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brewski

and brewsky (ˈbruski)
n. beer; a beer. Hey, how ’bout a brewski? This is only my third brewsky, but the night is young.
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Caption: MAKE A BREWSKI RUN FOR CORONA/CORONA LIGHT--Corona's "Make A Brewski Run" 2003-04 merchandising materials are designed to "bring an avalanche of sales and lifts profits to a whole new altitude," according to importer Barton Beers of Chicago.
The 2003-2004 Corona Extra/Corona Light Brewski promotion invites Americans to make "the most important run of the day--the Corona Brewski Run.
will study how beer ingredients come together and apply microanalytics to brewski.
NEW YORK - Wearing a jersey emblazoned with the team logo isn't enough for some football fans: They want to pop open a brewski and serve chips in football snack bowls, lounge around on football floor cushions, keep warm under a team blanket and even slice cold cuts with a football knife.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Just in time for the SXSW festivities, Austin, Texas-based app development firm, Rocksauce Studios, announces the update of their popular Brewski Me iPhone app for avid beer drinkers and enthusiasts.
This data suggests that the chain's beverage offerings, including its Ultra Thick Shakes, Brewski root beer, and signature juice cocktails, are increasingly resonating with its patrons.
Adults hoping to enjoy a brewski during the NCAA regionals baseball tournament will need to watch from a bar far outside PK Park - or from inside one of the park's private suites.
Now there's a brewski to celebrate the season with.
Something about a river just beckons a brewski, so follow Smoking-hot days on the legendary River of No Return with brewmaster tastings and pairings.