- n. Plural form of beer.
“More chance to savor beers from the award-winning Devil's Backbone, a tiny brewpub in Nelson County, Va., or Pennsylvania's Troegs, or locals Sweetwater Tavern and Mad Fox Brewing Co.”
“When we played San Diego, I outlawed all West Coast beers from the house (including my beloved Stone IPA).”
“The five-course dinner starts at 7 p.m. with beers from the Black Forest, Blue Point, the Brickhouse, John Harvard's, and Southampton being featured.”
“Pumpkin beers have come a long way since we first tasted those fizzy orange lagers that tasted more like artificial pumpkin filling than actual fruit, and aficionados now seek out spiced pumpkin ales instead of treating them like a novelty that happens to come around during Oktoberfest season.”
“In this week's Going Out Guide chat, the Gurus answered your questions about hotel bars, chocolate martinis, pumpkin beers and more.”
“The boss finished his twin beers, filched a jug of margheritas intended for the tree loppers, skolled it, and promptly threw it up.”
“Craft brewers are making a big bet on their small-label beers.”
““Hey Sar, go grab a few more beers from the fridge, we still have the whole night till the administrator comes in in the morning!””
“The only thing missing from these beers is actual pumpkin.”
“Well, the wine and beer stand to reason, at least based on the export stuff I've come across -- Australian wine is terrific, whereas to my taste, anyway their major-label beers are pretty forgettable.”
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