Thesaurus / malt liquor
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The vigor of its loins is dried up, and the propagation of the human species has become dependent on potations of malt liquor.
THE ROBBERSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
She earnestly desired a draught of malt liquor, and was indulged with half a pint of Burton beer in brisk effervescence.
It is the property of the 'Yebisu' Beer Company, and was built for the purpose of advertising that brand of malt liquor.
The mode of doing so is also different from the generality of other malt liquor; your yest should be fresh, smooth, and solid.
Some suppose the superior bottom of the British soldiery to be owing, in a great measure, to their use of malt liquor.
The ale brewed was a very different product from what we understand by the term now, as malt liquor was not hopped in those days.
THE STORY OF LONDONHENRY B. WHEATLEY
Licensed to sell wines, spirits and malt liquor by retail to be consumed either on or off the premises.'
It was thirteen, but Mr. Leather heard the malt liquor was good and wanted to taste it.
Ale is, of all other malt liquor, the most delicate, and will bear less tampering with.
Lavengro is perfectly orthodox on the subject of malt liquor.

WORDS RELATED TO MALT LIQUOR

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