Buckfast


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Buckfast

(ˈbʌkˌfɑːst)
n
(Brewing) trademark a fortified tonic wine. Informal name: Buckie
[from Buckfast Abbey, Devon, England where it is produced]
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A butcher shop has signed a deal with controversial wine maker Buckfast to launch a flavoured barbeque sauce.
POP star Lewis Capaldi was snapped drinking Buckfast in a club with his mum until 5am.
An Aberfoyle man has been barred from drinking Buckfast following a booze fuelled argument at a Stirling pub.
Kevin Jamieson, 33, was high on a cocktail of booze and drugs when he showed up in the garden of the Barrhead property brandishing a bottle of Buckfast and demanding he be allowed in.
Readers hit out at MSP's concerns over show being filmed at Buckfast Abbey The Advertiser's social media community didn't hold back with their views on Airdrie MSP Alex Neil's concerns about plans to film an episode OFTV show Antiques Roadshow at Buckfast Abbey.
THE BBC has been urged to ditch plans to film the Antiques Roadshow at Buckfast Abbey amid fears it may promote the drink.
London, May 19 ( ANI ): Cheap alcohol drink from Scotland, Buckfast tonic known as 'Buckie,' will be sold in cans during the summer barbecue season.
The deal saves the company's factory and outlet in Axminster, plus an outlet in Buckfast, also in Devon.
Buckfast Kid was sixth behind Rio Torino in a 400m open, beaten more than 17 lengths, while Babette also finished sixth, in her case beaten almost 15 lengths behind Longest Run in an A6.
The tipple, officially known as "Buckfast tonic wine," is turned out at Buckfast Abbey in southwest England.
We have included an excursion to Buckfast Abbey, Dartmouth and the resort of Paignton.
Officers have resorted to using the special markers to write post-codes of off-licences selling bottles of superstrength booze such as Buckfast and White Lightning cider.