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         Beverages Non-alcohol:     more books (52)
  1. Cooking Well: Alcohol-Free Beverages
  2. Zero Proof Cocktails: Alcohol-Free Beverages for Every Occasion by Liz Scott, 2009-04-21
  3. Drinks Without Alcohol by Jane Brandt, 1999-08-01
  4. Restaurants Unlimited grows with Non-Alcohol offerings: high-end adult drinks program takes award.(Cheers Beverage Conference): An article from: Cheers
  5. Smart Drinks: Alcohol-Free Natural Beverages by Bob Schwiers, 1997-05
  6. Canada Dry Alcohol-Free Party Drinks: Recipes & Serving Ideas for More Than 300 Delicious Beverages by Canada Dry Development Staff, 1997-12-01
  7. Non-Alcohol Drink Recipes Galore...133 PAGES of the greatest Non-Alcoholic Recipes AvailableWOW!! by cookpedia, 2010-01-03
  8. Non-alcohol knockouts: crafting creative non-alcohol drinks pumps up profits and increases customer satisfaction.: An article from: Cheers by Ellie Van Savage, 2007-01-01
  9. ServSafe Alcohol- Fundamentals of Responsible Alcohol Service by NRAEducationalFoundation, 2005
  10. ServSafe Alcohol Five DVD Set by National Restaurant Association, 2005-05-13
  11. ServSafe Alcohol Instructor DVD Toolkit (DVD 5, Instructor's Guide, Instructor CD-ROM, Coursebook w/Exam) by National Restaurant Association, 2005-03-22
  12. ServSafe Alcohol DVD 5: Evaluating Real-World Scenarios by National Restaurant Association, 2005-03-15
  13. Mocktails and Other Alcohol-Free Drinks by Frank Thomas, Karen Brown, 2001-12
  14. The Little Book of Alcohol-Free Cocktails (Little Book of Cocktails) by Nikoli, 2003-08-28

1. Alcohol Page, Foodservices, Hospitality Services,equipment,
beverages nonalcohol. Company. Service. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of N.E.
Beverages Non-Alcohol Company Service Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of N.E. 9B Street Needham Heights, MA 02494 Carbonated beverages, non-carbonated beverages including juices, water and isotonics. Pepsi-Cola 100 Fifth Ave. Waltham, MA 02451 Full line of beverage dispensing equipment; fountain, vedning and visi-coolers. Carbonated line-up consists of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew and Pepsi One. The leading line-up of non-carbonated beverages includes: Aquafina water, Lipton, Ocean Spray, All SPort and Starbuck's Frappuccino.

2. Evalu8 - Recipes:Beverages (non-alcohol), Shakes
NAPA VALLEY GRILLE DOES nonalcohol RIGHT. BY AURORA GALLAGHER / PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANA LEIDEL Our 'Zero-Proof' beverages are completely consistent with our mission - and my passion
keyword search: AND OR Home Recipes Beverages (non-alcohol), Shakes Smoothies, freezies, beverages, sodas, pops, juices, mixers, blends, mocktails, sippin' stuff, and whistle-wetters, we have 'em all here. Non-alcoholic, of course.
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Papaya and Mango Shake

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Granita (Almond Granita)

courtesy of Karen Barnaby, Executive Chef, Fish House
A refreshing treat: Serve the same day or cover and keep frozen for up to two days. Stir with a fork to break up the granita before serving. [ More
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3. Creamy Creation | Cream Liqueurs And Beverages
Supplying beverage companies with cream liqueur ingredients for alcohol and nonalcohol based cocktails, cream liqueurs, health drinks, dairy and non-dairy beverages.
Creamy Creation cream liqueurs, cream base alcohol, creamy liqueur, part of Campina,
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4. Welcome To Lone Star/Big Daddy's Catering And Event Management - Ottawa Catering
nonalcohol beverages. Non Alcoholic Margaritas Original Lime or Strawberry! 2.49per 10 oz. Texas Ice Tea Lemonade .99 per 10 oz. Soft Drinks 1.29 per 12 oz.

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Non-Alcohol Beverages
Non Alcoholic Margaritas
Original Lime or Strawberry!
2.49 per 10 oz
.99 per 10 oz Soft Drinks
1.29 per 12 oz Bottled Water
1.99 per 20 oz
.99 per 10 oz Fruitopia Juices
1.99 per 16 oz Alcoholic Beverages Famous Lone Star Frozen Margaritas
Original Lime or Strawberry! 4.49 per 10 oz Domestic Beer 3.63 per 12 oz Corona 4.32 per 12 oz Wine by the Glass 3.99 per 5 oz Wine by the Bottle 15.99 per 26 oz Liquor Shots 3.81 per 1 oz Liqueurs 4.23 per 1 oz Original Loaded Soda 4.91 per 12 oz Cash and host bars can be operated under our liquor license catering endorsement. All our Lone Star Catering bartenders are certified under the SMART SERVE Responsible Server Training Program. Please drink responsibly. Sobriety is no accident! 15% Gratuities apply to Host bars. Minimum bar sales of $250.00 before taxes (17%) and on site services. Fajitas Appetizers Party Platters Sandwich Boards ... Service

