Any smell in urine denote infection. See the resource for urinary tract infection symptoms in which strong smelling urine has been mentioned;
So getting a urine test would be prudent. If there is an infection, your physician may send it for the culture and will prescribe you the antibiotics. You can increase your fluid and water intake meanwhile to 85-90 oz. If this helps in eliminating the smell, you can pursue with this. The other causes can be;
1) very concentrated urine; when one drinks less water, sweat a lot, or is dehydrated. Alcohol makes one dehydrated, so if you take any, may decrease the amount.
2) eatables like garlic or other strong odor products can give smell to urine.
3) medications, supplements, herbs.
Read this resource also about urine odor;
If you have a family history of diabetes; getting glucose tolerance test and glycosylated hemoglobin would also be necessary to eliminate the possibility.
Please feel free for your follow up questions.