alcopop


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alcopop

(ˈælkəʊˌpɒp)
n
(Brewing) informal an alcoholic drink that tastes like a soft drink
[C20: from alco(hol) + pop1 (sense 12)]
Translations
prémix
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A STORE refused to sell a mum an orange alcopop because her teen daughter lifted it out of the trolley.
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A father of two died after being pushed during an argument over an alcopop, an inquest heard.
The study also found that the spirit and alcopop consumption is very high and is more popular than that of beer and wine among young people.
An early signal that the market could be losing its fizz came with the decision last November to axe Hooch, what many people consider to be the first alcopop.
GLITZY alcopop adverts have been linked to an epidemic of binge drinking among Scotland's teenagers, the Sunday Mail can reveal.