alcoholic beverage

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alcoholic beverage

[‚al·kə′hȯl·ik ′bev·rij]
(food engineering)
A potable preparation containing ethyl alcohol.
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Consumption of alcoholic drinks is witnessing a rapid growth and thus is directly influencing the alcoholic drinks packaging market.
To test their inhibitions, the students drank the alcoholic drink in one of the settings.
It got to the stage when some parents would come in for a meal with their kids and simply use it as an excuse to stay in the pub for up to four hours drinking, so we decided that if parents came in with a child, they would only be allowed one to two alcoholic drinks.
The LGA said recent studies had found the average adult was adding an extra day's worth of calories to their diet each week through alcoholic drinks alone.
Customer Stephen Gandy told the BBC that they were not allowed more than two alcoholic drinks each because they were with a child, even though the child's mother was drinking only water when they visited a Wetherspoon pub in Wallasey on Merseyside for a meal with family and friends.
Customer Stephen Gandy said that they were not allowed more than two alcoholic drinks each because they were with a child, even though the child's mother was drinking only water when they visited a Wetherspoon pub in Wallasey, Merseyside, for a meal with family and friends.
The other winner from Canada was French Rabbit vintage Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay Pays d'Oc wines in Tetra Pak containers from Rene Clement, which won alcoholic drinks and also took the country gong.
Alcoholic drinks buying by UK households has risen by nearly 10% in a year, according to new statistics on food purchases.
Children who are given alcoholic drinks early in life, or even just exposed to the smell, may be at greater risk of alcohol abuse later on, research suggests today.
THE government is to clamp down on binge drinking by putting health warnings on alcoholic drinks.
The FTC issued the instruction at a time when the market in Japan is rapidly expanding for alcoholic drinks whose alcoholic contents are less than 1% of their ingredients on a quantitative basis.
Three members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors urged the Legislature to approve a measure that would allow California counties to ask voters to levy a local tax of up to 5 percent on alcoholic drinks to help fund dollar-starved health services.