distilled liquor

distilled liquor

[də′stild ′lik·ər]
(food engineering)
Alcoholic beverages obtained by distilling an alcohol-containing liquid such as wine or fermented fruit juice and then further treating the distillate to obtain a beverage of specific character. Also known as hard liquor.
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Korea's largest maker of the distilled liquor soju said Thursday that the union's demand is not the subject of collective bargaining, urging striking workers to "come to their senses" and work harder with management to reach a consensus.
Found in the garden are the 'Sewollang' where 400 hundred pots, containing 600 liters of traditional distilled liquor each, are kept; Buandang, the exact replica of a warehouse owned by a rich landlord; another replica of a pavilion called Chuiseongak where people can share a cup of tea or a glass of wine while enjoying the beautiful nature around them; and the so-called 'Usanggokso' where you can float wine glasses in a stream, among others.
8220;The distilled liquor industry is becoming similar to the craft beer space,” says trends expert Daniel Levine.
287, 287 (1999) ("The man had been consuming a home distilled liquor produced from methylated spirits that .
After voters in Washington state approved an initiative privatizing distilled liquor sales two years ago, it seemed inevitable that Oregonians would soon be presented with a similar proposal.
Products as various as distilled liquor, plastic containers, gasoline, and (of course) drugs of all sorts are pure examples of all sorts of chemical ideas, but again, it's hard to show them as such.
The firm is the nation s top maker of soju, a distilled liquor popular among Koreans, and the second-largest beer seller.
When discovered, the operator had apparently left for home after setting a mash tub on the fire with worm attached to cooling tank, which was filled with water, and a bucket laid in position to catch the distilled liquor as it formed.
The suspect told police that he had a fight with Al-Majurshi after they had jointly smoked hashish and drank illegally distilled liquor.
For example, a household of six people, including one parent, two children and three servants or slaves drank seventy-five gallons of hard cider per year as well as seventeen and a half gallon of distilled liquor.
No difference was observed by type of alcohol when comparing beer, distilled liquor or wine, according to Genkinger.
During the second half of the 19th century, and concomitant with the growth of a British colonial presence, Southern Nigerians developed a habit for potent European distilled liquor.