amber fluid

amber fluid

n
slang Austral beer
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The big breweries - vast buildings of cream-coloured brick - are no longer used as places where barley, water, hops and yeast were turned into the magical amber fluid that helped dull the long hours of work for early immigrants to this city by the side of Lake Michigan, just Then there were the city's "Big Four" brewers - German immigrants by the name of Blatz, Pabst, Schlitz and Miller.
Upon first sip, there's no bite, just a flavour that seems to glow as the amber fluid glides down the throat.
In August police infiltrated the band and later obtained some of the amber fluid, which a police lab confirmed as human fat.
Police infiltrated the gang in August, he said, and later obtained some amber fluid, which a police lab confirmed as human fat.
Even if you're not a hobby or professional gunsmith, these are just plain fun to read and if accompanied with a good bit of amber fluid in a tumbler, well .
Finally, he found a transparent, lemon-color layer of biodiesel floating on top of an amber fluid, a by-product called glycerin.
The English translation of the proclamation is "Purity Ordinance Seal," which any knowledgeable imbiber of the FRG's national drink knows is the time-honored, highly-regarded legal standard for beer making--something that is taken very seriously by brewmeisters as well as by connoisseurs of the sudsy amber fluid.
A refreshing, amber fluid with a light, natural fragrance that stimulated the skin.
In those days, guides to the various brothels in Storyville called "Blue Books" were occasionally illustrated with photographs and euphemistically describing the girls' talents in Victorian language ("she serves amber fluid, reads poetry beautifully").