excellent, good, great, quality | strong | alcohol-free, light, low-alcohol, no-alcohol | cold, ice-cold | warm | foaming
a glass of foaming ice-cold beer
| black, blonde, dark | bottled, cask, draught, keg | flat
(= that the gas has gone out of)
The pub smelled of stale beer.
| home-brewed | designer
The shop specializes in designer beers.
I ordered half a pint of beer with my sandwich.
| barrel, bottle, can, glass, keg, tankard | crate
VERB + BEER
Do you drink beer?
Will you have a beer?
He downed his beer in one go.
| gulp (at), sip (at), swig, take a gulp/sip/swig of | draw, pour (sb)
This beer should be drawn slowly. He poured us all a beer.
I saw him at the bar ordering a beer.
| go for
I'm going for a beer with Carl tonight.
| brew | chill
BEER + VERB
Put the beer in the fridge to chill.
| foam | go flat | flow
(figurative) The beer flowed freely after the match.
He slammed his glass down and the beer slopped over the sides.
BEER + NOUN
drinker, lover | maker | barrel, bottle, can, crate, glass, keg, mug, tankard | mat | festival | consumption, production, sales | cellar, garden
The pub has a beer garden round the back.
He's only twenty but he's already got a beer belly (= a fat stomach from drinking too much beer).
Playing non-league football keeps him in beer money (= earns him enough money to buy beer, but he has to do another job to earn a living).
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