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lagered-up

(ˈlɑːɡəd) or

lagered

adj
informal Brit intoxicated, esp after drinking lager
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Devils Peak Lager has a unique character resulting from high-quality imported ingredients (including 100 per cent malt and a German hops variety) cold-fermented and lagered (stored) for up to three weeks at zero degrees Celsius.
Anchor's all-malt California Lager is brewed with two-row California barley and Cluster hops (chosen for use in this beer because they were the most commonly used hop in 19th century California) and krausened and lagered.
It is also matured or lagered for six weeks in the traditional continental style.
To some palates, lager versions brewed here are pale imitations, being inappropriately fruity in flavour and lagered (stored) for as little as a week before being shipped out to the trade.
The continental-style lager beer has been devised at the Tynedale brewery according to the mediaeval German Beer Purity Laws ( simply made with water, malt, hops and yeast and lagered at 1AC for three weeks to give a distinctive continental flavour.
``Cains Lager is properly stored,or lagered,for three months.
Vienna-style, according to beer writer Michael Jackson and others, was the precursor to the Marzenbier lagered in Munich from March until September and served at Oktoberfest.
Yeasts sink to the bottom when lager is fermented and stored (in German, lagered).
"It's like an ale that's been lagered," said Tom Conti.
The term 'lager'means'to store'andBudvar is lagered in the brewery for 90 days, a far longer time than most beers of this style and the first class ingredients together with the care shown by this brewery in keeping to traditional methods all contribute to produceoneof the best beers in the world.
To some palates, the versions brewed here are pale imitations, being inappropriately fruity in flavour and lagered (stored) for as little as a week before being shipped out to the trade.
Cains Lager is properly stored, or lagered, for three months.