Albert Wauters, Ian Anderson: Alcohol beverage dispensing apparatus. Anheuser Busch InBev, Levy & Grandinetti, October 5, 2010: US07806299 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a conduit for conducting gasified liquid, which has a flow restrictor arranged in in-line relation therewith. The restrictor itself comprises an at least one aperture (although two or more can be used in series), with each such being adapted to pass the gasified liqu ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Alcoholic beverage containing cream. Inver House Distillers, April 7, 1982: GB2084185-A (11 worldwide citation)

An alcoholic beverage comprising cream (preferably supplied as double cream), aqueous alcoholic spirit (e.g. Scotch whisky), and stabilizing agent comprising at least one of citric acid and its sodium and potassium salts. A preferred agent is trisodium citrate. The beverage preferably also contains ...

Joseph M Trewhella: Machine for dispensing chilled alcoholic beverage having improved cooling circuit and bottle mounting system. Morgan & Finnegan, October 10, 1995: US05456387 (10 worldwide citation)

A machine dispenses chilled alcoholic beverage and has a housing forming an enclosure and outer surface. A refrigeration unit is contained within the housing and includes a compressor, condenser and evaporator coil. A beverage faucet is mounted on the outer surface of the housing and at least one in ...

Joseph W Shannon: Guest check. American Business Computers, Oldham Oldham & Weber Co, February 9, 1988: US04723794 (10 worldwide citation)

Restaurant guest check or the like, comprising perforations which divide the check into at least three (3) portions. The first portion is for listing items purchased in a first category, such as food, the second portion is for listing items purchased in a second category, such as alcoholic beverages ...

Peter J Vella: Process for the reduction of alcohol content of beverages. E & J Gallo Winery, Townsend and Townsend, August 28, 1984: US04468407 (10 worldwide citation)

A process for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages of low alcohol content is disclosed, wherein a standard alcoholic beverage is chilled to form crystals, which are then consolidated into a substantially solid mass. The mass is then recovered, thawed, and optionally blended with either the unfroze ...

James J Marshall: Method of producing low calorie alcoholic beverage with starch-degrading enzymes derived from Cladosporium resinae. Lifeline Products, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, March 9, 1982: US04318927 (10 worldwide citation)

A culture filtrate of Cladosporium resinae (Strain ATCC No. 20495) has been found to contain a mixture of starch-degrading enzymes capable of bringing about efficient conversion of starch and pullulan into glucose. Culture conditions resulting in optimal production of the pullulan degrading activity ...

Neil Rosenberg, Richard Johannes: Method of chilling and consuming an alcoholic beverage and apparatus therefor. Nar, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 3, 2002: US06442961 (10 worldwide citation)

To chill an alcoholic beverage, the beverage is poured into at least one shotglass which is then lidded to form an air-tight seal. The lidded shotglass is inserted into a refrigeration compartment, whereby the alcoholic beverage is chilled to a temperature at or below