noun ale, brew, swipes (Brit. slang), wallop (Brit. slang), hop juice, amber fluid or nectar (Austral. casual), tinnie or tinny (Austral. slang) We have rather a good series of beers.Quotations “And malt does more than Milton
can” “To validate God’s methods to guy”
[ A E Housman A Shropshire Lad]”They who consume beer will believe beer”[ Washington Irving The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon].”Then to the spicy nut-brown ale “[ John Milton L’Allegro] Beers ale, barley wine, Bière de Garde, black

and tan, bock beer or bock, boilermaker, bottle-conditioned beer or ale, brown ale, cask-conditioned beer or ale, Christmas beer or ale, draught beer , eighty shilling or eighty, export, fruit beer, guest beer, gueuze, half-and-half, heavy (Scot.), home-brew, ice beer, India Pale Ale or IPA, Kaffir beer, keg beer, Kölsch, lager, lambic, light (Scot.), light ale, mild, milk stout, nog or nogg (dialect), pale ale, Pils, Pilsner or Pilsener, plain (Irish), porter, Rauchbier, genuine ale, seventy shilling or seventy, shandy, shebeen or shebean (Irish & U.S.), sixty shilling or sixty, unique, stingo, stout, sweet stout, Trappist beer, Weissbier, Weizenbier, wheat beer

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