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Monthly Wholesale Trade: Sales and Inventories December 2002

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

... decreased 4.6 percent. Among nondurable goods, sales of beer, wine, and distilled beverages increased 4.6 percent from November and sales of petrol... ... 4.6 percent. Among nondurable goods, sales of beer, wine, and distilled beverages increased 4.6 percent from November and sales of petroleum and pe...

... petroleum, decreased 5.3 percent and sales of furniture and home furnishings decreased 4.6 percent. Among nondurable goods, sales of beer, wine, and distilled beverages increased 4.6 percent from November and sales of petroleum and petroleum products increased 2.1 percent....

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Beverages de Luxe

By: Washburne, George R. Bromer, Stanley, Joint Editor

... agitation against the traffic that legiti- mately supplies the demand for beverages, but the increased use of such beverages, which use is still grow... ...f over-indulgence, demonstrates that more and more of our people are using beverages moderately and properly as they are intended to be used, and, the... ... on a very small scale, and in a crude, jn'imitive way, but, as the liquor distilled in this way, from corn, in the early days of Kentucky, became mor... ...s borders. The high reputation of Kentucky Bourbon whisky among the finest beverages of the world is jealously regarded, and has been well earned, for... ... is called, is allowed to ferment for seventy-two hours, after which it is distilled. This distillate is called Moutwyn, and is later re-di.s- tilled ... ..., there has been an in- crease of about 125 per cent, in the production of distilled spirits in general, there has been practically no increase in the... ...erent kinds that ai'e |)r(i(luced in France, but. as already stated, other beverages made from wine have added to the greatness of the industry in thi... ...r the term of Cognac. This name was applied because most of the Brandy was distilled in the city of Cognac, in the Heijartment of Charente, but, contr... ... of Charente, but, contrary to .some pojudar belief, Cognac Itrandy is not distilled from the sparkling wine known as Champagne, but is made from the ...

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Distilled beverage

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... A display of various distilled beverages in a supermarket A... ... A display of various distilled beverages in a supermarket A distilled... ...istilled beverages in a supermarket A distilled beverage, spirit, liquor, or hard liquor is an alcoholic beverage... ...rtion of alcohol content (commonly known as alcohol by volume, ABV).[1] As distilled beverages contain more alcohol they are considered "harder" – in ... ...lcohol content (commonly known as alcohol by volume, ABV).[1] As distilled beverages contain more alcohol they are considered "harder" – in North Amer... ...d "harder" – in North America, the term hard liquor is used to distinguish distilled beverages from undistilled ones, which are implicitly weaker. ... ... – in North America, the term hard liquor is used to distinguish distilled beverages from undistilled ones, which are implicitly weaker. ... ... implicitly weaker. As examples, this does not include beverages such as beer, wine, and cider, as they are fermented but not dist... ...ude beverages such as beer, wine, and cider, as they are fermented but not distilled. These all have relatively low alcohol content, typically less th...

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Beverages and Their Adulteration, Origin, Composition, Manufacture, Natural, Artificial, Fermented, Distilled, Alkaloidal and Fruit Juices

By: Wiley, Harvey Washington, 1844-1930

... THEIR ADULTERATION by HARVEY W. WILEY BEVERAGES AND THEIR ADULTERATION; W|l!UEjY BY THE SAME AUTHOR FOODS AND ... ...- - CLOTH, $4.00 P. BLAKISTON'S SON & CO., PUBLISHERS PHILADELPHIA \ 11 / w BEVERAGES AND THEIR ADULTERATION ORIGIN, COMPOSITION, MANUFACTURE, NATURA... ...ULTERATION ORIGIN, COMPOSITION, MANUFACTURE, NATURAL, ARTIFICIAL, FERMENTED, DISTILLED, ALKALOIDAL AND FRUIT JUICES BY HARVEY W. WILEY, M.D., AUTHOR O... ...ates for ratification, many have sug- gested that a description of alcoholic beverages may be out of place. Just the contrary is the case. The America... ...omposition and geographical dis- tribution of the various forms of alcoholic beverages, both fer- mented and distilled. The rapidly increasing use of ... ... tribution of the various forms of alcoholic beverages, both fer- mented and distilled. The rapidly increasing use of fruit juices demands a promi- ne... ...ties of description, viii. PART I. WATERS 1-65 Pure water, i; Rain water, 2; Distilled water, 3; Mineral waters, 3-5; Hard water, 5-7; Irrigation wate... ...e, 272-273; Kefir, 273-274. TABLE OF CONTENTS IX PAGE PART X. WHISKY 275-33 Distilled alcoholic beverages, 275; What is whisky? 376; Origin of term, ... ...added. Among these in the first rank are all alcoholic beverages, especially distilled. In addition to these, coffee and tea as well as wine and beer ...

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Beer, Liquor, or a Little Bit of Both? Getting to the Bottom of Properly Classifying Flavored Malt Beverages in the United States and Australia

By: Schivera; Bryan A.;

...Beer, Liquor, or a Little Bit of Both? Getting to the Bottom of Properly Classifying Flavored Malt Beverages in the United States and Australia by Schivera; Bryan A.; published by Digital Commons @ Georgia Law on 2014-09-08T17:40:45Z...

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Chinese alcoholic beverages

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... Chinese distilled beverages ... ... Chinese distilled beverages ... ... Pages in category "Chinese alcoholic beverages" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. ... ... Chinese Liquor Making Sites Chinese alcoholic beverages C cont. ... ... Chinese distilled beverages ... ... Chinese distilled beverages ... ... Pages in category "Chinese alcoholic beverages" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. ...

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1001 Tests of Foods, Beverages and Toilet Accessories, Good and Otherwise; Why They Are So

By: Wiley, Harvey Washington, 1844-1930; Pierce, Anne

... Public Library.org AND TOILET ACCESSORIES Title: 1001 TESTS OF FOODS, BEVERAGES AND TOILET ACCESSORIES Author: HARVEY W. WILEY Language: Englis... ...... ... Work Tried in the balance and found ? REVISED EDITION 1001 Tests of Foods, Beverages and Toilet Accessories, Good and Otherwise Why They Are So By H... ...y to Method of Rating Products .... xxviii Classified Lists of Tested Foods, Beverages and Cos- metics, with Comments — I Baking Powders, Yeasts, Etc.... ...oat, bronchitis, etc.," are not warranted in any way.) 24 1001 TESTS Hygeia Distilled Water Campany, New York, N. Y. * Hywaco Ginger Ale. * Lemon Sod... ... Boston, Mass. * Tally-Ho Ginger Ale. (D) Tally-Ho Sarsaparilla. {See Hygeia Distilled Water Company, N. Y., Hywaco Sarsaparilla for comments.) Purita... ... quality, having a finer flavor, the malt, sugar and glucose products or the distilled vine- gars made from grains, if they are properly labeled and h... ...r and delicacy. There is no reason why the cheaper vinegars, such as spirit, distilled or grain vinegar, should not be used for pickling and in mixtur... ...and bunions.'*) Pond's Extract Company, New York, N. Y. (N) Pond's Extract. {Distilled extract of witch hazel; slightly exaggerated claims, though it ...

