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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Consumers are reevaluating their alcoholic beverage brand choices and purchasing habits as the economy recovers, Nielsen data showed.
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The researchers found that in magazines with the highest levels of youth readership, youth alcoholic beverage types (e.
Nielsen company, consumers continue to see alcoholic beverages as "an affordable indulgence" despite a fragile economy.
The sales increase resulted from an upsurge in both internal and external demand for alcoholic beverages sold in Finland.
Drunkenness--To drink alcoholic beverages to the extent that one's mental faculties and physical coordination are substantially impaired.
First, he said, the couple plans to install a Veriphone system that will allow them to easily check the age of shoppers who are trying to buy alcoholic beverages or tobacco.
As a result, each 1800 Single Barrel bottle offers a distinct flavor and taste--positioning this tequila among the more high-quality alcoholic beverages.
While government officials assumed the mantle of crusading knights, alcoholic beverage manufacturers stepped into the role of infidels.
Consumers are way ahead of the alcoholic beverage industry, which is dangerously myopic," says the study.
When Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) officers initiated this technique, approximately 70 percent of the establishments sold alcohol to the underage operative.
The presence of beer in a jar type foreign to Godin Tepe indicates that in addition to writing, cylinder seals, and several unique pottery types, the lowland Mesopotamians introduced to this region the technology for making a new or improved alcoholic beverage," she contends.