uncarbonated


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Adj.1.uncarbonated - not having carbonationuncarbonated - not having carbonation    
noneffervescent - not effervescent
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Meant to be savored like a fine cognac or port, Utopias is a rich, uncarbonated extreme beer known for its extraordinary flavor profile.
It sold more of such uncarbonated drinks in North America for three months ended June 28, but not enough to offset the decline in sodas.
This was usually prescribed as 1/2 to 1 ounce of the syrup in plain uncarbonated water.
In New York, Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposes clearing store shelves of perhaps their most useless product, the food-like entity we know as soda or pop and its uncarbonated variants.
Regular soft drinks are still king in the beverage department, especially if you add "fruit drinks" (which are largely uncarbonated soda).
It's uncarbonated and meant to be savored in a 2-ounce pour from a snifter.
Aspen Beverage Group is a coffee roaster and producer of coffee concentrates, frozen carbonated and uncarbonated beverages and powdered smoothie mixes.
And Oregon's 33-year-old Bottle Bill - the legislation that oversees redemption - doesn't include uncarbonated beverages, which have grown over the years.
A variety of organisms, including coliforms, can be found in mineral water and will survive for a considerable length of time, particularly in uncarbonated water supplied in plastic bottles or bottled by hand (30).
The new beverage is uncarbonated, and the company suggests serving it at room temperature in two-ounce servings.
The one in Gresik uses the local technology to produce uncarbonated coal briquette.
That result came from a study of air bubbles injected into uncarbonated water containing a dissolved protein, bovine serum albumin.