pour test

pour test

[′pȯr ‚test]
(engineering)
The chilling of a liquid under specified test conditions to determine the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) pour point.
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Think about the POUR test: Is the content on your site perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust (which means working on a variety of old and new platforms)?
Bartenders, for instance, perform a pour test before every shift to make sure they're making quality cocktails with consistency.
A day before the finals (October 16), they had to go through the Compulsory Round which consisted of a Pour Test (to test their competency in pouring the right amount of liquor accurately without using measuring tools); a Prep Test (where they were assessed in their skills in precise cutting of garnishes and prepping mixes); and a Speed Round (a challenge in their capability to make drinks accurately and efficiently within the fastest possible time).
Les Verts effectueront leur stage en Algerie plus precisement au centre technique national a Sidi Moussa avec pour test une rencontre amicale face a la Tunisie au stade Rades le 10 janvier prochain a partir de 18h. La selection des Black Stars, drivee par le nouveau selectionneur Avram Grant, se deplacera, quant a elle, en Espagne dans la ville de Seville pour recharger ses accus en prevision de la CAN.
it is also important to pour test samples from at least a five pound, graphite-free refractory-lined ladle to avoid excessive iron cooling.
Before the finals, they had to go through the Compulsory Round which consisted of a Pour Test (to test their competency in pouring the right amount of liquor accurately without using measuring tools); a Prep Test (where they were assessed in their skills in precise cutting of garnishes and prepping mixes); and a Speed Round (a challenge in their capability to make drinks accurately and efficiently within the shortest possible time).
On the first part of the competition, known as the compulsory round, bartenders have to pass the pour test, in which they pour liquor without the use of any measuring equipment.
Operators can stage live pour test competitions, sample wine tastings, conduct food and beverage pairing quizzes or review bar recipe trivia.
To ensure accuracy, bar chefs must take pour tests and pass a practical exam, making every cocktail exactly according to recipe, before they can tend bar.
Also, during pour tests, McCrady's bartenders were a good ounce over on all liquor pours and almost two ounces over on wine pours.