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tr.v. de·al·co·hol·ized, de·al·co·hol·iz·ing, de·al·co·hol·izes
To remove some or all of the alcohol from (beverages): dealcoholized the white wine.

de·al′co·hol′i·za′tion (-hô′lĭ-zā′shən, -hŏl′ĭ-) n.
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The samples were subsequently dehydrated using gradient alcohol (50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 % ethanol) and then the samples were dealcoholized through isoamyl acetate water solutions (50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 %).
We're thinking about a dealcoholized fermented fruit beverage that would optimize the inhibition of the alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase enzymes and also make use of the wines' other healthful bioactive components," said Elvira de Mejia, a U of I professor of food chemistry and food toxicology.
The final bill covered everything from the definition of "intoxicating" (its single most crucial sentence) to whether dealcoholized beer could still be called beer or "near beer," to whether a foreign ship would be allowed to pass through the Panama Canal.
2005, Dealcoholized red wine containing know amounts of resveratrol supresses atheroscle rosis in hypercholesterolemic rabbits without affecting plasma lipid levels.
2480906 Nonalcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; vegetable drinks; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; non-fermented drinks; dealcoholized ciders and fruit wines; beers; all included in Class 32.
In all, researchers said, a daily intake of 150 milliliters (five ounces) of muscadine wine, even in a dealcoholized form, improved diabetics' metabolic responses compared to diabetics who were given the non-fermented, and more sugary, muscadine juice.
Dealcoholized red wine can reduce arterial stiffness without increasing blood pressure.
When consumers expressed an interest in an alcohol-removed wine with the taste and texture of regular wine, the winery developed Sutter Home Fre, the category leader and number one selling dealcoholized wine.
The subjects agreed to not consume any alcohol for a baseline period, then for three one-month periods consumed 30 grams per day of alcohol as red wine or as gin, or an equivalent amount of phenolics from dealcoholized red wine.