growler

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growler

1. slang A container, often a jug, used for transporting draft beer, particularly from a craft brewery. Our friends are coming over tomorrow night, so I'm going to stop and pick up a few growlers on my way home from work.
2. slang A toilet. Can we stop soon? I could really use a growler.

growler

n. a toilet. Where’s the growler around here?
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It will take you some twelve or fifteen minutes to drive to your bank in a growler, so if you are here with one at a quarter to ten to-morrow morning, that will exactly meet the case.
In addition, we will be having a Cork Pull with premium wines (all bottles are over $20 each) to win and a "Get Your Growler" sale to purchase a growler from Rock Bottom Brewery.
"Most recently for us was Michigan, and we're putting in a Growler Station one to two a month right now," he says.
Petersen tested that himself, on accident when he forgot a growler from North Bend in the back of the fridge for six months.
A growler is a glass, ceramic or stainless steel bottle popular in the United States and Canada and used to sell take-out craft beer, or even wine.
No wait, it is bottled, it's just draught you get bottled in the offie in you very own bottle, though it's not a bottle it's a growler. Get it?
Patrons may buy a growler and refill it as many times as they want.
Customers can buy a growler - a refillable glass jug that can be filled with up to two gallons of beer - to fill and take home, or enjoy a pint at the station.
While many of the features in the new store are part of other Bartell units, it is the first to have a growler refilling station.
even just launched Sam Adams in a can for the first time - establishing a growler program may also be a smart move.
While the number of air crew personnel required for a Growler squadron is less than what was needed to operate a Prowler squadron, the number of enlisted rates remains the same.
Some states prohibit a brew pub from selling its malt beverage product (by original sale or refill) in a growler not having that brew pub's branding on it.
They're now up to 1700 beers and 1000 wines, and they just opened a growler station as well.
Heinen's, a regional chain of 17 supermarkets in northeastern Ohio, recently launched a growler program in three of its stores, installing taps that will enable the sale of both local craft and national brand beers on tap.
On 5 February News Corp, with Australians Damien Duke, Steve Cotton and Alastair Pratt, hit a growler while travelling at 21 knots.