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Drawn or served from a large container, especially a keg, as opposed to individual bottles or containers. (Spelled "on draught" in British English.) We have a wide range of craft beers on draft, including some from our own in-house microbrewery.
Drawn from a large container, such as a keg (as opposed to bottles). For example, We much prefer the taste of beer on draft. [Mid-1800s]
on ˈdraught(British English) (of beer) taken from a barrel (= a large container): This beer is not available on draught (= it is available only in bottles or cans).
Drawn from a large container, such as a keg.