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- "Alcoholic beverages" is a book by John Cavanagh.
- also known as "Alcoholic beverages: dimensions of corporate power"
- "Alcoholic beverages" is a book by Pat Brawley.
- also known as "Alcoholic beverages: regulation, taxation and societal costs"
Alcoholic Beverages a.k.a. Alcoholic beverage: An alcoholic beverage is a drink that typically contains 3%–60% ethanol, commonly known as alcohol. Alcoholic beverages are divided into three classes: beers, wines, and spirits. They are legally consumed in most countries around the world.
- also known as สุรา, Alkollü içecek, Väkijuoma, เครื่องดื่มแอลกอฮอล์, Alkoholholdig drikke
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Professional Catering (2012)
by Stephen Shiring
Knowledge about selling and serving alcoholic beverages is a prerequisite for success (Figure 15.1). In today's litigious World, even careful monitoring of alcoholic beverage service still brings With it potential litigation. Specific job tasks are ...
Changing Societies (1999)
Essential Sociology for Our Times by Anthony M. Orum, John Wallace Claire Johnstone, Stephanie Riger
Patterns of Alcohol Use The consumption of alcoholic beverages is an ancient human custom. Many societies discovered the ...
A Clinical and Forensic Guide by Ashraf Mozayani, Lionel Raymon
The alcohol flush reaction exhibited by many Japanese and other Orientals when they drink alcoholic beverages is a direct consequence of acetaldehyde accumulation in the blood (177, 178). These individuals inherit a defective form of ...
by Eric W. Johnson
Drinking alcoholic beverages is a great pleasure for many people and is very much a part of our culture. When people drink, the alcohol often gives them pleasant feelings of relaxation and friendliness toward others. But if people drink too ...
Thinkin' Drinkin' (2011)
From the Teen Years Forward: A Rational, Safe, Worry-Free Approach to Lifetime Alcohol Use or Abstinence by Richard W. Thatcher
The fact is that the enjoyment ofmost alcoholic beverages is an acquired rather than immediate taste .
A Research Agenda : PROCEEDINGS Conference on Commonalities in Substance Abuse and Habitual Behavior by National Research Council (U.S.). Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Committee on Substance Abuse and Habitual Behavior
Certainly governments have recognized for centuries that the taxation of alcoholic beverages is a lucrative source of revenue. And there are probably few. if any jurisdictions today where such beverages are It gaily sold at all) in which there is ...
by Scott Cunningham
The first alcoholic beverages were the result of accidents. A jar of honey, mixed with water, sat for too long and began to bubble. Grape juice went bad. Coconut sap was left for one day too many in a gourd. Bread dough seemed to come to life.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. The term “alcohol” when used in reference to alcoholic consumption by Native Americans of all tribes is an exceedingly value- laden and emotion-evoking one. It is historically wedded to the image of the drunken ...
by Ken Albala
Liquor stores sell alcoholic beverages in an unopened state (packaged) to be consumed off premises. The stores do, however, fall into several categories, which are discussed in this entry. Some states require that all sales of packaged ...
by Jack Cazes
INTRODUCTION Alcoholic beverages have been consumed by a significant range of worldwide population since the beginning of civilization until the present time. Therefore, there should be a great interest on consumption of beverages ...
by William L. Wuerch, Dirk Anthony Ballendorf
ALCOHOL IN THE PACIFIC The people of Oceania did not make or consume alcoholic beverages of any sort prior to European contact. Despite this, foreigners who came among them wasted little time in introducing the islanders to "Demon ...
by Glenna R Schroeder-Lein
Alcoholic beverages were very important to many of the soldiers on both sides during the Civil War. The beverage of choice, because it was most readily available, was usually whiskey, although soldiers who imbibed would drink any liquor on ...
Japan Encyclopedia (2002)
by Louis Fr?d?ric, Louis-Frédéric, Käthe Roth
Calpis, a milk- based drink; and various alcoholic beverages, including sake, wines, beers, and liquors (Japanese or imported). Only children drink milk. There are also soups, the most popular being miso-based miso- shiru, ...
Distilled alcoholic beverages produced by amylolytic starters Alcoholic beverages produced using human saliva as amylolytic starter Alcoholic beverages produced by mono-fermentation Alcoholic beverages produced from honey Alcoholic ...
by Jack Cazes
Danilo Corradini Introduction Alcoholic beverages have been consumed by a significant range of worldwide population since the beginning of civilization until the present time. Therefore, there should be a great interest on consumption of ...
by Elizabeth Marie Williams, Stephanie J. Carter
In 2008, several state attorneys general entered into settlements with both Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors to discontinue or remove caffeine from alcoholic beverages they were selling, such as Sparks, an orange-flavored malt liquor product ...
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- Guiyang Alcoholic Beverages Expo
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