As Newman proved, a spark of inspiration can turn up in any meal or beverage.
PG has been used in more than 4,000 food, beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products for more than 50 years.
Their guesthouse is particularly lauded for its restaurant and beverage program.
General admission is free, and food and beverage tickets cost a small fee.
Pallets of the beverage would sit on tarmacs exposed to extreme heat in Kuwait during Desert Storm.
It is used as a beverage, which is prepared by grating about half a teaspoonful of one of the cakes into about a teacup of water.
You are not drinking wine, your beverage is a solution of copper batzen in vinegar!'
In the larger towns of course any beverage of the day was kept at the taverns—sherry toddy, mulled wine, madeira, and cider.
We heard, afterwards, that the beverage had produced no effect.
Presently he brought it in, and proceeded to fill a couple of long, Rhinewine glasses with the beverage.
mid-13c., from Anglo-French beverage, Old French bevrage, from Old French boivre "to drink" (Modern French boire; from Latin bibere "to imbibe;" see imbibe) + -age, suffix forming mass or abstract nouns.