5. Beverage And Drink Recipes - Alcohol And Non-alcohol
Recipes beverages. about this site. Back to Food Drink main site, Whiskey sourrecipes; White wine sangria recipe. nonalcohol Recipe for flavored coffee;
Recipes: Beverages
about this site Back to main site Find A Site Alcohol Non-Alcohol © 2002 Pagewise, Inc.

6. 695 Smithe Street - Non-Alcohol Cabaret - March 28, 2002
No alcoholic beverages will be available, only juices and water. nonalcohol cabarets are excluded from the Granville
    Date: March 11, 2002
    Author/Local: Guy Gusdal/604 871-6461 RTS No. 2481 CC File No. 2614-23
TO: Standing Committee on Planning and Environment FROM: Chief License Inspector SUBJECT: 695 Smithe - Non-Alcohol Cabaret (Dance Hall)
Afterhours Entertainment Inc. CONSIDERATION
    A. THAT Council, having considered the opinion of area residents and business operators of the community as determined by neighbourhood notification and Council policy, supports the application by Afterhours Entertainment Inc., for a non-alcohol cabaret (dance hall) at 695 Smithe Street, subject to:
      i) A Time-Limited Development Permit with the condition that the sale or consumption of alcohol will not be permitted; ii) The Liquor Control and Licensing Branch to be informed that the City does not support a liquor license at this location; iii) A Good Neighbour Agreement signed prior to the issuance of a Business License;
      iv) Seating capacity to be determined by Fire and Building Bylaw calculations but not to exceed 240 persons; v) No exotic entertainment/dancers permitted; and

7. Very-low Alcohol Beverages - IPRC Factline
the alcoholic beverage industry could run ads for these nonalcohol beers non-alcoholicbrews are not legally considered to be alcoholic beverages, they are
Indiana Prevention Resource Center
on Very-Low Alcohol Beverages
Permission granted for free distribution of copies for non-profit educational use. All other rights reserved.
Legal Issues
VERY-LOW ALCOHOL BEVERAGES What looks like a beer, smells like a beer, tastes like a beer, even foams like a beer, but is not a beer? The answer is: a "NON-ALCOHOLIC BEER," a name that brewers have given to very low-alcohol beverages. These so-called "non-alcoholic" brews are not free of alcohol. By law, non-alcoholic beverages may contain no more than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume. For products to be treated as an alcoholic beverage under the law, they must contain at least 0.5 percent alcohol by volume. By comparison, natural fermentation produces similar low levels of alcohol in most fruit juices. Typical levels of alcohol in orange juice range from 0.2 percent to 0.5 percent. The alcohol level in the two best selling "non-alcoholic brews" is 0.28 percent and 0.37 percent. Most true beers in Indiana contain about 4 percent alcohol, with low-alcohol beers having about 2.5 percent alcohol, and light beers about 3.2 percent alcohol (ranging from 1.9 percent to 4 percent). Although the very-low alcohol beverages do not contain enough alcohol to cause intoxication when taken in reasonable doses it would take about 30 12-ounce servings in one hour to bring a 150-pound man's blood-alcohol concentration up to about 0.10 percent alcohol by volume they have been the center of controversy since more aggressive marketing efforts began a few years ago.

8. Coastal Beverage - Anheuser Busch Distributor For Collier & Southern Lee Countie
Non Alcoholic beverages. This non-alcohol brew contains less than one-half of 1percent alcohol by volume and is marketed to those who want the great taste of
PRODUCTS Budweiser Family Michelob Family Busch Family
Corona Imports
... Alliance Partner Products Non - Alcoholic Beverages Rolled out nationally in January 2001, 180 is a refreshing, lightly carbonated, orange citrus-flavored energy drink with vitamins B-6, B-12 and C (all at 100% RDI), and enhanced with the unique taste of natural guarana. The name "180" communicates the "turnaround" or "energetic lift" people look for in an energy drink. O'Doul's This non-alcohol brew contains less than one-half of 1 percent alcohol by volume and is marketed to those who want the great taste of Anheuser-Busch beer in a non-alcohol brew. O'Doul's was introduced nationally in 1990. O'Doul's Amber Introduced in 1997, this brand is brewed using two-row and specialty caramel malts with a blend of the finest imported and domestic hops, to create a full-bodied non-alcohol brew. O'Doul's Amber offers consumers the look and richer taste of an all-malt specialty beer in a non-alcohol beverage. Busch NA The company's first subpremium-priced, non-alcohol brew debuted in 1994.

