A new product, called Palcohol, allows people to get drunk off powdered alcohol. How can you make alcohol into a powdered form, and is it safe to consume? Laci discusses the history of powdered alcohol, how it works, and when you might see this product in a liquor store near you.
Palcohol Official Website
Powdered alcohol approval was an error
“A product called ‘Palcohol’ gained widespread attention online in recent days after it was reported that the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved the powdered alcohol, including vodka and rum varieties.”
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“Last week, the US Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved Palcohol, a powdered alcohol product that you can either use to turn water into a presumably not-that-delicious marg or to snort if you don’t care too much about your brain cells.”
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“Over the last couple of days you might’ve heard that a company called Palcohol has been cleared to market powdered alcohol in the United States.”
Preparation of an alcohol-containing powder
“Flowable powders having up to 60 percent ethyl alcohol content are prepared by the sorption of the alcohol with bulked, low dextrose equivalent dextrins.”
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