Alcohol Market - Snapshot
Alcohol refers to the ingredient that is found in spirits, wine, and beer and its absorption leads to drunkenness. Alcohol is produced as a result of fermentation of sugars in various food done by yeasts. For instance, wine is produced from sugar found in grapes, cider is extracted out of the sugar found in apples, beer made from the sugar founded in malted barley and vodka from the sugar found in beets and potatoes.
Alcohol is classified as a ‘sedative hypnotic’ drug. It means that alcohol acts to slow down the central nervous system (CVS) at substantially high doses. At lower doses of alcohol, it induces feelings of talkativeness and euphoria and it acts like a stimulant. However, drinking of too much of alcohol at one go often leads to respiratory problems, drowsiness, or even death.
Use of Ethanol as a Fuel Bolsters its Demand in the Market
Some of the uses of alcohol are mentioned as below
- Used as a fuel
- Used as an ingredient in various alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine
- Used as a solvent
- Used to produce methylated spirit (meth)
Two of the best-known alcohols are methanol or methyl alcohol and ethanol. Ethanol is considered one of the most popular type of alcohol in the world. The burgeoning demand for ethanol has exceeded 100 billion liters, out of which over 80% of the total ethanol are utilized as fuel. Ethanol is regarded as a renewable source of fuel. It is also considered as a potential replacement for gasoline. The wide acceptance of ethanol as a fuel acts a stimulant for the increased demand for ethanol, which is likely to drive the global alcohol market. The demand for ethanol fuel is especially high in countries like Brazil, Europe, and the US. The global alcohol market is expected that pick up in pace in Asia Pacific also.
Ethanol also finds use in many applications such as cosmetics, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals, and in various industrial applications, which is likely to support growth of the global alcohol market in the years to come.
Compounds having at least one hydroxyl (-OH) group attached to a single bonded alkane is referred to as alcohol. There are numerous types of alcohol being used in varied applications across industries. Some of the popular types of alcohol are ethanol, methanol, butanol, pentanol, ethylene glycol, sorbitol and xylitol among many others. The market for alcohol is vast and it is used in many applications, the most common being in alcoholic beverages, as solvents, fuel, preservatives, antifreeze and antiseptics. Alcohol can be produced by a variety of methods including oxo processes, hydration reactions and through biological fermentation.
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