beer-swilling

beer-swilling

adj
in the habit of drinking a lot of beer
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Pubs have transformed themselves from the 1970s, when they were smoky and grimy, filled with beer-swilling men and only serving food such as scampi and chips, it was reported.
Paradoxically violent yet humane, the beer-swilling, cigar-smoking mutant with retractable claws and a powerful self-healing ability is universally misjudged in the Marvel Universe yet esteemed by fans worldwide.
I will always remember his portrayal of the beer-swilling northern lad in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning.
Carnival Cruise Lines, which led the study, said: "Men are turning their back on beer-swilling stereotypes to look and feel their best."
LAY THE FAVOURITE (BBC1, Friday, 11.55pm) 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.
Picking out Rooney as another contender to help United win the League, Ferguson dismissed reports about Rooney being a 'beer-swilling hooligan' and said that he has evolved during his nine years at United.
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.
BEER-SWILLING ladettes who emulate the boys by downing pints may be increasing their risk of a disfiguring skin disease, research suggests.
Rooster Tales will follow the world of a "beer-swilling, redneck sheriff who marries a much younger woman from Mexico." This is the guy who named his son Miller Lyte after his favourite beer.