PET&Aluminum Beverage Cans Filling Sealing Machine for Juice,Beer,Soft Drink,Water Making line

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Aluminum Beverage Cans Filling Sealing Machine

The Spectrophotometer: A demo and practice experiment

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The spectrophotometer is an instrument used to measure the effect of a sample on a beam of light. We can learn a lot about a substance by studying the way it interacts with light. Here’s how a spectrophotometer works. A lamp provides the source of light. The beam of light strikes the diffraction grating, which […]

How To Make a Giant Flaming Vortex Fountain

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Hey guys welcome back, thanks for joining us today on the king of random. Not too long ago, we showed you how to make a desktop vortex fountain, something that used to pump in a small cistern of water, pumped it up into a cup in a spiral so that as it drained out, it […]

Vaping Alcohol

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Winecast: American Wine

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Hello everybody and welcome to the wine cast. My recent cast on Australian wine inspired me to try the same type of cast for something a little closer to home the U.S. After all, like Australia the U.S. is a huge country and a major player in the world wine market, known for wines from […]

Wine & Pasta | Gennaro Contaldo

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Hi lovely people of Drinks Tube! Today I gonna have three fantastic pasta. I’m gonna match the right wine, which goes for each single pasta. You’re gonna enjoy it. At the moment, I have a lovely, fantastic pasta pomodoro. You can see I have a mozzarella, basils, a little bit of pangrattato with goes on […]

Global Perspectives: Alpana Singh

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>>WELCOME TO GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES. HOW DOES ONE TURN A LOVE FOR FOOD, WINE, AND CULTURE INTO A FABULOUS CAREER? ALPANA SINGH HAS QUITE A STORY TO SHARE.>>GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, WITH PULITZER PRIZE WINNING COMMENTATOR, JOHN BERSIA.>>WELCOME TO THE SHOW ALPANA.>>THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.>>WE’LL TALK ABOUT FOOD AND WINE AND ALL OF THAT BUT TAKE US […]

True GDM Glass Door Merchandisers | Refrigerated Food and Beverage Displays

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True’s glassdoor merchandisers are the industry leader for brilliant food and beverage displays. All GDMs feature R290 hydrocarbon refrigerant, providing an environmentally friendly refrigeration system with shorter compressor runtimes, lower energy consumption, and the industry’s coldest holding temperatures. GDMs come in one, two, and three section units — with either swing or slide self closing […]

This Malt Beverage Tastes Like A Gin & Tonic?

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. TODAY WE’RE TRYING OUT LOCAL CRAFT BEER. THEY HAVE A WHOLE LINE OF GREAT BEERS. THROUGH WERE A COUPLE THAT ARE SO INTERESTING BECAUSE THEY TASTE LIKE A COCKTAIL. JP JOINS US NOW. I WILL ADMIT I WAS VERY SKEPTICAL ABOUT THIS BEER THAT TASTES LIKE A COCKTAIL. BUT THEN, YOU GAVE ME THE […]

Wine Tasting Tips : What are Legs in Wine Tasting?

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One of the most fun steps of wine tasting is to look at the wine’s tears. Tears are also known as legs, arches, or rivulets. What they are is when the wine breaks into what looks like paint dripping down a wall, after you swirl it. Sometimes it’s hard to see, and sometimes it takes […]