amber nectar

amber nectar

Beer, especially lager. Primarily heard in Australia. It's been a long day at work, I'm looking for a bit of amber nectar when I finish!
See also: amber
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Janet and Mandy were promptly despatched to the nearby o-licence for a couple of carrier bags full of the amber nectar.
It kicks off with the Beer Fleet Parade that brings the amber nectar from Truro to Falmouth - and fuels one-off events such as a screening of Captain Phillips on the King Harry Ferry and an open-water swim from Pendennis Castle to St Mawes.
Now Bernd Herbrich, manager of the beer emporium, intends to put up his own to inform customers that they are buying a slice of history along with their amber nectar.
Eventually becoming the giant Southcorp wine business, it was bought out by Amber Nectar beer monster Fosters in the mid-1990s only to be demerged into Treasury in May 2011.
The Cardiff brewer has been at the forefront of the craft beer revolution in the UK, coming up with ever more creative variations of the amber nectar.
There would have been no expense spared in some parts of Wimbledon for yesterday's final, with PS20 jugs of Pimms and PS60 bottles of champagne probably a more familiar sight than cans of amber nectar.
Out he trotted, in a fluorescent bib extolling the virtues of an amber nectar who sponsor the Aussies, looking more sheepish than Little Bo Peep after she had lost her flock.
Foster's lager was hailed by the media at the time as "the beer of the future," and went on to become 'Australia's famous Amber Nectar.
It's certainly not just to be patriotic but the amber nectar distilled in the Brecon Beacons is regarded by aficionados of whisky as one of the best examples of this style of whisky.
While downing half a dozen pints of amber nectar in the battle cruiser the other night, Each-Way Ernie piped up that Paul Hanagan would be champion jockey this season.
6 per cent volume growth for Foster's as the Amber Nectar benefited from a relaunch.
It seems the stereotype of a beer monster tucking into crisps and fatty foods washed down with large quantities of the amber nectar is true - well, according to Danish researchers.
And you can bet a pound to a penny that champagne, rather than the sponsors' amber nectar will be flowing if Gentlewave lands his second Classic.