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lager lout

A loud, obnoxious drunk man. Primarily heard in UK. When I went to England, I accidentally ended up in a pub filled with lager louts.
See also: lager, lout

a ˈlager lout

(British English) a young man who drinks too much alcohol and then behaves in a noisy and unpleasant way: The police are planning to crack down on lager louts this summer.
See also: lager, lout
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What seems to make it lager, among other things, is a cooler brewing temperature than most ales.
A fine lager beer, right down the middle," said restaurateur Frank Whitman.
5/10 You could treat this as a session lager but I struggle to detect any flavour.
Jonathan Hughes samples his latest beer, 1085 Snowdon''s lager
Harriet Fallon models new kit and with boss Andy Morrell (bottom) and Ian Rush sports kit last time it was sponsored by Wrexham Lager (top)
Meanwhile, Scottish brewery Harviestoun, which teamed up with Salisbury's last year to launch a Taste the Difference craft lager, said greater receptiveness from the multiples was needed to create a craft lager category in its own right.
Wrexham Lager was revived at a micro-brewery by a group of North Wales businessmen.
Trapp Lager will feature the Viennese-style lager and a pair of wheat beers--hefeweizen, and its darker cousin dunkelweizen.
The lager sales have soared 42pc in a year and pubs are said to be struggling with demand for the brew which is a cross between lager and bitter.
It's not what's put into Freedom Lager that makes it so exceptional; it's what's left out.
It doesn't - I love ales and stouts in varying degrees, but I can also appreciate the swirling bubbles and blistering chill of a glass of lager.
We waited to launch our Crown Lager in aluminum bottles until just the right time," Paul Gloster, consumer solutions manager, roster's Australia, says.
Ale yeast strains ferment at higher temperatures than do the lager strains.
PetA - Mild ales (such as Banks's mild) suit mild petAs, while stronger petAs require dark wheat beers or lagers Salad - Light, floral beers or lagers Shellfish - Stout or Guinness Fish - Light beers (richer fish such as salmon demands fuller lagers or crisp pale ales) Eggs/omelette - Light or malty beers Chicken - Lager or light, fruity beers, such as Marston's Pedigree Pork - Wheat beers, German lagers or malty pale ales
Sarah Stone-Barrett, 23, recruitment consultant, of Newcastle: I normally drink lager so it's definitely the blonde one.