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Chapter 5

Carolyn Elbert

on 21 September 2015

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Transcript of Beverages

Types of Beverages
History of Wine
The Brewing Process
Types of Wine
Light Beverage
: "Still" no Carbonation

Natural "Organic"
: minimal chemicals/technology used

: bandy or wine alcohol added (higher alcohol, sweeter)

: fortified and flavored with herbs, roots, flowers & barks

: contains CO2, natural or added
*To be called champagne it MUST be from the champagne region of France*
Alcoholic(Wine,Beer&Spirit) and Nonalcoholic
Wine is the fermented juice of sugar-containing fruit

Maybe classified by color (red,white or rose) or type

Produced for centuries:
Wines of the past are NOT like the wines of today

Good wine is dependent on:
Method of making wine
Beer is brewed from water, malt, yeast and hops
Made from a liquid that has been fermented & distilled

*High percentage of Alcohol* "Proof"

Grapes/Fruit: gin (juniper berries)
Grains: whiskey(Scotch & Bourbon) & vodka
Cactus: tequila
Sugar Cane/Molasses: rum
Nonalcoholic Beverages
Coffee-specialty coffee sales over 4 billion a year
ISU (HUB) Caribou Coffee, second busiest Franchise in the system
Tea - 2nd to coffee in terms of "sales" importance
tea leaves have 2x the caffeine of coffee beans
Juices - Juice Bars (smoothies), "Healthful Drinks"
Energy drinks - legal stimulants; that claim to provide energy
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Beverages are a good source of income/profit

**Greater Profit = Greater Responsibilities**
Liquor Liability & The Law
Owners, Managers, Bartenders & Servers, maybe liable under the law if they serve alcohol to minors or to people who are intoxicated

Laws vary by STATE and it YOUR responsibility to learn what law apply

Penalties involved for serving alcohol to minors
Check for fake ID's
Refusing to serve minors
Carding all guests who look younger than a certain age
Confiscating fake ID's

BAC Limit in Illinois

Number of Drinks & BAC Level in 1 Hour of Drinking

1 Drink = .54 oz of pure alcohol
(1 can of beer, 1 glass of wine, 1 shot of liquor)
male - 170lbs 4 drinks female -137lbs 3 drinks
Water accounts for up to 85%-89% of the finished product
Trends in Beer
Organic, Craft Beers, Microbreweries & Brewpubs
Under 21................................................... .00
School Bus Drivers........................... .00
Commercial Driver's License... .04
Over 21...................................................... .08
BAC Limit in Iowa
Under 21.................................................. .02
Commercial Driver's License... .04
Over 21..................................................... .08
The combination of food & beverage can enhance the overall dining experience

Foods & beverages have different flavors, textures & aromas

Matching food & beverages can give you a new, more interesting, flavor
Why is pairing food with beverages important?
How to Approach Menu Planning with Beverage Pairing
Identify Recipe, Main Ingredient, Break Down:
Main Ingredient Tendencies
Specific Techniques
Specific Ingredients
**There are NO set formulas in food and beverage pairing**
personal understanding and experience
Main Ingredient Tendencies
General tendencies of the main ingredient:
Types of cooking methods or wines they gravitate towards
Ex: Maryland Crab Cakes; light weight & texture
suitable for light -to medium-bodied wines/beers
Cooking techniques have an impact on flavor
**There are always exceptions based on ingredients**
Specific Techniques
Specific Ingredients
Accompaniments can provide additional complementary and contrasting elements to the main ingredient
Ingredients that can strongly impact pairing:
Acid - citrus, vinegar, etc.
Butter & Cream
Chili Peppers - jalapenos, crushed red pepper, etc.
Dried Fruit - raisins, apricots, cherries, prunes, cranberries, apples, pears, etc.
Dry Spices - cayenne, cardamon, coriander, allspice, nutmeg, cloves, fennel, anise, curry, turmeric, mustard, etc.
Herbs - basil, mint, cilantro, tarragon, sage, thyme, chives, rosemary, etc.
Horseradish and Wasabi
Nuts - walnuts, pecan, macadamia, pistachio, almond, pine nut, hazelnut/filbert, etc.
Where in the world is....
Wine Grown
North America: California, Oregon, Washington, New York and Canada
Europe: France, Spain, Germany, Portugal and Italy
South America: Chile, Argentina
Africa: South Africa
France is the most notable- Wine, Cognac and Champagne
What is Beer?
Beer is a BREWED & FERMENTED beverage
Lager, Ale & Stout
Mash-Based, Yeast-Fermented
Brandy:distilled from wine
*Cognac is the best brandy in the world
$3000 a bottle
Increased in Popularity: Healthier Lifestyles and Education
Carbonated Beverages
Do You Buy &Drink Bottled Water?
Bottle water vs tap, can you tell the difference?
Bar and Beverage Operations
Bar Setup: organized & designed for efficiency
Inventory: Safeguard Assets
Beverage Management Technology

Hire Trustworthy Employees
"Spotters" or Secret Shoppers
Account for 25% to 30% of total Restaurant Sales
With great profit comes greater responsibilities
China is an emerging wine growing region
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