liquor

[n] - a liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process 2. [n] - distilled rather than fermented 3. [n] - the liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked
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liquor

water before it has malt or hops added to it
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Liquor

The quality of the water that is used to brew is an important factor in the flavour of the beer. Brewers refer to the water they work with as 'liquor'.
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Liquor

Liq'uor (lĭk'ẽr) noun [ Middle English licour , licur , Old French licur , French liqueur , from Latin liquor , from liquere to be liquid. See Liquid , and confer Liqueur .] 1. Any liquid substance, as water, milk, blood,
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Liquor

Liq'uor transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Liquored (-ẽrd); present participle & verbal noun Liquoring .] 1. To supply with liquor. [ R.] 2. To grease. [ Obsolete] Bacon. « Liquor f
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liquor

1. A liquid, especially an aqueous solution containing a medicinal substance. ... 2. A general term used in anatomical nomenclature for certain fluids of the body. ... See: solution. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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liquor

spirits noun an alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented
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liquor

noun a liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process; `waste liquors`
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liquor

pot likker noun the liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked
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liquor

(lik´әr) (li´kwor) a liquid, especially an aqueous solution, containing medicinal substances. anatomical terminology for any of various body fluids. liquor folliculi the fluid in the cavity of a developing graafian follicle.
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Liquor

• (n.) Specifically, alcoholic or spirituous fluid, either distilled or fermented, as brandy, wine, whisky, beer, etc. • (n.) A solution of a medicinal substance in water; -- distinguished from tincture and aqua. • (v. t.) To grease. • (v. t.) To supply with liquor. • (n.) Any liquid substance, as water, milk, blood, sap, j
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liquor

1. a liquid, especially an aqueous solution containing a medicinal substance. 2. a general term used in anatomical nomenclature for certain fluids of the body. See also solution.
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liquor

Type: Term Pronunciation: li′kŏr, -wōr-is, -wō′rēs Definitions: 1. Any liquid or fluid. 2. A term used for certain body fluids. 3. The pharmacopoeial term for any aqueous solution (not a decoction or infusion) of a nonvolatile substance and for aqueous solutions of gases.
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Liquor

A distilled, alcoholic beverage made from a fermented mash of various ingredients.
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Liquor

Hot water used in mashing.
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Liquor

The brewer's word for water used in the brewing process, as included in the mash or, used to sparge the grains after mashing.
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Liquor

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. When the alcohol in the liquor reaches 8 or 9%, it can more accurately b
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Liquor

Alcoholic beverage most often distilled, rather than fermented.
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Liquor

Brewing term for the water used in brewing.
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Liquor

. 1. The water used in making beer. 2. The brewer's word for water used in the brewing process, as included in the mash or, used to sparge the grains after mashing.
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Liquor

The brewer
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Liquor

Liquor in beer brewing terms is simply water. The hot liquor tank is a large vessel that heats water for the different steps in the brewing process, the water that is released from the hot liquor tank is known as liquor.
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Liquor

The brewer's word for water used in the brewing process, as included in the mash or, used to sparge the grains after mashing.
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