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TYPES OF ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

TYPES OF ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 17 T here are different types of alcohol. Some are used in chemistry laboratories and industry, e.g. isopropyl and methyl alcohol.

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Montana Brewing Co. / Billings Brewery

**Beverages Beer Coffee Juice Soda • • • • Tea Water Wine • • • Beer Montana Brewing Co. / Billings Brewery Big Sky...Small Brewery...Big Beer Travis Zeilstra Brewer 113 N Broadway Billings, MT 59101 (406) 252-9200 [email protected] Montana's only brew pub.

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Beer StOre OpenS at nOOn O - January 23-28, 2012 DOGT AG Sale ...

All items may not be available in all stores. In case of printing or pricing error, store price will prevail. regularly sale price SpiritS

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages — The Facts

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages — The Facts What is as ugar-sweetened beverag e? A sugar-sweetened beverage is a drink with sugar added.Sugar has many names.To find out if a drink contains sugar,look for any of these words on the list of ingredients:sugar,high-fructose corn syrup, brown sugar,corn ...

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Taxing Caloric Sweetened Be verages

b Taxing Caloric Sweetened Beverages: Potential Effects on Beverage Consumption, Calorie Intake, and Obesity / ERR-100 Economic Research Service/USDA w w w w w. e r s. u s d a. g o v o o Visit Our Website To Learn More!

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beverages shirley temple 2.75 roy rogers 2.75 pink lemonade 2.75 soft drinks 2.25

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Does Drinking Beverages with Added Sugars Increase the Risk ...

Does Drinking Does Drinking Beverages with Added Beverages with Added Sugars Increasethe Sugars Increasethe Risk of Overweight? Risk of Overweight? Overweight and obesity are health problems that affect a large number of people in the United States.

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Quinine-containing beverages may cause health problems

Quinine-containing beverages may cause health problems . Updated BfR Health Assessment* No 020/2008, 17 February 2005 . Quinine is a bitter-tasting, crystalline white powder.

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Sugar- Sweetened Beverages:

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Extra Sugar, Extra Calories, and Extra Weight NOVEMBER, 2009 1. "Dietary Sugars Intake and Cardiovascular Health. A Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association."

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Note: The ++ denotes a 19% service charge on all food and beverages. There is an appropriate delivery charge and a charge of $125.00 per attendant for functions requiring service staff.

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