- 190 Proof Food Grade Ethanol (95% Ethyl Alcohol & 5% Water).
- Contains 0% Methanol.
- Distilled from 100% Corn.
Nondenatured Ethanol = No Additives.
- Safe for human consumption, but not permitted for beverage use by law.
- Federal Excise Tax is included. No surprise charges at checkout!
- Packaged in one (1) x 55 gallon drum.
- Drum is constructed from HDPE and is BPA free.
- Close head style drum with two (2) x 2-inch bungs, fits all standard 55 gallon drum accessories and attachments.
Shipping food grade ethanol direct to you.
Make your own bulk homemade hand sanitizer.
Ethyl alcohol is the ultimate alcohol for making your own natural hand sanitizer. View our suggested recipe and blog post here: Make your own hand sanitizer in 2 easy steps.
Make your own bulk surface disinfectant.
Powerful to kill germs and viruses yet safe to use on many common surfaces including desktops, counter tops, doorknobs, access keypads, personal electronic devices and screens, the list goes on. Does ethyl alcohol kill germs, viruses, and bacteria? Make your own 80% ABV surface disinfectant [Recipe]. Make your own 70% alcohol solution [Recipe].
Why choose Culinary Solvent's bulk 190 proof food grade ethanol?
Whether you are a professional processor, or at home DIY specialist, Culinary Solvent 190 proof alcohol is designed for making quality food safe tinctures, botanical extracts, hemp extractions and concentrated oils, vanilla extracts, shellacked baked goods, and perfumery. Compare purity, quality, and % ABV to popular spirit alternatives including Everclear 190 proof, Everclear 151 proof, or Spirytus 192 proof. Culinary Solvent's consistent purity, fast delivery options, and 95% ABV is the best value hands down.
Do we ship to your state?
We ship to most states in the USA including Maine, California, Florida, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Some other states have permits, checkout Can we ship to your state? for more information.
California Nonvolatile Solvent.
California Code of Regulations Title 17 classifies Culinary Solvent as a safe "Nonvolatile Solvent", fully meeting the requirements for California Level 1 Manufacturers (M1 license).