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hooch

, hootch
Informal chiefly US and Canadian alcoholic drink, esp illicitly distilled spirits

Hooch

, Hoogh
Pieter de . 1629--?1684, Dutch genre painter, noted esp for his light effects
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CONS at Scots jails have been found with weapons, drugs and hooch.
Having witnessed the birth of Hooper's Hooch in 1995--and then watched as it scrapped with Two Dogs to create a whole new drinks category--I have always had a bit of a soft spot for the pioneering alcopop.
Coors Brewers, which like others in the drinks industry prefers to call the products flavoured alcoholic beverages rather than alcopops, said it was dropping Hooch to concentrate on its Reef brand.
A malt-based alcoholic lemonade-style drink, Hooper's Hooch Alcohol Lemon Brew has been extremely popular in its native UK since its launch in 1995.
Kerala Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan had said murder charges would be framed against the culprits if investigations proved that the deaths were caused by hooch.
A prison source said: "He was steaming on jail hooch and had plonked his phone somewhere in his cell he thought it wouldn't be found.
TWO DAYS after M AIL T ODAY ' S expose on how freely illicit liquor continues to flow in Ahmedabad, hooch claimed two more lives in the city on Friday.
In prison, Ben meets Pete's character Hooch, a one-time violent criminal who now mentors his fellow inmates.
They range from potentially-deadly weapons and drugs to security doc-uments and home-made hooch.
Adam Swellings, 19, who got life for kicking Garry to death, was carpeted after guards found his stash of super-strength, jail-brewed hooch.
An early signal that the market could be losing its fizz came with the decision last November to axe Hooch, what many people consider to be the first alcopop.