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Hoover Lonnie Daniel: Fining and increasing the chill haze stability of fermented alcoholic beverages. NL, House Roy F, Larsen Delmar H, Lehman Robert L, September 2, 1975: US3903316 (9 worldwide citation)

A process of treating a fermented alcoholic beverage to enhance the clarity, chill haze stability or filtration characteristics of the beverage which is characterized by the separate addition to the beverage before final filtration of a nitrogeneous carbonyl containing organic material which is wate ...


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Neil Rosenberg: Method of chilling and consuming an alcoholic beverage and apparatus therefor. NAR, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 10, 2002: US06446460 (9 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 0° F. The lidded shotglass is r ...


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Eric E Vogt, Ruth Churchill: Methods and systems for certifying provenance of alcoholic beverages. EProvenance, Foley & Lardner, John D Lanza, September 20, 2011: US08022832 (8 worldwide citation)

A system for certifying provenance of an alcoholic beverage includes a radio-frequency identification tag and a server. The radio-frequency identification tag, associated with a bottle containing an alcoholic beverage, periodically measures a plurality of values of an environmental condition of the ...


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Robert J Greenlee: Blood alcohol level determining device. Michael Best & Friedrich, December 28, 1993: US05274550 (8 worldwide citation)

A blood alcohol level determining device for calculating the blood alcohol level of a person, the blood alcohol level determining device comprising: first memory structure for storing characteristic information regarding the person; second memory structure for storing characteristic information rega ...


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Bonnome Jean Pierre: Alcoholic beverages and process for their preparation.. Union Brasseries, May 4, 1983: EP0078226-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

1. A method of manufacturing an alcoholic beverage, starting from a wine and making use of hyperfiltration or ultrafiltration, characterized in that the initial wine is subjected to hyperfiltration or to ultrafiltration suitable for obtaining a permeate other than wine, while retaining drinking qual ...


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Tim Goldburt: Bottle for beverages. I Zborovsky, June 7, 2011: US07954970 (8 worldwide citation)

A bottle for alcoholic or non alcoholic beverages has a hollow body part defining an inner space for filling an alcoholic or non alcoholic beverage, at least one electrical/electronic device integrated in the hollow body part without interfering with a content of the bottle and having a light genera ...


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Neil Rosenberg, Richard Johannes: Method of chilling and consuming an alcoholic beverage and apparatus therefor. Nar, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 3, 2002: US06442961 (8 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


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James Daher, Robert S Ashmont, Thomas C Bibeau, Carlos D Chiriboga, Gerhard Thiessen: Shelf stable plastic packaged alcoholic beverage containing essential oils. Heublein, McCormick Paulding and Huber, April 19, 1988: US04738857 (7 worldwide citation)

A plastic packaged alcoholic beverage containing essential oils and having a substantial shelf life is provided. The alcoholic beverage has a proof of at least about 10 and includes as an essential taste component one or more essential oils. The alcoholic beverage is packaged in a container which in ...


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Albert Wauters, Ian Anderson: Alcohol beverage dispensing apparatus. Anheuser Busch InBev, Levy & Grandinetti, October 5, 2010: US07806299 (7 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 ...


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I Feng Wang: Alcoholic beverage dispenser with temperature control. Harness Dickey & Pierce, May 16, 2006: US07043929 (7 worldwide citation)

An alcoholic beverage dispenser includes a housing, a holding tank, a cap member, a cooling device, and a dispensing valve. The housing has a top end formed with a beverage inlet. The holding tank is mounted in the housing, is in fluid communication with the beverage inlet, and is adapted to hold an ...



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