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Alcohol, Hygiene and Legislation

By: Edward Huntington Williams

... effect of spirituous liquor upon races accustomed to the milder fermented beverages, who are driven to maniacal excitement even by rela­ tively sm... ... very great difference in the effects on physical structures of the various beverages contain­ ing alcohol. If our theory of immunity is correct we ... ...rdent spirits contain a far higher percentage of alcohol than the fermented beverages; but undoubtedly quality, as well 88 quantity, is an importan... ...y; but that "ill-advised ordinances" which resulted in the introduction of distilled spirits were rapidly changing the situation. In all prob­ abil... ...r than heretofore. But the Italians who are relatively jmmune to the older beverages are not 80 to the newer forms. INEBRIETY A DISEASE Many of us... ... Thus the edicts of certain governments against the sale and manufacture of distilled liquors emphasize the belief among physi­ cians that the effec... ...rring nations issuing sweeping edicts against the sale and manu­ facture of distilled liquors, thus emphasizing the deleterious effects of concentra... ...increase appears to have been much greater in the consumption of the potent distilled liquors than in the lighter beverages. Thus the reports of th... ...65,324,- 876 barrels. During this same period, how­ ever, the consumption of distilled. spirits increased from 60,635,356 gallons (in 1896) to 143,2...

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List of alcoholic beverages

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...This is a list of alcoholic beverages. An alcoholic beverage is a drink containing ethanol, commonly kn... ...verage is a drink containing ethanol, commonly known as alcohol. Alcoholic beverages are divided into three general classes: beers, wines, and spirits... ...ages are divided into three general classes: beers, wines, and spirits (or distilled beverage). They are legally consumed in most countries, and over ... ... Contents Beverages by raw material 1 Fermented bevera... ... Fermented beverages 2 Distilled beverages 3 See also 4 ... ... Fermented beverages 2 Distilled beverages 3 See also 4 ... ... Name of fermented beverage Name of distilled beverage barley ... ... Name of fermented beverage Name of distilled beverage grapes ... ... Name of fermented beverage Name of distilled beverage cassava ...

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Beverages

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

...conomic/ mc92i/ 20h/ 01cvr Census of Manufactures MC92-I-20H INDUSTRY SERIES Beverages Industries 2082, 2083, 2084, 2085, 2086, and 2087 U.S. Departme... ...conomic/ mc92i/ 20h/ 01cvr Census of Manufactures MC92-I-20H INDUSTRY SERIES Beverages Industries 2082, 2083, 2084, 2085, 2086, and 2087 U.S. Departme... ... 11/ 95 11:37:44 META:TIPS96-11373639.DAT;1 4/ 11/ 95 11:38:02 Contents Beverages [Page numbers listed here omit the prefix that appears as part ... ...ables C–1 Publication Program Inside back cover MANUFACTURES INDUSTRY SERIES BEVERAGES 20H–1 JOBNAME: No Job Name PAGE: 1 SESS: 4 OUTPUT: Tue Apr 1... ...le 2082 Malt Beverages 2083 Malt 2084 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 2085 Distilled and Blended Liquors 2086 Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks 2087 Fl... ...ents accounted for 7 percent of the total value of shipments. INDUSTRY 2085, DISTILLED AND BLENDED LIQUORS This industry is made up of establishments ... ... title also are the same. In the 1992 Census of Manufactures, Industry 2085, Distilled and Blended Liquors, had employment of 7.1 thousand. The employ... ...such as resales and contract receipts. Industry 2085 shipped $3.1 billion of distilled and blended liquors products considered primary to the industry... ...als, services, and fuels and energy used by establishments classified in the distilled and blended liquors industry amounted to $1.4 billion. Data on ...

...Contents Beverages [Page numbers listed here omit the prefix that appears as part of the number of each page] Page Introduction to the Economic Census III ............................................... Census of Manufactures V .........

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Alcohol, Hygiene and Legislation

By: Edward Huntington Williams

... effect of spirituous liquor upon races accustomed to the milder fermented beverages, who are driven to meni.",.l excitement even by rei' tively B... ... but that H ill-advised ordinances" which resulted. in the introduction of distilled spirita wee rapidly changing the situation. In all prof>.. ab... ...er than heretofore. But the H.aUans who are relatively immune to the older beverages are Dot 80 to the newer COlma. lNEBBlB'rt A DISBAS. Many of u... ...er eent. of the territory of the country it is forbidden to eel! alcoholic beverages in any form. And yet the average American Way drin.ks more li... ...difficult matter, however, to induce men to con6ne themselves to the milder beverages 88 a stepping-stone toward practical t.em­ perance reform, thu... ... Thus the edicts of certain governments against the sale and manufacture of distilled liquors emphasize the belief among pbym... cians that the eff... ...arring nationa j ninC sweeping edicts against the sale and mpnu­ facture of distilled liquol'8, thus empbeehdng the deleterious effects of concentra... ...increase appears to have been much gzeater in the consumption of the potent distilled liquors than in the lighter bevera.g: s. Thus the reporte of ... ...66,324,- 876 barrels. During .,bis Mme period, how­ ever, the consumption of distilled spirits inCies ed from 60,635,356 gallons (in 1896) to 143.22...

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List of Indian beverages

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... Indian beverages form an integral part of Indian cuisine. With a climate as varied... ... Contents 1 Indian beverages 1.1 Non-alcoholic ... ... 1.2 Alcoholic beverages 1.2.1 Tradi... ... 3 References Indian beverages Non-alcoholic Variant... ...ice Thandaai Alcoholic beverages Traditional ... ...l. There are government licensed counters to sell this beverage. This is a distilled country liquor. Chhaang – brewed with ba...

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The Beverages of the Chinese : Kung-Fu; Or, Tauist Medical Gymnastics; The Population of China; A Modern Chinese Anatomist; And a Chapter in Chinese Surgery

By: Dudgeon, John, 1837-1901

... (t'UNG-WEN-KUAN), PEKING. &c., &c., &c. TIENTSIN. The Tientsin Press. 1895. 7/^ THE BEVERAGES OV THE CiIlXE^^E. BY JOHN DUDGEON, m.u., cm, TEA. The... ... teapot spoils the tea." Some of our residents Imve adopted the practice of using only distilled water for all dietetic purposes. Such water, it is un... ... he says there 19 can be no doubt the term, in the ancient books, signifies ^'spirits distilled from rice," equal to our ''ardent spirits." The term ... ...nown at that time. The word tsicu is now used generically ; and, when the fermented or distilled product is meant, a qualifying adjective is added, su... ...definition of the jang tsieu, it is evident that a fermented liquor is intended, not a distilled one. Williams says that — '^Samshoo is the general na... ...s among foreigners in China are called samshoo, or Chinese wine. This wine is always a distilled liquor, a kind of whisky." From the above extracts, i... ...ew of the statement that opium as a stimulant in the East takes the place of alcoholic beverages in the West. This is a very favourite argument with p... ...t that much of the drinking, in which our people indulge, is owing to the aroma of the beverages, their great variety, mode of preparation and combina... ... Our social customs in the West have done much to foster the consumption of spirituous beverages. They lead up to and maintain much of our drinking. I...

