beer-swilling

beer-swilling

adj
in the habit of drinking a lot of beer
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Carnival Cruise Lines, which led the study, said: "Men are turning their back on beer-swilling stereotypes to look and feel their best.
55pm) BETH Raymer (Rebecca Hall) ekes out an unfulfilling living by shedding her clothes for beer-swilling punters in the privacy of their trailer parks.
We will know contemporary man is here when Father's Day cards stop depicting dads as only beer-swilling, football mad, golfing, TVwatching sloths.
BEER-swilling Deputies racked up a [euro]7,461 bar bill after a marathon debate on the hated water charges.
A Midland property consultants and chartered surveyors firm hosted a beer-swilling Bavarian night to raise PS2,500 for a sight loss charity.
HE was known as Jimmy "Five Bellies" Gardner, the one-time beer-swilling best friend of football legend Paul Gascoigne.
She cantered through old favourites such as the period jokes and the image of every man as beer-swilling football addicts.
They hurt the ears of the kind of youngster who helps old ladies across the street just as much as they hurt the ears of the beer-swilling, foul-mouthed racist lout.
In his three years in charge, Capello has seen a succession of high-profile players hit the headlines due to their beer-swilling activities.
BEER-SWILLING ladettes who emulate the boys by downing pints may be increasing their risk of a disfiguring skin disease, research suggests.
Preview page 102 1pm Darts World Matchplay Sky Sports 1, 1pm-5pm The tungsten-teasers take to the oche once more in a bid to distract the beer-swilling hordes from their Carlings as they attempt to make it into the second round of this year's tournament at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
The Oktoberfest, Munich's annual celebration of beer-swilling, opens tomorrow.