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Robert L Weaver, Joris E A Van Gheluwe, John A McKee: Neutral tasting alcoholic beverage. The Molson Companies, Anthony J Casella, Gerald E Hespos, January 22, 1985: US04495204 (6 worldwide citation)

A neutral tasting alcoholic beverage prepared by mashing a well modified standard brewers malt, with hops and water at a temperature of 40.degree. C. to 45.degree. C. for a period of time of between 10 to 30 minutes, and thereafter raising the temperature to from 60.degree. C. to 62.degree. C. to ob ...


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Valentine David: Alcoholic beverage container. Solovino Australia, August 27, 2003: GB2385577-A (6 worldwide citation)

A sealed plastics container (20) for holding an alcoholic beverage such as wine comprises, a receptacle for containing the alcoholic beverage which includes a peripheral flange about the mouth, a biocompatible inner surface and a wall having low gas transmissibility. A sealing membrane (30) is detac ...


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Weaver Robert L, Van Gheluwe Joris Ea, Mckee John A: Boisson alcoolique insipide, Neutral tasting alcoholic beverage. Molson Canada, MOFFAT & CO, August 28, 1984: CA1173382 (6 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A neutral tasting alcoholic beverage is prepared using,as a base, a wort made from a well modified standard brewers malt.


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Improvements in process for filtering fermented beverages. Millipore Filter, October 12, 1966: GB1045191-A (6 worldwide citation)

In the final filtration of an alcoholic beverage such as beer, ale, porter, stout and wine, the alcoholic beverage is passed through a final filter consisting of a plastic membrane porous filter, the pores of which are smaller than yeast cells and small enough to prevent the passage of many bacteria ...


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Simon Daniel Scullion, Peter Thomas Foster, Stephen Paul Smith: Method of cooling a beverage. Coors Worldwide, Baker Botts L, December 13, 2005: US06974598 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of keeping an alcoholic beverage in an open topped vessel cool, said beverage comprising a water content and a dissolved gas content, and said method comprising forming ice in the beverage in the open-topped vessel said ice having a cooling effect on the beverage, said ice being formed in t ...


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Albert Klang: Bottle closure for collecting and trapping sediment. Norbert P Holler, March 25, 1997: US05614236 (5 worldwide citation)

A bottle closure for collecting and removing solid sediment particles from a liquid being fermented in situ in a bottle to form an alcoholic beverage. The closure has a skirt portion which is adapted to be removably fastened to the neck of the bottle and terminates at its top end in an inwardly dire ...


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Klose Shari, Taylor Michael Anthony: Alcoholic, ready-to-freeze beverage cross-referenced to related applications. Brown Forman, July 24, 1996: GB2297093-A (5 worldwide citation)

A ready-to-freeze, packaged alcoholic beverage having a pH of about 3.0 - about 5.0 includes an alcohol, sugar, a flavouring, water, a stabilizer blend of a locust bean gum, guar gum and, optionally, pectin, and other ingredients. The beverage is shelf-stable and can be frozen in a freezer to produc ...


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Matsuura Kazuo, Sato Masanori: Ultrasonic solution separator. Ultrasound Brewery, February 16, 2005: GB2404880-A (5 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic solution separator comprises an ultrasonic atomisation chamber 104 supplied with a solution containing a target material, an ultrasonic oscillator 101 produces mist from the solution and a collection portion 105 for transporting the mist with a carrier gas and aggregating and collectin ...



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