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Food Review : December 1999: Annual Spotlight on the U.S. Food System

By: Rosanna Mentzer Morrison

...ng incomes on French wines, Canadian seafood, and other imported foods and beverages. Imports of processed foods grew 5.8 percent in 1998 to a record ... ...s have become conspic- uous consumers of sugar and sweet-tasting foods and beverages. Per capita consumption of caloric sweeteners (dry-weight basis)—... ...bout eating sugars in large amounts and about frequent snacks of foods and beverages containing sugars that supply unnecessary calories and few nutrie... ...es 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1997-98 Billion dollars Percent Total food and beverages 1 728.9 757.0 788.3 826.8 848.6 2.6 Total food (excluding alcohol... ...ains 49 separate food processing indus- tries, including fish and seafood, distilled liquors, animal feeds, pet food, and fats and oils. The pro- cess... ...orated milk 758 747 39.3 -1.5 Dried fruits and vegetables 704 671 4.2 -4.7 Distilled and blended spirits 691 544 .6 -21.3 Prepared animal feed 624 553... ...in 1996. However, malt beverage exports declined 19 percent in 1998, while distilled spirits exports decreased 21 percent. ... as Asian and European C... ...mport industries are all alcoholic beverages. Imports of wines and brandy, distilled spirits, and malt beverages into the United States grew by 10 per... ...nada, France, United Kingdom, Italy, the Netherlands, and Mexico. Wine and distilled spirits account for three-quarters of all processed food and beve...

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History of alcoholic beverages

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...1] Purposeful production of alcoholic beverages is common in many cultures and often reflects their cultural and ... ... Discovery of late Stone Age jugs suggest that intentionally fermented beverages existed at least as early as the Neolithic period (cir. 10,000 BC... ...n province of northern China revealed residue left behind by the alcoholic beverages they had once contained. According to a study published in the Pr... ...Use dmy dates from January 2011 History of alcoholic beverages Alcoholic beverages H... ... Distilled beverage ... ... Other distilled beverages ... ...   Distilled beverages by ingredients ... ...bsp; Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by ingredients ... ... Alcohol and Drugs History Society Distilled beverage (Includes history section) Drin...

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Chemical Examination of Alcoholic Liquors. A Manual of the Constituents of the Distilled Spirits and Fermented Liquors of Commerce, And Their Qualitative and Quantitative Determination

By: Prescott, Albert Benjamin, 1832-1905

...EMICAL EXAMINATION OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS. A MANUAL OF THE CONSTITUENTS OF THE DISTILLED SPIRITS AND FERMENTED LIQUORS OF COMMERCE, AND THEIR QUALITATIV... ...tance to society that all articles used as 4: PREFACE. foods, medicines, or beverages, be made subject to strict scientific examination by authority ... ...irit" of U. S, Custom, and of Great Britain 16 14. Chief constituents of the Distilled Liquors of commerce. . . 17 13. Fusel-oils, of what they consis... ...or brandy 23 22. Liqueurs or cordials : Absinthe 23 23. Alcoholic drinks not distilled 24 24. Must, constituents. Wine, constituents 24 25. Additions ... ...l non-volatile constituents or extract 69 91. Significance of a Residue from Distilled Spirits 70 92. Consistence of the substances in Residue from Wi... ...ne and Beer 70 93. Determination of the Sugar of the residue 70 94. Sugar in Distilled Spirits. Qualitative test. Cane Sugar. . 72 95. Estimation of S...

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Alcoholic Beverage Control Laws : Interim Report to the 1979 General Assembly of North Carolina, Second Session, 1980

By: North Carolina. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission. Committee on Alcoholic Beverage Control Laws

...obacco, and Firearms authorizing them to make ethanol. Whenever alcohol is distilled, for whatever purpose, the problem of consumption of part of the ... ...aission to Study the Control of Alcohol -B2- 2 House Joint Resolution 279 Beverages in North Carolina identified as the two basic requirements of any...

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Korean alcoholic beverages

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...Korean culture has a great variety of traditional alcoholic beverages, most of which are called by the Sino-Korean term ju ( hangul... ...rn, they named him Sul. The word sul (hangul: 술), referring to alcoholic beverages, came from a blending of the words "su" (hangul: 수; hanja: ) and ... ... of South Korea selected 86 varieties of traditionally brewed alcoholic beverages as cultural properties, with twelve types selected as Important ... ...op has historically been rice, and thus most Korean traditional alcoholic beverages have been made from rice, of both the glutinous and non-glutino... ...e wine s. There are six main types of Korean alcoholic beverages: yakju, distilled liquors (including soju ), takju, fruit wines, flower wines, an... ... including beopju , which is brewed in the ancient city of Gyeongju . Distilled liquors Korean distilled liquors include goryangju (hangul: 고량... ...Intangible Cultural Property Number 86-1. Munbaeju is a traditional aged distilled liquor made of malted millet, sorghum, wheat, rice, and nuruk... ...28, 2009 Soju Soju (hangul: 소주; hanja: ), a clear, slightly sweet distilled spirit, is by far the most popular Korean liquor. It is made from... ...proof (20% alc. by volume). There is a version with top notch ingredients distilled using traditional methods that hails from the city of Andong that...

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Foods and Beverages

By: E. A. Beal

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: FOODS AND BEVERAGES Author: E. A. BEAL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literatur... ..... . . ~ ..I •• ~ '" .' . . INFORMATION READERS NUMBER I. FOODS AND BEVERAGES • BY E. A. BEAL, M.D. t • , BOSTON BOSTON SCHOOL SUPPLY COM... ...~ " . . . ~ '" . : ".. . , ... ~""" "". ... • •• , ~r ... FOODS AND BEVERAGES. LESSON I. The First Farming-Tool. ALL through life we need fo... ...el; these cut and raise a strip of land, termed the furrow- 14 FOODS AND BEVERAGES. slice; the Mold-Board, which turns over the fur­ row slice; the... ...e, that a steam-plow is pulled across the field by a wire 16 FOODS AlfD BEVERAGES. rope. Of course the power that moves the plow is applied to th... ... hundred gallons of the purest milk, eighty­ six gallons of water could be distilled. On account of the tendency of milk to sour, men were compelled...

