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Newberry George M, Wowk Nicholas F: Liquid dispensing apparatus. July 11, 1972: US3675820 (16 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for dispensing any of a plurality of liquids either singly or in predetermined combinations either 'automatically' according to standard recipes or 'manually' by selectively varying the quantities of each liquid dispensed. The disclosed embodiment is particularly directed to an alcoholic b ...


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Segman Yosef: Optical sensor device and image processing unit for measuring chemical concentrations, chemical saturations and biophysical parameters. Segman Yosef, Cnoga Holdings, FRIEDMAN Mark, September 28, 2006: WO/2006/100685 (16 worldwide citation)

Optical sensor devices, image processing devices, methods and computer readable code computer-readable storage media for detecting biophysical parameters, chemical concentrations, chemical saturations, vital signs and physiological information such as a malignant condition are provided. In some embo ...


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Robert S Ashmont, Thomas C Bibeau, Anthony Livaich, Nancy J McCormick: Alcoholic soft ice. Heublein, McCormick Paulding and Huber, December 13, 1988: US04790999 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a ready-to-consume, freezeable, alcoholic beverage composed of water, sugars, alcohol, flavorants and carboxymethylcellulose. The beverage can be placed in a consumer or commercial freezer to form a soft ice, which can be consumed "as is" or can be spooned into a glass to prov ...


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Francis P Knuettel II, Mohamad K Moallemi: Machine for dispensing chilled alcoholic beverage with self-contained cooling tank and bottle mounting system. Sidney Frank Importing Co, Morgan & Finnegan, June 27, 1995: US05427276 (13 worldwide citation)

A machine dispenses viscous, chilled alcoholic beverage and has a housing forming an enclosure with side, top and bottom surfaces. The side, top and bottom surfaces are of such dimension to form a housing of a size to be placed on the countertop of a bar and the like. A refrigeration cooling unit is ...


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Goodman Donald E: Method for determining the ethanol content of alcoholic beverages. Bacardi and Company, Pennie & Edmonds, July 29, 1975: US3896659 (12 worldwide citation)

The volumetric ethanol content of a liquid mixture containing water and ethanol (e.g., an alcoholic beverage) is determined by gas-solid chromatography using aqueous ethanol of known composition as an external calibration standard. A pre-determined volume of sample mixture to be analyzed is injected ...


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Derek Aldcroft, John R Newton: Stable suspensions for filtering beer. Unilever Patent Holdings, Cushman Darby & Cushman, April 7, 1992: US05102676 (11 worldwide citation)

Amorphous silica can be prepared in a stable and pumpable suspension, suitable for use in alcoholic beverage stabilisation, by adding a polysaccharide or inorganic gelling agent. Examples of polysaccharides are carboxy methyl celluloses, guar gum and Xanthan gum. Preferably the suspension contains s ...


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Francis P Knuettel II, Mohamad K Moallemi: Machine for dispensing chilled beverage using thermoelectric cooling system. Morgan & Finnegan, February 27, 1996: US05494195 (11 worldwide citation)

A machine dispenses chilled alcoholic beverage using a thermoelectric cooling unit positioned within a machine enclosure formed by a housing having side and top walls. A manifold receives beverage, which flows through a cooling channel extending from the manifold to a beverage faucet positioned on t ...


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Dariush Behnam, Erich F Elstner, Michael Wannenmacher: Non-alcoholic beverage and process of making. Aquanova Getranketechnologie, Jacobson Price Holman & Stern PLLC, April 11, 2000: US06048566 (11 worldwide citation)

A nonalcoholic beverage such as table water, mineral water or the like is described. In order to develop a well-tolerated composition which can be administered easily and which permits the body to be supplied almost incidentally with a desirable dose of ubiquinone Q 10, it is provided that it compri ...


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Masahisa Takeda: Process of brewing an alcoholic beverage from rice. Ozeki Sake Brewing, Birch Stewart Kolasch and Birch, November 9, 1982: US04358462 (11 worldwide citation)

An alcoholic beverage having improved taste and sweetness and a wine-like flavor is produced by steps of saccharifying steamed or cooked unpolished rice and/or reddish rcie with an enzyme composition containing a saccharifying enzyme substantially free of protease and producing by a microorganism se ...


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Hayashi Kaoru, Kohno Hiroyuki, Nakashima Kyoko, Uraji Tatsuya: Sherbets and processes for the production thereof. Nikken Chemicals, September 15, 1999: EP0941668-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

The first aspect of the present invention relates to a sherbet which contains erythritol and provides a soft mouthfeel and also to a process for producing it. The second aspect of the present invention relates to an erythritol-containing alcoholic soft sherbet to be served as a soft ice-like frozen ...



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