Definition of Ale drinker
1. Noun. Someone whose favorite drink is beer or ale.
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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, ..."