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Food Review : February 1998: Annual Spotlight on the U.S. Food System

By: Rosanna Mentzer Morrison

...s Fruits and vegetables Flour and cereal products Poultry Cheese Alcoholic beverages All carbonated soft drinks Caloric sweeteners 1 1 Note: Includ... ...’s syrups, and caloric sweeteners added to commercially prepared foods and beverages. 10 Per capita estimates use resident population ages 18 years an... ...nts, alcoholic bev erages (or the grains and sugar used to make alcoholic beverages), bak ing powder, yeast, and certain vita mins and minerals use... ... have become conspicu ous consumers of sugar and sweet tasting foods and beverages. Per capita consumption of caloric sweet eners (dry weight basis... ...es 101 130 162 183 Sugars and sweets 25 30 36 44 Fats and oils 22 27 30 37 Beverages 61 73 82 95 Miscellaneous foods 58 93 130 149 Food away from home... ...etables 804 823 15.3 2.4 Flavoring, extracts, and syrups 681 787 6.5 15.6 Distilled and blended liquors 744 687 22.9 7.6 Dried fruits, vegetables, a... ...ude fresh/frozen fish, malt bev erages, frozen fruits and vegetables, and distilled liquors. Thailand, France, and Italy are also billion dol lar im... ...03 1,731 11.5 15.1 Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits 1,402 1,724 10.6 23.0 Distilled and blended liquors 1,550 1,714 5.1 10.6 Chocolate and cocoa prod...

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Alcoholic beverage

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...A selection of various kinds of alcoholic beverages. ... ... The interior of a liquor store in the United States. The global alcoholic beverages industry is expected to exceed $1 trillion in 2014. ... ...e is a drink that typically contains 3% – 40% alcohol (ethanol). Alcoholic beverages are divided into three classes: beers, wines, and spirits (distil... ...holic beverages are divided into three classes: beers, wines, and spirits (distilled beverages). They are legally consumed in most countries around th... ...rages are divided into three classes: beers, wines, and spirits (distilled beverages). They are legally consumed in most countries around the world. M... ... 1.3 Cider 2 Distilled beverages 3 Apéritifs and digestif... ...is made from barley or a blend of several grains. If the fermented mash is distilled, then the beverage is a spirit. Beer is the most consumed alcohol... ... In some regions, cider may be called "apple wine".[7] Distilled beverages ... ...l will readily catch fire and burn. A distilled beverage, spirit, or liquor is an alcoholic beverage produced by ...

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Bacteriological Methods in Food and Drugs Laboratories : With an Introduction to Micro-Analytical Methods

By: Schneider, Albert, 1863-1928

.... The Microscopical and Bacteriological Examination of Fermented Foods and Beverages 210 22. Standardization of Disinfectants 230 23. Determining the ... ...eparations, noodles, etc. 18. Nuts and nut-like fruits and seeds, etc. 19. Beverages of all kinds, liquids generally. 20. Pharmaceuticals of all kinds... ...d is to dissolve (with heat) about lo grams of the substance in 200 cc. of distilled water and centrifugalize (while still hot) for half an hour. Deca... ...e from diatoms, undissolved agar cells and algal parasites. The reason why distilled water should be used in making the solution for centrifugalizing ... ...cream; ice cream, liquid pharmaceuti- cals and medicamenta, oils, catsups, beverages of all kinds, all semisolids such as pastes, jams, jellies, etc.,... ...ain comparatively few micro-organisms, as drinking waters, mineral waters, beverages generally, tinctures, fluid ex- ' In the case of milk, the centri... ...organ- isms clinging to the sides of the tube with not more than 10 cc. of distilled water which has been filtered and boiled. Place thumb over the op... ...roughly mixed contents into a sterile cylindrical graduate and add sterile distilled and filtered water up to the 10 cc. mark, shake thoroughly and ma... ...tness for human consumption. In case of liquids and near liquids, 9 cc. of distilled water is added to i cc. of the substance, and in the case of past...

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Low-alcohol beer

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...there are some low-alcohol ales. In the United States, beverages containing less than 0.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) were legally ca... ...iewicz. President Wilson had proposed limiting the alcohol content in malt beverages to 2.75% in 1917 in an effort to appease avid prohibitionists. In... ...tead Act, which limited the alcohol content of any beverage to 0.5%. These beverages became known as tonics, and many breweries began brewing these ex... ...nics, and many breweries began brewing these extremely low alcohol content beverages in order to keep from going out of business during Prohibition. S... ... negating the federal government's power to regulate the sale of alcoholic beverages, though states retained the power to regulate.[10] ... ...ohol and water (and a few volatile acids) can pass through. The alcohol is distilled out of the alcohol-water mix using conventional distillation meth...

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Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar

By: Department of Commerce

... Notes 1. This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); ... ...es centigrade. 3. For the purposes of heading 2202, the term "nonalcoholic beverages" means beverages of an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding... ... an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding 0.5 percent vol. Alcoholic beverages are classified in headings 2203 to 2206 or heading 2208 as approp... ...added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavored, and other nonalcoholic beverages, not including fruit or vegetable juices of heading 2009: 2202.10... ................................................. liters 2206 Other fermented beverages (for example, cider, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverage... ...r, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverages and mixtures of fermented beverages and non-alcoholic beverages, not elsewhere specified or included:...

...Excerpt: This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); (c). Acetic acid of a concentration exceeding 10 percent by weight of acetic acid (heading 2915); (d). Medicaments of heading 3003 or 3004; or (e). Pe...

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Food Review : July 1999: 1998 Annual Spotlight on the U.S. Food System

By: Rosanna Mentzer Morrison

...5 50 Canned sauerkraut lb 2.2 1.1 50 Total cottage cheese lb 4.7 2.7 43 Distilled spirits gal 2.0 1.2 37 Dehydrated onions lb 1.3 .9 31 Cane and ... ...0 Total Vegetables Fruit 02 04 06 08 01 0 0 All items All food Nonalcholic beverages Dairy products Fats and oils Meat, poultry, fish Eggs Sugar and s... ...ta use of flour and cereal products—excluding quantities used in alcoholic beverages and fuel—reached 200 pounds in 1997 from an annual average of 145... ...es 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1996 97 Billion dollars Percent Total food and beverages 1 693.5 723.9 750.2 779.2 809.4 3.9 Total food (excluding alcohol... ....3 291.4 4.0 Supplied and donated 2 25.7 26.5 27.2 27.9 28.8 3.2 Alcoholic beverages 82.9 85.1 87.2 90.9 94.5 4.0 Packaged 46.0 47.6 48.2 50.1 51.9 3.... ... 20 contains 49 food p rocessing indus tries, including fish and seafood, distilled liquors, and pet food. Processed food imports continued to g row ... ...porated milk 544 758 8.5 39.3 Dried fruits and vegetables 675 704 3.7 4.2 Distilled and blended spirits 687 691 7.6 .6 Prepared animal feed 593 624 ... ...es constitute one of the largest U.S. import sectors. Wine (ranked third), distilled spirits (ranked fifth with imports of $1.8 billion), plus malt be... ...ts 1,724 2,031 23.0 17.8 Canned fruits and vegetables 1,731 1,799 15.1 3.9 Distilled and blended spirits 1,714 1,764 10.6 2.9 Vegetable oil milling 1,...

