fermented[ noun fur-ment; verb fer-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF fermented
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERMENTED
The Aztecs, and the Toltecs before them, had the fermented juice of the maguey plant.
This method produces what is known as the "fermented cocoa."
I think so quite apart from the question about fermented liquor.
The original North American knew no fermented or spirituous drink.
The methglin is a fermented liquor, of some potency, made from honey.
Let it ferment in a temperate situation—when fermented, stop it up tight.
When fermented, bottle and cork it, and keep it in a cool place.
When fermented, keep it in a tight keg, or bottle and cork it up.
Turn it off carefully, when fermented, bottle it, and keep it in a cool place.
The aqueous solution so obtained is then fermented to alcohol.