Definition of Beer barrel

1. Noun. A barrel that holds beer.

Exact synonyms: Beer Keg
Generic synonyms: Barrel, Cask

Lexicographical Neighbors of Beer Barrel

beer-can chicken
beer-lambert law
beer and skittles
beer baron
beer barrel (current term)
beer bellies
beer belly
beer bong
beer bongs
beer bottle
beer can
beer die
beer drinker
beer garden
beer gardens
beer goggles
beer gut
beer guts

Literary usage of Beer barrel

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Methodist Review (1872)
"Popular tradition also says that the beer barrel was to be whipped for working on that day. Both, we take it, are equally authentic, and either illustrates ..."

2. A Dictionary of Weights and Measures for the British Isles: The Middle Ages by Ronald Edward Zupko (1985)
"But Thirty Four Gallons are reckoned a Barrel of Beer or Ale in all other places of England. 1883 Simmonds sv: The beer barrel is 36 gallons, ..."

3. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1826)
"Now Bacchus is notoriously not partial to beer; and Mr. Montagu, the advocate of water, might sit with as good a grace astride of a beer barrel, ..."

4. The London Medical Gazette (1842)
"... it is equally true that Dr. Watson compares it to a beer-barrel. Perhaps your correspondent considers this latter comparison far more apt than the ..."

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