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Alcohol advertising

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...l consumption and, to the extent possible, from the promotion of alcoholic beverages". Cross-border television advertising within the European Unio... ...ed specifically at minors or, in particular, depict minors consuming these beverages; it shall not link the consumption of alcohol to enhanced physica... ...lace emphasis on high alcoholic content as being a positive quality of the beverages." This article on alcohol advertising restrictions is implemente... .../code.htm Additionally, consumers typically don't see people consuming the beverages being advertised. Asia In Malaysia, alcohol advertising on r... ...r alcohol are generally forbidden. However, advertisement is permitted for beverages identified as "class 1" or " light beer ." Other beverages, such ... ...e in alcohol advertising and forfeits all alcohol monies and bonuses. For distilled spirits, teams must run a responsible drinking sticker clearly vi... ...go, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1994. Pp. 132–135, p. 133. * "" at the Distilled Spirits Industry Council of Australia Inc. site "" at the Distill...

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Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar

By: Department of Commerce

... Notes 1. This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); ... ...es centigrade. 3. For the purposes of heading 2202, the term "nonalcoholic beverages" means beverages of an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding... ... an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding 0.5 percent vol. Alcoholic beverages are classified in headings 2203 to 2206 or heading 2208 as approp... ...added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavored, and other nonalcoholic beverages, not including fruit or vegetable juices of heading 2009: 2202.10... ................................................. liters 2206 Other fermented beverages (for example, cider, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverage... ...r, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverages and mixtures of fermented beverages and non-alcoholic beverages, not elsewhere specified or included:...

...Summary: This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); (c). Acetic acid of a concentration exceeding 10 percent by weight of acetic acid (heading 2915); (d). Medicaments of heading 3003 or 3004; or (e). Pe...

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Practical Economics; A Collection of Essays Respecting Certain of the Recent Economic Experiences of the United States

By: Wells, David Ames, 1828-1898

...Science Association ; and the fourth chapter of " Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits," which was written specially for this volume, and has ne... ...while in respect to the ex- perience of the United States in the taxing of distilled spirits, it is safe to affirm that nothing similar, viewed from a... ...tive Pauper-Labor" Argument for Protection . .133 Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits. 1 152 Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits. II 176... ...ur Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits. II 176 Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits. Ill 194 Our Experience in Taxing Distilled Spirits. IV 2... ...resenting a comparatively large amount of labor. OUR EXPERIENCE IN TAXING DISTILLED SPIRITS. 1 I. HP*HE term " political economy" has had many, and t... ...consumption per capita in Great Britain at different periods of thevarious beverages which are there made subject to taxation is shown in the followin...

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Wash (distilling)

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Fermented Alcohol Beverages, Malt Liquors, Wine and Cider

By: Crampton, Charles Albert

...ollection World Public Library.org PART 3 Title: FERMENTED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, PART 3 Author: C. A. CRAMPTON Language: English Subject: Fict... ...IRECTION OF THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. PART THIRD: FERMENTED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, MALT LIQUORS, WINE, AND CIDER. BY C. A. CRAMPTON, ASSISTANT CH... ..., UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA [BULLETIN No. 13.] *= .. PART 3.-FERMENTED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. U. S. DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE, Washin... ...ase, as is also the amountconsumed in proportion to other kinds of alcoholic beverages. The following tables are taken from recent statistics, compile... ...artment, from figures obtainedfrom official sources: 1 Annual consumption of distilled and malt liquors and wines in the United States and the average... ...e. Tear ending June 30 268 FOOD AND FOOD ADULTERANTS. Annual consumption of distilled and malt liquors and wines, #c. Continued. Yeai ending June 30 ... ... appears that while the United States quite holds her own in the quantity of distilled liquors consumed, she is still far behind the other great natio... ...population in the United Slates, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, of distilled spirits, wines, and malt liquors dur- ing each yearfrom 1881 to... ...t experiment tobe rational, for it is found that when barley is steeped with distilled water, a very putrescible liquor is obtained charged with album...

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Lycoming College Magazine : Vol. 16 Part 3

By: Lycoming College

...ld a Habitat House in Williamsport." The use or evidence of the use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited while a student is in residence. A student is... ...m the college or other disciplinary action; * The possession or use of alcoholic beverages inside a college building or on Chris Miller, national exec... ..., . I Through U JJ U J the Years college property, including the storage of such beverages in automobiles. The use of alcohol by women, regardless of ... ...onage of parents. The rental and/or u.se of non-college facilities where alcohol beverages are present. This includes party rooms, cabin parties and p... ...now and observe the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania regarding alcoholic beverages. Lycoming College recog- nizes that each person makes his (... ... of beer, or a four-pack of wine coolers, or one liter of wine, or one pint of a distilled beverage per resident may be contained in the residence hal...

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Pisco

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Section IV - Chapter 22 Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar

By: Department of Commerce

... Notes 1. This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); ... ...es centigrade. 3. For the purposes of heading 2202, the term "nonalcoholic beverages" means beverages of an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding... ... an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding 0.5 percent vol. Alcoholic beverages are classified in headings 2203 to 2206 or heading 2208 as approp... ...added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavored, and other nonalcoholic beverages, not including fruit or vegetable juices of heading 2009: 2202.10... ................................................. liters 2206 Other fermented beverages (for example, cider, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverage... ...r, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverages and mixtures of fermented beverages and non-alcoholic beverages, not elsewhere specified or included:...

...Excerpt: This chapter does not cover: (a). Sea water (heading 2501); (b). Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2851); (c). Acetic acid of a concentration exceeding 10 percent by weight of acetic acid (heading 2915); (d). Medicaments of heading 3003 or 3004; or (e). Pe...

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Grocers' Goods : A Family Guide to the Purchase of Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Canned Goods, Cigars, Wines, And All Other Articles Usually Found in American Grocery Stores

By: Goddard, Frederick Bartlett, 1834

... 16 Cucumbers 47 Currants 45-49 Curry Po-^vders 41 Dates 50 Disinfectants 58 Distilled Liquors 63 Dried Fruits 48 Eggs 33 Egg Plant 48 Essences 39 Ext... ...ly with current adulterations of dairy products, spices, etc., and fermented beverages. These reports, made under direction of the Commissioner of Agr... ...zenges, white, red and assorted ; rock candies, etc. A FAMILY GUroE. FAMILY BEVERAGES. TEA. This staple necessity of modern life is now consumed by m... ...keep for the family use of their customers a full line of choice wines, malt beverages, and distilled liquors. This work would therefore be incomplete... ...mily use of their customers a full line of choice wines, malt beverages, and distilled liquors. This work would therefore be incomplete without refere... ...often as champagne. DISTIL.l.e:i> liquors. The disagreeable taste of freshly distilled ardent spirits is due to the presence of fusil oiland otherempy... ...r and above that of the alcohol which holds them in solution. Spirits can be distilled from any vegetable matter which will yield alcohol, yet many su... ...t develops a flavor somewhat similar to that of vanilla. Whiskey is a spirit distilled either from fermented malt, rye, barley, oats, wheat or corn. T...

