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Beverage

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Beverage

  1. 1. CONTENT INTRODUCTION OF BEVERAGE CLASSIFICATION OF BEVERAGE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FERMENTED DISTILLED COMPOUND NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE STIMULATING REFRESHING NOURISHING CONCLUSION BIBILOGRAPHY
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION OF BEVERAGE  Beverage is an potable liquid.  Excludes water. The word beverage derived from Latin word called “bever” which means rest. www.inhotelmanagement.blogspot.com
  3. 3. CLASSIFICATION OF BEVERAGE  Beverage is classified into two categories: 1. Alcoholic 2. Non-alcoholic Beverage Alcoholic Fermented Distilled Compound Non- alcoholic Stimulating Refreshing Nourishing Joshi B.P. and Shrestha R. (2010)
  4. 4. Alcohol beverage is classified into 3 categories 1. Fermented 2. Distilled 3. Compound This contains edible alcohol i.e. ethyl alcohol. It is restricted to drink for the children. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE www.slideshare.net
  5. 5. FERMENTED ALCOHOL •Fermented alcohol is prepared by the process of breaking down sugar in liquid form into alcohol and CO2 with the reaction of yeast. •Alcoholic strength is from 5% to 25% alcohol by volume. •Examples: Beer, wines etc. www.homebrewtalk.com
  6. 6. DISTILLED ALCOHOL •It is an alcoholic beverage containing ethanol that is produced by distilling ethanol produced by means of fermenting grain, fruit, or vegetables. •Alcoholic strength: up to 75.5% alcohol by volume. •Examples: Whiskey, vodka, rum, brandy, tequila etc www.homedistiller.org
  7. 7. COMPOUND ALCOHOL •These are the flavored alcohol. •It contains high alcoholic strength. •Examples: Gin, liqueur etc. www.fnbclasses.blogspot.com
  8. 8. NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE • A beverage which does not contain any alcohol or it may contain little alcohol. •It is healthy for health. •it can be classified into three categories. 1. Stimulating 2. Refreshing 3. Nourishing www.slideshare.net
  9. 9. STIMULATING •Helps to stimulate the vital organs of our body. •Coffee and tea are considered as an stimulating beverage because they contain Caffeine •They are hot beverages usually but they can be cold too. www.prezi.com
  10. 10. REFRESHING •Refreshing beverage helps to refresh our body as well as our mind. •It helps to kill our thirst. •Types of refreshing beverages •Squash •Aerated water(coke, fanta, pepsi etc) •Spring water •Syrup Oli G.S. and Chhetri B.B. (2011)
  11. 11. NOURISHING •Nourishing beverage helps us to gain the energy. •It is healthy for our body. •It contains lots of nutrients. •Juices and milk based are the nourishing beverages. www.stockport.nhs.uk
  12. 12. CONCLUSION 1. Beverage is an drink which can be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. 2. Alcoholic beverage is an beverage which contains edible alcohol called ethyl alcohol.  Classified into 3 categories  Fermented (beer, wines etc.)  Distilled(vodka, rum, brandy etc.)  Compound(gin, liqueurs etc) 3. Non-alcoholic beverage does not contain alcohol. It is too categorized into 3 categories • Stimulating(tea and coffee) • Refreshing (coke, fanta, spring water etc.) • Nourishing(fruits and vegetable juices and milk based)
  13. 13. BIBILOGRAPHY •Hotel Management: Introduction of Beverage, Hotel Management, [online], available at, <http://inhotelmanagement.blogspot.com/2011/07/hotel-management-introduction-of.html>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Joshi B.P. and Shrestha R. 2010. Fundamentals of hotel management. Kathmandu: sukunda pustak bhandar. •Alcoholic-beverages-presentation, Slideshare, [online], available at, < http://www.slideshare.net/bhavna123/alcoholic-beverages-presentation>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Fermented beverages, Homebrewtalk, [online], available at, <http://www.homebrewtalk.com/wiki/index.php/Category:Fermented_beverages>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Home Distillation of Alcohol, Homedistiller, [online], available at, <http://homedistiller.org/intro/intro>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Compound alcoholic beverages, fnbclasses.blogspot, [online], available at, <http://fnbclasses.blogspot.com/2010/08/compound-alcoholic-beverages.html>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Non-alcoholic beverages, slideshare, [online], available at, <http://www.slideshare.net/RaviDandotiya/non-alcoholic-beverages>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Stimulating beverages, prezi, [online], available at, <http://prezi.com/ft9hgwewtocc/stimulating-beverages/>, [accessed 19th Jan 2014] •Oli G.S. and Chhetri B.B. 2011. Hotel management principles and practices. Kathmandu, Nepal: Buddha publication. •Nourishing drinks, Stockport, [online], available at, <https://www.stockport.nhs.uk/documents/PIL/42398_TG45.pdf>, [accessed 20th Jan 2014]

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