9. Stoke's Bay Grill & Bar
• Menu • Reservations • Entertainment • Meeting Facilities. beverages.Bottled Water. Milkshake. $3.50 Order Milkshake online. nonalcohol Beer.

10. Noncarbonated Beverages In Convenience Stores | NACS Show 2003
In its 5,800 US stores, noncarbonated beverages account for approximately twothirdsof its overall cooler space dedicated to non-alcohol beverages.
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Noncarbonated Beverages in Convenience Stores
Behind the cooler doors in convenience stores are some of the hottest products in the industry. Whether they are sports drinks, bottled water, soothing herbal teas, Chai teas, iced cappuccinos, nutrient-enhanced New Age beverages, or even milk, single-serve drinks are more popular than ever. Convenience store industry trends:
  • Bottled water, sports drinks, and "other packaged beverages" (which includes energy drinks) all increased market share and sales in convenience stores in 2001).
  • On average, per-store sales for noncarbonated beverages were $50,682, a 6.2 percent increase over 2000.
  • In 7-Eleven stores, noncarbonated beverages now outsell soda. In its 5,800 U.S. stores, noncarbonated beverages account for approximately two-thirds of its overall cooler space dedicated to non-alcohol beverages.
  • Noncarbonated beverage sales have increased 20 percent a year since 1993.
Bottled water:
  • More than one out of every five bottles of water (21.5 percent) sold in the country is purchased in a convenience store.
  • According to ACNielson, the "convenience-still" category of bottled water of 1.5 liters or less increased 39.4 percent in convenience stores for the year-long period ending April 2000. This was the third straight year of 30-plus percent growth of this category.

11. 1998 SOI Highlights
Top Ten Product Categories as a percent of InStore Purchases 1997 1. Cigarettes27.6% 2. Beer 14.0 3. Packaged beverages (non-alcohol) 13.6 4. Foodservice
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1998 State of the Industry Highlights Report
A New and Better "SOI"
NACS members will benefit from an enhanced industry performance and benchmarking report this year. The 1998 State of the Industry (SOI) report features the most comprehensive industry data available to date and includes new sections on foodservice and technology usage. To more precisely measure foodservice as distinct from in-store merchandise sales, foodservice has been separated in several data sets. Also strengthening this year's report is the use of new industry merchandise and foodservice categories. These categories were established by NACS in 1997 to improve industrywide ability to consistently measure category performance. A total of 30 categories are reported in the 1998 SOI, plus motor fuels. While these new categories reflect changes from previous SOIs and, therefore, preclude previous year comparisons, they do lay the groundwork for more detailed reporting and analysis of the industry's performance inside the store, benefiting both retailers and suppliers.

12. 83-35
governing such service. 2.4 nonalcohol beverages and food must beavailable where alcohol beverages are served. 2.5 All alcohol
University of Wisconsin-Stout Policy Policy No. 83-35 rev.
    UW-Stout neither solicits nor promotes the sale or consumption of alcohol beverages on its campus. The following policy has been established to insure that the service of alcohol beverages at the university is in compliance with all state and federal laws. The policy also reflects the university's philosophy that the service of alcohol beverages must promote and encourage the responsible use of alcohol.
    2.1 With the exception of alcohol beverages used in the academic training of students in selected programs and its private use in university housing facilities, it is the policy of the University of Wisconsin-Stout that there will be no alcohol beverage service on the campus unless approved by the Director of the Memorial Student Center and served by University Dining Services. 2.2 All alcohol beverage services must be requested through and approved by the Director of the Memorial Student Center or designate.

13. Cheers - Mar 2003 - ZERO-PROOF THROUGH THE ROOF
MultipleMartini power lunches are out, and non-alcohol beverages nowrule lunch. While flavored Martinis may be popular, even cocktail
BY MICHAEL SHERER E ver hear of a licuado? How about a ayran or a jallab? Agua fresca maybe? Or an operation that has so many different types of bottled water that it has a water sommelier? Multiple-Martini power lunches are out, and non-alcohol beverages now rule lunch. While flavored Martinis may be popular, even cocktail hour patrons are turning to virgin versions of the latest flavor faves. The quest for new flavor experiences, in fact, has motivated many operators to become innovative with their beverage menus, especially on the n/a side. In the not too distant past, the best abstaining customers could hope for were coffee, tea, juice, a soda, milk and plain old ice water. For operators, the obvious benefit of a thoughtful non-alcohol beverage list is its tremendous profit potential. Waters, juices and lemonades are commanding between $2 and $5 on many menus. Operators often get more for bottled teas and sodas. And specialty drinks may bring in even more. While most operators are still focused on sales of beverage alcohol, they acknowledge their responsibility to their customers and the community. Non-alcoholic beverages just make good sense.

