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Pollock James Richard Allan, Weir Michael Joseph: Treatment of alcoholic beverages. Guinness Son & A, January 7, 1970: GB1177126-A (19 worldwide citation)

1,177,126. Cellulose acetate composition. ARTHUR GUINNESS SON & CO. (DUBLIN) Ltd. 25 June, 1968 [10 July, 1967], No. 31572/67. Heading B5B. [Also in Divisions B1 and C6] A membrane for the fractionation of alcoholic beverages is formed from a dispersion of cellulose acetate in acetone containing mag ...


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Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan: Improvements in brewing processes and by-products. Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan, July 21, 1971: GB1239796-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,239,796. Malt extracts; cattle food; treating grain. A. A. POOL and J. R. A. POLLOCK. 15 Aug., 1969 [21 Aug., 1968], No. 40006/68. Headings A2B and A2Q. [Also in Division C6] An aqueous slurry of spent grains obtained in the production of soluble extract from cereal grains (mashing) is treated wit ...


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Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan: Improvements in the preparation of wort. Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan, August 18, 1971: GB1243368-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,243,368. Wort of reduced viscosity. A. A. POOL AND J. R. A. POLLOCK. Jan. 14, 1970 [Oct. 17, 1968], No.49361/68. Heading C6E. In producing beer by brewing using malt, the viscosity of the wort or beer is controlled (reduced) by adding #-glucanase to the malt, mash, sweet or pitched wort, or beer. ...


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Pollock James Richard Allan, Webber Harold Frank Philip: An improved process for the fermentation of brewers wort. Guinness Son & A, Courage Barclay & Simonds, March 8, 1967: GB1060722-A (1 worldwide citation)

An accelerated batch process for fermenting brewers' wort with yeast includes the steps of providing in a fermenter vessel a fill of oxygenated wort which contains a high concentration of yeast at the start of fermentation, controllably and gently agitating the mixture to an extent sufficient to sec ...


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Pollock James Richard Allan, Pool Alan Aldred, Ellis Graham John: An improved process and equipment for converting barley into malt. Malting Developments, June 11, 1969: GB1154502-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,154,502. Mixing apparatus. MALTING DEVELOPMENTS Ltd. 30 Aug., 1966 [8 Sept., 1965], No. 38348/65. Heading B1C [Also in Division C6] Partially malted grain in a malting vessel M is progressively loosened for immediate discharge through an outlet 3 by a sweeper arm 33, Fig. 1, which carries a plural ...


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Pollock James Richard Allan: Treatment for rubber. Broadlab, Pollock James Richard Allan, August 15, 2007: GB2435042-A

The present invention relates to a reduction of the effects of nitrosatable substances associated such rubber products. In particular, it seeks to provide a method of producing rubber products, especially those which come into contact with human and/or animal body fluids which have a reduced tendenc ...


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POLLOCK JAMES RICHARD ALLAN: [en] A flameless heating apparatus for food products. PHILIP GODING, October 24, 2012: GB2490226-A

[en] A flameless heating apparatus for food products comprises a heat source comprising a dry powdered composition of a peroxide and a reducing agent, wherein, in the presence of water the peroxide reacts with the reducing agent and provides thermal energy as a reaction product. The powdered composi ...


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Pollock James Richard Allan: Improvements in or relating to the brewing of beer. Brewing Patents, May 22, 1963: GB926687-A

In the production of beer, unfermented wort is added to a body of yeast in either wort or fermented wort, which is subjected to sufficient agitation to maintain the yeast evenly dispersed through the wort, the unfermented wort is added at such a rate that at the end of a predetermined time the body ...


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Pollock James Richard Allan: Improvements relating to the stabilisation of fermented beverages. Guinness Son & A, January 7, 1970: GB1177127-A

1,177,127. Clarifying beer &c. ARTHUR GUINNESS SON & CO. (DUBLIN) Ltd. July 2, 1968 [July 10, 1967; June 10, 1968], Nos.27458/68 and 27459/68. Divided out of 1,177,126. Heading C6E. A method of stabilizing beer and other fermented beverages against the development of hazes includes the steps of sepa ...


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Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan: Malting. Pollock And Pool, Pool Alan Aldred, Pollock James Richard Allan, EDWARD EVANS Chancery House 53 64 Chancery Lane London WC2A 1SD, November 20, 1986: WO/1986/006740

A method of malting comprising: steeping cereal grain subsequently subjecting the grain to treatment without damaging its germinative ability, the moisture content of the steeped grain being insufficient to allow, if the grain were subsequently stored in the presence of air at 16?o¿C for 5 days, a g ...



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