booze can


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booze can

An establishment (e.g., a nightclub or bar) that sells or provides alcoholic beverages illegally and/or after hours. I know a great booze can downtown that only lets you in if you know the password.
See also: booze, can
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The Queslett Nature Reserve, in Great Barr, has already benefited from four litter picks over the summer, but the latest recovered bags of booze cans and bottles.
l Police will regain the power to seize unopened booze cans from underage public drinkers.
A MINISTER wants to build his new kirk out of booze cans.
The bloodied remains of a river duck were found at Fazeley, near Tamworth, surrounded by a number of empty booze cans and half-full bottles.
The 21-Bill programme will be dominated by law and order: l Police will be given the power to snatch unopened booze cans from teeny tipplers, long demanded by Wirral South MP Ben Chapman.
An off-licence manageress saw off an armed raider by pelting him with booze cans and bottles.