Meaning of BEER in English

BEER

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ good , great , quality

▪ cheap

▪ strong

▪ alcohol-free , light , low-alcohol , no-alcohol , non-alcoholic

▪ cold , ice-cold

▪ warm

▪ black , blonde , dark

▪ wheat

▪ craft , specialty (both AmE )

▪ domestic ( esp. AmE ), imported , local

▪ bottled , cask ( BrE ), draught/draft , keg

▪ flat (= that the gas has gone out of)

▪ stale

The bar smelled of stale ~.

▪ home-brewed

▪ ginger , root ( AmE )

… OF BEER

▪ pint ( BrE )

I ordered half a pint of ~ with my sandwich.

▪ barrel , bottle , can , keg , pitcher ( AmE )

▪ cup ( AmE ), glass , mug ( AmE ), tankard

▪ case ( esp. AmE ), crate ( esp. BrE ), six-pack

VERB + BEER

▪ drink

Do you drink ~?

▪ have

Will you have a ~?

▪ get , grab ( esp. AmE )

▪ down

He downed his ~ in one go.

▪ chug ( AmE ), gulp , gulp at , guzzle , sip , sip at , swig

▪ take a gulp of , take a sip of , take a swig of

▪ draw , pour (sb)

This ~ should be drawn slowly.

He poured us all a ~.

▪ spill

▪ buy (sb) , order

I saw him at the bar ordering a ~.

▪ sell , serve

▪ go for ( BrE ), go out for

I'm going (out) for a ~ with Carl tonight.

▪ brew

▪ chill

BEER + VERB

▪ chill

I have some ~s chilling in the cooler.

▪ go flat

▪ flow ( figurative )

The ~ flowed freely after the game.

▪ spill

He slammed his glass down and the ~ spilled over the sides.

BEER + NOUN

▪ drinker , lover

▪ maker

▪ barrel , bottle , can , crate ( esp. BrE ), glass , keg , mug , stein ( AmE ), tankard

▪ coaster ( AmE ), mat ( BrE )

▪ cooler ( esp. AmE )

▪ festival

▪ consumption , production , sales

▪ ad ( informal ), advertisement , commercial

▪ cellar ( BrE ), garden

Children are welcome in the ~ garden.

▪ belly , gut ( both informal )

He's only twenty but he already has a ~ belly.

▪ money

Singing in bars keeps him in ~ money (= earns him a little money) .

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