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Kihnu Mark

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How to Mix Drinks. Bar Keepers' Handbook

By: Winter, George

... excellent ; free from Catawba and pronounced flav- ors. Dry, delicate, no distilled spirits added, and containing but 10 per cent, of strength: its q... ...ARD Bottling Co. Sarsaparilla. S1ANDARD Bottling Co. Cider. Our Carbonated Beverages are enjoying awide reputation, as in point of purity and general ...

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How Many Bottles Make a Case against Prohibition Online Wine and Virginias Direct Shipment

By: Alan E. Wiseman

...ttp://www.ftc.gov/opp/ecommerce/anticompetitive/index.htm. 4 alcoholic beverages to Virginia residents by out-of -state vendors, but permitted dir... ...ests and retail interests in the production and distribution of alcoholic beverages in order to prevent suppliers from dominating local markets thro... ...dy were gathered. 4 The principal exception occurs when states that sell distilled spirits through state-owned liquor stores also choose to perform... ...istillers. 5 integration and to prevent excessive sales of alcoholic beverages caused by overly aggressive marketing techniques. (VA Code Sec. ... ...ate, in their personal possession, one gallon or four liters of alcoholic beverages “not for resale,” and new residents can bring in a “reasonable qu... ...sale,” and new residents can bring in a “reasonable quantity” of alcoholic beverages “not for resale” as part of their household goods. (VA Code Sec....

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Bols

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... Lucas Bols, a Dutch manufacturer and distributor of distilled beverages Bols (brand), a bra... ... Lucas Bols, a Dutch manufacturer and distributor of distilled beverages Bols (brand), a brand name us...

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Drinks of the World

By: Mew, James, B. 1837; Ashton, John, B. 1834

...rink, rather vapid ; and Man, as he became civilized, has made himself other beverages, more or less tasty, and provocative of excess, and also more o... ...duced as possible. In deference to a maxim not always remembered in books on beverages, " De gustibus non est disputandum" or its English equiva- lent... ... perhaps a sort of Gruyere, and flour./ The most popular of these com- pound beverages was the olvo^eXi 1 (mulsuni), or honey wine, said by Pliny (xiv... ...g, pure, and shining liquor, Which the bees provide, but do not enjoy ; Mead distilled, I praise ; its eulogy is everywhere Precious to the creature w... ...rry whiskies. The flowers of meadow-sweet (Spirtza ulmarid) yield a fragrant distilled water, which is said to be used by wine merchants to improve th... ...ears without the addition of alcohol. The Oporto merchants use a pure spirit distilled from the wine itself. The old Port which we prize so highly and... ...ugust example. This great philosopher speaks of cider and perry as " notable beverages on sea-voyages." The cider of his day did not, he says, sour by... ...acidity, which, however, is greatly remedied by rectification. Much cider is distilled in Normandy, and sent to this country under the name of arrack,... ...he word by which we now know the spirit, or ethereal part, of wine. Alcohol, distilled from wine, is first reliably men- tioned by a celebrated French...

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Description of Administration Revenue Proposals, Expiring Tax Provisions, Estate Tax Deduction for Esops, And Estimated Tax Proposal : Scheduled for Markup by the House Committee on Ways and Means on October 1, 1987 : Jcx-12-87

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means; United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Taxation

...rearms licensing fees; imposition of fees for permits to produce alcoholic beverages, to engage in certain industrial uses of alcohol, and to procure ... ... of alcohol, and to procure or use certain tax-free or specially denatured distilled spirits; and imposition of licensing fees for occupations present... ... (brewers) and $500 per year (firearms) to $1,000 per year and extended to distilled spirits plants, wineries, and tobacco manufacturers. A reduced ra...

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Xifengjiu

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... Alcoholic beverages ... ... History of alcoholic beverages ... ...   Alcoholic beverages ... ... Other fermented beverages ... ... Distilled beverage ... ... Other distilled beverages ... ...   Distilled beverages by ingredients ... ...bsp; Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by ingredients ... ... All articles with peacock terms Chinese distilled beverages Baijiu Shaa...

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On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon; 500 Recipes for Delicious Drinks, Which Can Be Made at Home

By: Moore, Helen Watkeys

...esome drinks, free from the alcoholic taint. In addition to the well-known beverages, such as tea, coffee, milk, and lemonades, there are many familia... ...rry Syrup No. 2 Soak eight ounces of wild cherry bark in one quart of cold distilled water for forty-eight hours. Strain, and add one pound of granula...

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Fas Public Interest Report Journal of the Federation of American Scientists (Fas)

By: Robert M. Solow

...Sig. With international comerce in drugs, ever higher ptency of ever more “distilled” drugs or even synthetic drugs, and with cultires that favor indi... ...cessful. And this is Dr. DuPont’s theme. He also be- lieves that alcoholic beverages and marijuana teach adoles- cents the pleasures of getting “high,... ...sed harm that drinking does to socie- ty. Individuals purchasing alcoholic beverages should be required to have a license, which could, of course, be ... ... the U. S., since nations that were living models for legalizing alcoholic beverages could then be found. Strength of Consensus Much Greater: The cons...

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Golden Grain Alcohol

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...n cannot remove any of the remaining water), 191-proof is the maximum proof that is available from the distilled beverage industry. As Golden Grain Al... ...lear. See also Alcohol proof Distilled beverage Eve... ...in Alcohol Categories American distilled beverages Brand... ... Categories American distilled beverages Brand name alco... ... Neutral grain spirits All stub articles Distilled beverage stubs ...

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Drinks of the World

By: Mew, James, B. 1837; Ashton, John, B. 1834

...rink, rather vapid ; and Man, as he became civilized, has made himself other beverages, more or less tasty, and provocative of excess, and also more o... ...duced as possible. In deference to a maxim not always remembered in books on beverages, " De gustibus non est dispiitandum" or its English equiva- len... ..., perhaps a sort of Gruyere, and flour. The most popular of these com- pound beverages was the otw>jueX* J (mulsum), or honey wine, said by Pliny (xiv... ...g, pure, and shining liquor, Which the bees provide, but do not enjoy ; Mead distilled, I praise ; its eulogy is everywhere Precious to the creature w... ...rry whiskies. The flowers of meadow-sweet (Spirtza ulmaria) yield a fragrant distilled water, which is said to be used by wine merchants to improve th... ...ears without the addition of alcohol. The Oporto merchants use a pure spirit distilled from the wine itself. The old Port which we prize so highly and... ...ugust example. This great philosopher speaks of cider and perry as " notable beverages on sea- voyages." The cider of his day did not, he says, sour b... ...acidity, which, however, is greatly remedied by rectification. Much cider is distilled in Normandy, and sent to this country under the name of arrack,... ...he word by which we now know the spirit, or ethereal part, of wine. Alcohol, distilled from wine, is first reliably men- tioned by a celebrated French...

