Alcohol can freeze but they must get colder than plain water.
Pure ethanol freezes at -114C (-173F). This is colder than any naturally occurring temperature on Earth.
The freezing point of alcoholic beverages depends on the amount of ethanol present. Their freezing point is somewhere between the freezing point of water 0C (32F) and ethanol -114C (173F). One that is mostly water (hard cider) will freeze much easier than one that is mostly ethanol (190 proof Everclear). A bottle of beer left in a freezer will break if left too long.
The reason different substances have different freezing points has to do with the bonds and the forces between the molecules. Alcohol just freezes at a lower temperature.
Some alcohol will! I have witnessed it. Malibu Rum froze and we were all mad cuz we couldn't drink it.
Alcohol has a lower freezing point, and I'm pretty sure our freezers don't get cold enough to do so.
because its meant be drunk
ohh okayy just wondering