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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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He added: "I had a couple of brewskis, a few beers.
As soon as a couple brewskis had set in I reached in my pocket and grabbed some dice to see who was in for a good ol' wholesome game of three's away.
I did, though not in the conventional way of, say, turning on the ballgame and having one of those brewskis everybody keeps referring to.
The cook bakes bread once a week, and Frank knocks back a lot of brewskis and sits patiently waiting, smelling the yeasty air.
For late-night action, slither down to Brewskis for enough Dutch courage to try sumo wrestling and karaoke.
I still think chicken brewskis is funnier than alcoholic chickens.
They say they loathe faggots, yet there they are, hanging with the homos, even belting brewskis.
None of the guys who wear school colors on game day and plaster their cars with school bumper stickers ever knocked back brewskis together in a Carbondale bar watching Charlotte West balance a budget.