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Journal of Bacteriology; Vol. 7 1922

By: American Society for Microbiology; Winslow, Charles Edward Amory, 1877-1957

...r 85 Viability of the Colon-Typhoid Group in Carbonated Water and Carbonated Beverages. S. A. Koser and W. \V. Skinner Ill A Binocular Microscope Arra... ...er. Viability of the Colon-Typhoid Group in arbo- nated Water and Carbonated Beverages Ill Guilford B. Reed. A Binocular Microscope Arranged for the S... ...ON AGGLUTINATION TESTS (TABLE 7) jNIalvoz used agar cultures emulsified with distilled water to avoid chemical changes resulting from sodium chlorid. ... ...h agar cultures, obtained the same agglutinating reaction, when using cither distilled water, or 0.85 per cent sodium chlorid. Asakawa, Bordet, Chick,... ...m, Bad. paratyphosum A and B, Bad. dyscnteriae and Bad. coli emulsified with distilled water were agglutinated by specific serum in dilutions of 1:40 ... ...lutmation. In weak dilutions of 1 :80 or more, there was no agglutination in distilled water (with one exception), but marked agglutination in salt so... ...e strain of Bad. dysenieriae Flexner no. 2, showed constant agglutination in distilled water with a specific serum dilution of 1 : 80. Spontaneous agg... ...29. VIABILITY OF THE COLON-TYPHOID GROUP IN CARBONATED WATER AND CARBONATED BEVERAGES S. A. KOSER AND W. W. SKINNER From the Bureau of Chemistry, Uni... ...ro- organisms and the value of carbonation for the preservation of foods and beverages have claimed the interest of a number of workers since the firs...

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Brännvin

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...innish) is the Swedish version of the general Scandinavian term for liquor distilled from potatoes, grain, or (formerly) wood cellulose; both of flavo... ...des vodka and akvavit, but akvavit is always flavored. Beverages labelled brännvin or viina are usually unflavored and have an alc... ...n 30% and 38% ABV. European Union regulations reserve the name "vodka" for beverages distilled to at least 95% ABV and bottled at 37.5% or higher. In ... ...38% ABV. European Union regulations reserve the name "vodka" for beverages distilled to at least 95% ABV and bottled at 37.5% or higher. In Finland, t... ...quivalent (palo)viina means "burnt liquor." (Sometimes the distillation of beverages is called "burning.") It is cognate with English brandy, Dutch br... ... See also Alcoholic beverages in Sweden Brennivín ... ... Distilled beverage ... ... Other distilled beverages ... ...   Distilled beverages by ingredients ...

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The Apple and Pear as Vintage Fruits

By: Bull, Henry Graves, 1828-1885; Hogg, Robert, 1818-1897

...tear up and crush the fruit without bruising the seeds. Monsieur Hauchecorne distilled the spirit from Cider made with the pips, and from that made wi... ...orpuscules, or germs, by washing ripe fruit — grapes he first used—with pure distilled water. The water was rendered slightly turbid by the presence o... ...ation is over, and the lees settled to the bottom, the spirit may at once be distilled from the liquor ; or it may, of course, be distilled with bette... ...be effected if the fruit could be crushed, fermented, and the spirit at once distilled from the liquor ; for with good fruit, and ordinary care, a Bra... ...trument will give the density of the juice, as compared with the standard of distilled water placed at looo. This density is chiefly caused by the sac... ...ure of Cider and Perry of superior quality, would soon cause these wholesome beverages to be properly appreciated, and the outer world to value their ... ...ion can be seriously interfered with, for this, if for no other reason, that beverages which only contain so slight a proportion of alcohol, are readi...

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Bulletin of the Treasury Department : Issue Jan-41

By: United States. Department of the Treasury

...nue: Capital stock tax • Estate tax. 01ft tax... Alcoholic beverage taxes: Distilled spirits (Imported, excise) Distilled spirits (domestic, exclee) D... ...domestic, excise)....... Brandy used for fortifying sweet wines Dealers In distilled spirits; rectifiers; manufacturers of stills (special taxes) Stam... ...ed spirits; rectifiers; manufacturers of stills (special taxes) Stamps for distilled spirits intended for export Case stamps for distilled spirits bot... ...manufactures Agricultural products and provisions Spirits, vines and other beverages Cotton manufaetures flax, hemp. Jute and manufactures wool and ma... ...nufactorss. Agricultural products and provisions. Spirits, vines and other beverages... Cotton manufactures Tlax, heap, Jute and manufactures. Wool an...

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Pálenka

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...In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, pálenka is any kind of distilled beverage, but especially fruit brandy. The term is often used gen... ...a (plum spirit), režná (grain spirit), borovička (a special kind of liquor distilled from the berries of Juniperus communis), hruškovica (pear spirit)... ...cherry spirit) and marhuľovica (apricot spirit). Very expensive is pálenka distilled from fermented forest berries, including raspberries, blueberries... ... including raspberries, blueberries and cranberries. Drienkovica (a spirit distilled from Cornelian cherries (Cornus mas) was popularized by former Sl... ... Alcoholic beverages ... ... History of alcoholic beverages ... ...   Alcoholic beverages ... ... Other fermented beverages ... ... Distilled beverage ...

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Dishes & Beverages of the Old South

By: Williams, Martha Mcculloch

...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: DISHES & BEVERAGES OF THE OLD SOUTH Author: MARTHA MCCULLOCH WILLIAMS Language: En... ...he palate else it will never truly satisfy the stomach. 9 10 DISHES .AND BEVERAGES An unsatisfied stomach, or one overworked by having to wrestl... ...e for the most part hand-wrought, by the local blacksmith. 12 DISHES .AND BEVERAGES The forks in particular were of a classic grace-so much so th... ...rning out left a fine smooth surface after scouring. Cast - 14 DISHES AND BEVERAGES iron, being in a degree porous, necessarily took up traces of... ...pe where she rests! She put on a clean white frock every • 16 DISHES AND BEVERAGES morning-by breakfast time it was a sickly gray along the fron... ...HES AND BEVERAGES cider trough, and put into stands to fer­ ment, then duly distilled. Bdrrelled, after two years in the lumber house, it was racke...

