‘Beverages’ is a drink other than water; an explanation on commercial context. Beverages are further divided into ‘Alcoholic beverages’ and ‘Non-alcoholic’ beverages.
Non-alcoholic beverages refers to non-intoxication drinks or sweet carbonated drinks, which doesn’t have any liquor percentage or in other words yeast is not introduced to convert sugar into alcohol during the fermentation process.
Soft drinks comes in different variety like chilled, hot, bottled, canned or open liquids. The bottles or cans drinks are hygienically packed, e.g. aerated waters, mineral water, juices, squashes, syrups, smoothies, shakes etc. to be consumed as and when required.
These are portable liquid which contain 1% to 75% of liquor. They are produced by the introduction of yeast for fermentation into substance such as Grapes, Grains, Barley, Fruits, Sugarcane and Rice.
Some examples of Alcoholic beverages are Wine, Champagne, Beer, Whiskey, Brandy, Aperitif, Degestive, Liqueur, Spirits, Sake, Rice Wine and Cocktails.