14. Is Non-Alcohol Beer A Beer?
a demand for nonalcoholic beverages which captures the smell, the taste and thefeeling of an alcohol drink. There are two ways in which non-alcohol beers are
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$B!!!!!!(B $B%-%j%s%S! l$K Summer is when beer tastes really good, but it is also a tough time for auto drivers who have to wait until they get home to quench their thirst. The term "non-alcohol beer" is heard quite often, but is beer with no alcohol content be considered as a beer?
So we asked an attendant at the Hokuriku Kirin Brewery this question, and she wrote a reply back in a letter. Here is an excerpt:
(Non-Alcohol Beer)=a Cold, Beer-Flavoured Beverage
This beer was developed to reduce the increasing number of alcohol poisoning, young people drinking alcohol and driving under the infuence of alcohol. Today, there is a demand for non-alcoholic beverages which captures the smell, the taste and the feeling of an alcohol drink.
There are two ways in which non-alcohol beers are made. One is to restrict the time under fermentation and the other is to take the alcohol out from a regular beer. Based on similar ideas, developments are underway for wines and sakes with alcohol taken out from them.
Kirin's non-alcohol beer is named "Backler", and it has 0.5% alcohol content and is low-calorie. People can try this beverage at the Spring Field Restaurant which is located within the Hokuriku Kirin Brewery.

15. WebGuest - Open Directory : Home : Cooking : Beverages : Cocktails : Non-Alcohol
Home Cooking beverages Punch Non Alcoholic (37). Alcoholic On The Rocks from A handful of recipes, some using non-alcohol substitutes for
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16. Creamy Creation Offers State-of-the-art Emulsion Technology.
flavourful milkbased alcohol or non-alcohol drink. Fruit creams yoghurt liqueursCreamy Creation's patented technology makes these low pH beverages mixable.
Creamy Creation offers state-of-the-art emulsion technology.
Excellent cream liqueurs, ready bottled cocktails, fruit creams,
yoghurt liqueurs and health drinks.
Imagination is the creator of images,
the engine of actions,
the driver of dreams.
It can happen anywhere, anytime.
But it flourishes during extra-ordinary interactions.
At Creamy Creation,
we aim to provide that interaction.
So that your imagination can flow like never before...
Creamy Creation is the place where you can let your imagination flow - like never before. For every marketing idea you can invent, we will create a tailor made product to support it. How? With our state-of-the-art emulsion technology and more than twenty years experience in dairy alcohol combinations. And, as the leader in ingredient systems for emulsified beverages, we will support your business wherever your manufacturing or marketing centers are located. Reliable partnership Creamy Creation is a bus iness unit of DMV International , a leader in business to business marketing of value added functional ingredients. DMV International is built on world class dairy technology and markets its innovative products through a global network of sales offices.

17. Food Beverage
beer and wine and premium brand cocktail service Please note 4 hours servicefor nonalcohol beverages; 3 hours service for Beer, Wine and Cocktails.

18. S I X T H Y E A R S E N I O R
RETURN TO STORE FRONT. Frosted Mug A frosted mug for you alcoholicbeverages and nonalcohol beverages. Style I Love 6YS $15.99.
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19. Registration Form For Authorization To Serve Alcoholic Beverages At University E
Amount and kind of nonalcohol beverages to be served. (Should be equal or greaterthan alcoholic beverages being served).
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK ALCOHOL AWARENESS PROGRAM PHONE 854-5800 FAX 854-5840 REGISTRATION FORM FOR AUTHORIZATION TO SERVE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT UNIVERSITY EVENTS* *All University sponsored events, regardless of location (on or off campus) or age of participants must be registered. For Office Use Event #:_ Please print the following information about the event: Anticipated number in attendance (ID required by all participants) Date of the Event:_ Type of Event (Reception, Dance,
Location (building, room, etc.) Closing time for the event: A. Columbia Students (CUID): B. Other Students (with ID): C. Other (specify): Total A+B+C = D. Number of people under Age 21

20. Events Planning Guide - Food Service And Beverage
alcohol into the bloodstream. Plan the beverages Offer a variety oflow-alcohol and non-alcohol choices. Soda, fruit juices, flavored
Are you planning to serve food and beverages at your event? If so, here are some things you need to consider when holding an event. University regulations do not allow food or beverages in classrooms. There are a number of University rules regarding food sales on campus. Please refer to the University Operating Manual under Scheduling and Use of University Facilities. The University has contracts with certain food vendors. Contact the Contracts and Licenses office or reference the Legal Issues component for more information. A number of the facilities on campus have exclusive contracts with food services companies for catering in their facilities. Below you will find a listing of a number of the food service operators on campus. Please note the areas where these groups have exclusive rights. Fawcett Center Contact: Sales and Catering (614) 292-1342 Has exclusive rights to provide food service to any event held in the Fawcett Center.

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