Definition of Ale drinker
1. Noun. Someone whose favorite drink is beer or ale.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ale Drinker
Literary usage of Ale drinker
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"The Swan of Avon himself was an ale-drinker, or else he is belied —(how else, indeed, should he have thought of making two holes in the ale-wife's red ..."
2. In Praise of Ale, Or, Songs, Ballads, Epigrams, & Anecdotes Relating to Beer by W. T. Marchant (1888)
"... Which was a good ale drinker; He never was a shrinker; Believe me this is true. And he came from the wild of Kent, When all his money was gone and spent ..."
3. Humour, Wit, & Satire of the Seventeenth Century by John Ashton (1883)
"... Taste of Joan's Ale, for it is strong and new. To a pleasant New Northern Tune. [122.] There was a jovial Tinker, Which was a good ale drinker, ..."
4. Humour, Wit, & Satire of the Seventeenth Century by John Ashton (1883)
"There was a jovial Tinker, Which was a good ale drinker, He never was a shrinker, believe me this is true. And he came from the wild 2 of Kent, ..."
5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1897)
"... according to the particular idiosyncrasy and potation of the individual has been well shown by Hogarth, who in his Beer Lane depicts the ale-drinker, ..."