Liquor Manasquan NJ

distilled beveragespiritliquorhard liquor or hard alcohol is an alcoholic beverage produced by distillation of a mixture produced from alcoholic fermentation. This process purifies it and removes diluting components like water, for the purpose of increasing its proportion of alcohol content (commonly expressed as alcohol by volume,ABV). As distilled beverages contain more alcohol they are considered "harder" – in North America, the term hard liquor is used to distinguish distilled beverages from undistilled ones, which are implicitly weaker. Liquor Manasquan NJ.

As examples, this does not include beverages such as beerwine, and cider, as they are fermented but not distilled. These all have relatively low alcohol content, typically less than 15%. Brandy is a spirit produced by the distillation of wine, and has an ABV over 35%. Other examples of distilled beverages include vodkaginrumwhiskyeau de vie (fruit brandy or schnapps), tequilabaijiusojuaguardientepálinkacachaçasinganiborovička and slivovitz. Liquor Manasquan NJ.

The origin of "liquor" and its close relative "liquid" was the Latin verb liquere, meaning "to be fluid". According to the Oxford English Dictionary, an early use of the word in the English language, meaning simply "a liquid", can be dated to 1225. The first use the OED mentions of its meaning "a liquid for drinking" occurred in the 14th century. Its use as a term for "an intoxicating alcoholic drink" appeared in the 16th century. Liquor Manasquan NJ.

The term "spirit" in reference to alcohol stems from Middle Eastern alchemy. These alchemists were more concerned with medical elixirs than with transmuting lead into gold. The vapor given off and collected during an alchemical process (as with distillation of alcohol) was called a spirit of the original material. Liquor Manasquan NJ.

The term spirit refers to a distilled beverage that contains no added sugar and has at least 20% alcohol by volume (ABV). Liquor Manasquan NJ.

Distilled beverages bottled with added sugar and added flavorings, such as Grand MarnierFrangelico, and American schnapps, are known instead as liqueurs. In common usage, the distinction between spirits and liqueurs is widely unknown or ignored; as a consequence, in general, all alcoholic beverages other than beer and wine are referred to as spirits. Liquor Manasquan NJ.

Beer and wine, which are not distilled beverages, are limited to a maximum alcohol content of about 20% ABV, as most yeasts cannot reproduce when the concentration of alcohol is above this level; as a consequence, fermentation ceases at that point. Liquor Manasquan NJ.



 

Mailing Address:
401 Broadway
Point Pleasant Beach NJ 08742

Phone: 732-892-2090
Fax: 732-892-1776

Email: farrellspub@optonline.net

 

Directions:

South on the Garden State Parkway:

Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 98. Follow Route 34 South Past the first traffic circle. At the Rt 70/34/35 traffic intersection, take Route 35 South, follow the signs to Point Pleasant Beach and you will cross the Manasquan River bridge. Take the first left hand turn just past the Exxon Station heading back to the bridge and make the right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant. 

North on the Garden State Parkway:

Take the Garden State Parkway to exit 90, turn right at the exit ramp and follow to Route 70. Turn left on to Route 70 East, following signs to Route 88. Turn right on to Route 88 East and continue east until Route 88 in Point Pleasant Beach leads into Route 35 North. Turn right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. 
Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant. 

East on Route 195:

East to Exit 35. Continue on Route 34 South. At the Rt 70/34/35 traffic intersection, take Route 35 South, follow the signs to Point Pleasant Beach and you will cross the Manasquan River bridge. Take the first left hand turn just past the Exxon Station heading back to the bridge and make the right onto Broadway which heads directly towards the beach. Farrell’s is on your left hand side. Parking available in the lot in front of the restaurant.

 

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