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Bulletin : Vol. 18 No. 1

By: American Academy of Medicine; American Academy of Medicine. Journal of Sociologic Medicine

... bly, that the real scourge of the drink evil is to be found in the abuse of distilled liquors. Yet we do not discriminate by aid of differential taxa... ...ntial taxation in favor of the least alcoholic and therefore least injurious beverages. Indeed, legislation goes to the absurd extreme, in some instan... ...p in advance. Our present-day license systems virtually put a premium on the distilled liquors by subjecting them to the same regulations and the same... ...arge quantities of alcoholic drinks of all kinds, particularly heavily laden distilled liquors. These were brought in under the Federal provision cove... ...ges. Another difficulty was the immigration of people accustomed to drinking distilled liquors with heavy proportions of alcohol, who availed themselv... ...rictions. The enactment has stopt the manufacture of malt liquors and of all distilled liquors within the State. It has stopt ab- solutely the saloon,... ...to be per- manently effectual in that direction. It has not stopt the use of beverages that contain less than 2 per cent, of alcohol. At least two of ... ...nver have gone into the manufactiu'e of "Near-beer," and other pro- prietary beverages that contain alcohol in less than 2 per cent. These beverages a... ...drinkers of beer. This prohibitory legislation has caused the consumption of beverages with a very low alcohol percentage instead of beverages with a ...

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St. Germain (liqueur)

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... Alcoholic beverages ... ... History of alcoholic beverages ... ...   Alcoholic beverages ... ... Wine Other fermented beverages ... ... Distilled beverage ... ... Whisky Other distilled beverages ... ...   Distilled beverages by... ...   Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by... ... Categories Liqueurs All stub articles Distilled beverage stu...

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Jack's Manual on the Vintage and Production, Care and Handling of Wines, Liquors, etc : A Handbook of Information for Home, Club, Or Hotel : Recipes for Fancy Mixed Drinks and When and How to Serve

By: Grohusko, J. A. (Jacob Abraham), B. 1876

...y friend, at any time wish advice relating to the subject of mixed drinks or beverages, and will correspond with the author, your communication will r... ...fuse cheer- fulness, without leaving adverse results, which more alco- holic beverages might produce. Moselle wines especially are prescribed by the m... ...atic liqueur of an opaline, greenish color, and slightly bitter taste. It is distilled from bitter herbs, and is considered tonic and stomachic, altho... ...s poured into it drop by drop. LIQUEURS Benedictine is a high-class liqueur, distilled exclusively at Fecamp, Normandy. It was originally made by the ... ...sian monks, from which order the name Chartreuse is derived. It was formerly distilled by the monks at the monastery of the Grande Chartreuse in Franc... ...s liqueur obtained by the dis- tillation of Switzerland wild cherries. It is distilled chiefly in Vosges and in the Black Forest. It is free from swee... ...es from peaches, apricots, cider, etc. In England a common kind of brandy is distilled from malt liquors, to which the flavor and color of brandy are ... ... the result of resurrection from almost certain d^ath. WHEN AND HOW TO SERVE BEVERAGES. Appetizer.—Dry Pale Sherry, plain or with a dash of bitters. V... ...bly aid the digestion and assimilation of food. Recogniz- ing that these are beverages of ordinary life, their selection must be carefully made, with ...

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American Journal of Physiology : Vol. 32

By: American Physiological Society (1887); American Physiological Society (1887) Abstracts of Papers Presented at the Fall Meeting; American Physiological Society (1887) Proceedings

...ixture of one and one half Htres of sea water and one and one half litres of distilled water to which had been added 90 mg. of methylene blue. At the ... ... was placed for four hours and fifteen minutes in a mixture of one volume of distilled water to which had been added 0.3 gm. boric acid per litre. The... ...hours and twenty minutes in a mixture of one volume sea water and one volume distilled water to which had been added i gm. of potassium iodide per lit... ... in the same way, in which the sea water was diluted with an equal volume of distilled water, a similar nega- tive result was obtained. It has been fo... ... If, as the external medium, we use sea water diluted with its own volume of distilled water, absorption can be demon- strated in two minutes, while i... ...hunger movements than equal quantities of water. (5) The Action of Alcoholic Beverages. — Tests were made with sour and sweet wines, beer, brandy, and... ...sour and sweet wines, beer, brandy, and pure alcohol. The taking of alcohohc beverages with the meals is a habit with many people. It is claimed by ma... ...r). The writer is neither a total abstainer nor a habitual user of alcoholic beverages. But it is his experience that a glass of beer or brandy taken ... ...lined to beheve that this apparent augmentation of the appetite by alcoholic beverages is rather a common experience. In view of this fact I expected ...

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Gouqi jiu

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...Variations There are three distinct kinds of gouqi jiu: distilled, fermented, and those produced by steeping wolfberries in other t... ... Chinese alcoholic beverages ... ... Beverages ... ... Alcoholic beverages ... ... History of alcoholic beverages ... ... Distilled beverage ... ... Other distilled beverages ... ...   Distilled beverages by ingredients ... ...bsp; Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by ingredients ...

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Religion and Drink

By: Wasson, E. A

.... A. Wasson THE PREFACE The word drink in this book means those alco- holic beverages spoken of in the Bible. The con- clusions apply, strictly, only... ...of in the Bible. The con- clusions apply, strictly, only to those particular beverages. But, naturally, they apply, by analogy, for certain purposes, ... ...f the millenium. Very different are the words of Proverbs (20.1) about these beverages : ' ' Wine is a mocker, strong drink a brawler". Other passages... ...nd heapeth unto him all peoples". Now it would be too preposterous to say of beverages like water or milk or fresh grape juice that they were "treache... ...runk yayin or strong drink" (Deut. 29.6) ; as though their usual and natural beverages would have been wine and ' 'strong drink", as their natural foo... ...nd as to him I cannot find whether he drank or not ; the Wesleys objected to distilled liquors; but Whitefield and Coke, the mighty preacher and the p... ... quan- tities consumed, and the average annual consump- tion, per capita, of distilled spirits, wines, and malt liquors in this country, from 1870. Di... ...illed spirits Wines Galls. .32 .47 .48 .27 .39 .65 .58 .67 .65 .67 .58 1913, distilled spirits, over million gallons more than in 1912; malt liquors, ...

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The Biochemical Journal : Volume 13

By: Biochemical Society (Great Britain); University of Liverpool. Biochemical Department

... After boiling for a time, the hot alcohol is filtered off. The filtrate is then distilled hi i^acKo until all the alcohol is removed. The residue con... ...mainder of the filtrate is then extracted with ether several times and the ether distilled off. The residue ig taken up in water and the same test wit... ...epared. To the contents of each flask the required volume, viz. (125 — x) cc, of distilled water was added. The media were then sterilised by heating ... ... to 10 g. respec- tively were boiled together in a small flask with ammonia-free distilled water for two days. The mixture was then poured into a litr... ...cc. of this solution (containing | g. of per- manganate and 10 g. of alkali) was distilled w4th ammonia-free water, only O-OOOOOo g. ammonia was gener... ..., 1885]. There is Uttle doubt that the anti-scorbutic value of certain fermented beverages, firmly believed in by our ancestors, owed their virtue to ... ...le anti-scorbutic value and there is no doubt that the virtue these more ancient beverages possessed was due to the freshness of the product, the drin...

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