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  • n. Plural form of tippler.


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  • So FIRE has produced a handy hall-of-shame, a new feature called Red Alert, to separate the occasional tipplers from the truly power-drunk.

    Red Alert!

  • Typical was the scene at a Boston “public house” in 1714, when a judge was summoned from his home to expel a group of tipplers who refused to leave at closing time.

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  • A diverse crowd includes in-the-know tipplers, small groups of friends and a lot of women but it's no pick-up joint.

    Aloha in SoHo

  • A diverse crowd includes in-the-know tipplers, small groups of friends and a lot of women.

    Sunshine in a Glass

  • But over the years, tastes have changed, and many dedicated tipplers have found that martinis made with vodka are more pleasurable than those made with gin.

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  • Dedicated to local independent distillers and bottlers, the festival also focuses on bottles from the rest of Scotland and beyond, and seeks to please and surprise serious enthusiasts and tentative tipplers alike.

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  • She was peering out at her royal spouse and his fellow tipplers, and the frown on her face gave Grief his cue.


  • Not only is the average age of tipplers coming down, many of them have more disposable income and choose to be associated with bigger, better known brands.

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  • Photo: AP Indeed, the entire mass-produced beer business has been under pressure for some years as more tipplers turn to craft products, imports and wine and spirits.

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  • As for tipplers, industry observers say that privatized distribution may not necessarily lead to lower prices and greater selection.

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