beer

All Noun
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  • Colorado now also has the largest annual production of beer of any state.
  • For some time it was possible to order draft beer with one's order.
  • Beers from both companies began to see production at the two facilities.
  • The normal blend was around two parts young beer to one part old.
  • S&N owned or co-owned three of the top ten beers in Europe.
  • The existence of several beers with similar names has caused problems in some markets.
  • Give this beer a try even if you don't like dark beers.
  • Non-alcoholic beer has also become a popular alternative during recent years.
  • People either drink from the can or pour the beer into a glass.
  • Beer kept active with work in his field.
  • Some citizens and local churches were against the event due to a beer garden that was set up in the local park.
  • Instead, James reduced the range of beers they produced and set out to find new markets.
  • They released the single on their self-made Black Label record company, named after the brand of beer.
  • Australia is one of the worlds major quality wine and beer producing nations.
  • The friends share some food and a few beers (including the dog).
  • Over the years it has received awards for its beers.
  • This beer is available only in the months of fall and winter (April to September).
  • There is a business May Country Store that serves food fuel and cold beer.
  • These have become quite famous and are considered by many beer critics to be among the finest in the world.
  • However, it continued to grow and send its beers to other towns within Poland.
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Synonyms of beer

Meaning of beer

  • noun A general name for alcoholic beverages made by fermenting a cereal (or mixture of cereals) flavored with hops