Some articles on spirits, spirit:
... alcoholic beverages that have an alcohol content of at least 20% ABV are called spirits ... Spirits are produced by the distillation of a fermented base product ... Spirits can be added to wines to create fortified wines, such as port and sherry ...
... carried out a landing near Sandgate with 250 men taking part, unloading a galley laden with spirits, tobacco and salt that had been rowed across the ... The story goes that he found a stash of spirits hidden by the smugglers and with the proceeds of the sale bought his house The Bourne Tap, from where he ...
... Juliet Of The Spirits" (Zoned Out Mix) – 454 "Juliet Of The Spirits" (Dan McKie Vocal Mix) – 817 "Juliet Of The Spirits" (Glenn Morrison Bruce Aisher Mix ...
... He was killed by Roman spirits while trying to protect his beloved master ... Ammet was a powerful spirit mentioned in Ptolemy's Gate ... Unusually among spirits, he served his master Khaba willingly as they shared the same interests and desires ...
... beverage control state Alcohol sale hours Grocery Store Sales Notes Beer Wine Distilled spirits On-premises Off-premises Beer Wine Distilled Spirits New ... Wine spirits 9 am–midnight Mon–Sat, Noon–9 pm Sunday ... Yes No Off-premises sale of wine and spirits is only at liquor stores, and beer is not sold at liquor stores it must be sold at supermarkets and convenience stores ...
Famous quotes containing the word spirits:
“Devils soonest tempt, resembling spirits of light.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave,
There are souls that are pure and true;
Then give to the world the best you have,
And the best will come back to you.”
—Madeline Bridges (fl. C. 1840)
“But seldom the laurel wreath is seen
Unmixed with pensive pansies dark;
Theres a light and a shadow on every man
Who at last attains his lifted mark
Nursing through night the ethereal spark.
Elate he never can be;
He feels that spirits which glad had hailed his worth,
Sleep in oblivion.The shark
Glides white through the phosphorus sea.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)