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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As a fermented beverage, kombucha would be categorized in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) model Food Code as a specialized process.
People have been drinking fermented beverages for a couple thousand years, so it's just an extension of that,'' said Mark Simakaski, who with his wife made his first batch while in the Peace Corps in Paraguay and launched a meadery called Artesano in Vermont in 2008.
In Uganda, finger millet is used in the production of fermented beverages like malwa (ajon) and bushera [3, 8].
In fact, it might have made more sense to produce a fermented beverage rather than a syrup had the grapes been of the bitter wild form.
A bill was introduced that allows culinary students to taste, but not consume or drink, any beer, ale, port, wine or other similar malt or fermented beverage as part of the required curriculum.
Brewers in the United States ostensibly possess the technology for this frothy, double fermented beverage as well.
Thus was a visit to Dublin made complete - with a time-honored collision of passion, angst, humor and fermented beverage.
The find suggests a mixed fermented beverage made from rice, honey and fruit was being produced in the village as early as 7,000 BC.
Champagne and sparking wine exports were $31 million; dessert wine, $31 million; and grape must and other fermented beverage exports, $22 million.
About Lifeway Foods Lifeway Foods (LWAY), recently named one of Forbes Best Small Companies, is America's leading supplier of the probiotic fermented beverage known as kefir.
Apple wine refers to the fermented beverage obtained from apple, and its production, including cider brewing, constitute an important industry in the world [15, 16].
The beer produced at the brewery was Chicha, a fermented beverage that served as a dietary staple.