brewsky

brewski

and brewsky (ˈbruski)
n. beer; a beer. Hey, how ’bout a brewski? This is only my third brewsky, but the night is young.

brewsky

verb
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Gradually, Boundary began staying open later, hosting more live music throughout the week--at least four or five nights a week now--and has a broad spectrum of customers, from boisterous students to professionals, from to ex-hippie retirees to bedraggled tourists in need of a brewsky.
No big surprise that Newcastle Ale bubbly brewsky was a backstage fave.
So I made a practiced ceremonial turn, and, tilting my head in a friendly smile, lifted my brewsky in a "this Bud's for you" salute.
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With a click of the remote, your ice cold brewsky holder burps loudly and lights up as far as 60 feet away, so you'll never misplace your suds again
There's an off-road commode, a brewsky hat, a storm-proof lighter, and many more goodies.