A liquid produced or used in a process of some kind, in particular
Water used in brewing
Liquid in which something has been steeped or cooked
Liquid that drains from food during cooking
The liquid from which a substance has been crystallized or extracted
an alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented
a liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process; "waste liquors"
the liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked
A distilled beverage, liquor, or spirit is a drinkable liquid containing ethanol that is produced by distilling fermented grain, fruit, or vegetables. This excludes undistilled fermented beverages such as beer, wine, and hard cider.
Liquor is Poppy Z. Brite's first novel in the liquor novels, which revolves around the two young chefs Rickey and G-man, their restaurant and their life in New Orleans. It's been released in the United States on March 16, 2004.
A liquid; A drinkable liquid; A liquid obtained by cooking meat or vegetables (or both); Strong alcoholic drink derived from fermentation and distillation; To drink liquor, usually to excess; To cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess
(in some contexts, notably in eel-and-pie shops) parsley sauce
general term for chemical solutions, but in paper making chiefly used for alkaline solutions.
the liquid obtained by infusing tea leaves.
The water used in making beer.
To dream of buying liquor, denotes selfish usurpation of property upon which you have no legal claim If you sell it, you will be criticised for niggardly benevolence. ...
The brewer’s word for water used in the brewing process, as included in the mash or, used to sparge the grains after mashing.
While I don't particularly like this term, associating it as I do with Scotch and other distilled spirits, it does, in fact, also properly refer to the unfermented or incompletely fermented, sugar-bearing liquid from which wine is made. It is also the liquid portion of a must. ...
The name given, in the brewing industry, to water used for mashing and brewing, especially natural or treated water containing high amounts of calcium and magnesium salts.
Juice that has had water boiled off it so that it is ready to produce sugar crystals.
Spirits; spirits and liqueurs; or all alcoholic beverages, including wine, sake, beer, and mead
Solution of medicinal substances in water
Water, wastewater or any combination; commonly used to designate liquid phase when other phases are present.
alcoholic beverages with MORE than 4% alcohol by weight (5% alcohol by volume). The term “liquor” includes ale/malt liquor, wine and distilled spirits.
water before it has malt or hops added to it
Also known as "strike water." In all-grain brewing, "liquor" refers to the hot water mixed with the grist to begin the mashing process. Liquor must be adjusted to specific temperatures to achieve the appropriate mash-in temperatures for a particular mashing style. ...
Water, or more correctly the water that we use for brewing, not necessarily the same thing.
Concentrated liquid, produced as a result of the decomposition of organic waste. If from a landfill site, it is referred to as leachate.
Soju (Cheoum Cheoreom), Cheongju, Korean traditional liquor, wine and whisky manufacturing, Liquor Export
The most common kind of hard liquor is lao kao - rice whiskey. It is the drink of choice among regular Thai guys. Mekong Whiskey is passable for some. For those who want to drink something better, Johnny Walker is widely available. Vodka, gin, tiquella and such are found only in larger towns. ...