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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The beverage alcohol industry has seen an increase of direct-to-consumer shipping practices, accompanied by relaxing restrictions that once limited the industry, leading to greater sales potential.
In other news, entries are now open for the 31st annual Advertising & Promotion Awards, which honors the best beverage alcohol marketing, advertising, promotion and branding efforts.
Chief operating officer of Heaven Hill, Allan Latts, said : "The Vistr team has demonstrated deep beverage alcohol industry knowledge and capabilities, and we are pleased to extend our successful deployment into trade marketing processes.
What's more, beverage alcohol won't exactly be flowing freely throughout the Magic Kingdom: The offering will be limited to beer and wine, which will only served at Be Our Guest, a gourmet restaurant opening in November as part of the park's Fantasyland expansion.
Though children still dominate the holiday, from what I see, Halloween has now become one of the biggest partying nights of the year, with the attendant spike in beverage alcohol sales.
Millennials are redefining the beverage alcohol landscape and will continue to do so in the years ahead," said Danny Brager, Vice President and Group Client Director, Beverage Alcohol for Nielsen.
The council will continue to develop the existing Techniques in Alcohol Management (TAM) program, a comprehensive training program that educates servers and sellers of beverage alcohol on the effects of alcohol, how to identify and deal with false identification, customer disturbances and laws, and rules and regulations of serving and selling.
The researchers found a lower incidence of coronary heart disease among the men who consumed beverage alcohol compared to those who never did.
We recognize that we are in a business unlike any other, and with that business comes a special obligation to encourage responsibility in the use of beverage alcohol.
The Super Bowl is the first big event of the New Year, and we had hoped to see people returning to bars and restaurants," said David Henkes, Vice President at Technomic and leader of the firm's beverage alcohol practice.
Prior to joining Zepponi & Company, O'Brien was the Director of Business Advisory at Irvine & Company, a leading beverage alcohol accounting and consulting firm in the Pacific Northwest.
A recent report on NPR's Planet Money blog noted that the amount that consumers spend on beverage alcohol in the U.