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cask

1. a strong wooden barrel used mainly to hold alcoholic drink
2. Austral a lightweight cardboard container with plastic lining and a small tap, used to hold and serve wine
3. Engineering another name for flask

cask

[kask]
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References in classic literature ?
the casks are heavy," said the sergeant, trying to lift one.
Comparing calculated maximum temperatures in the cask for normal and abnormal conditions (see Table), it can be seen, that under investigated abnormal conditions maximum temperatures in the IB load zone may increase by approximately 160[degrees]C.
The award -inning brewer is preparing to expand its sales base after a recent brewing industry report revealed that cask ale is the only growing beer sector.
The 11-strong workforce at Highgate Brewery in Sandy Mount Road, Walsall, can look forward to some Christmas cheer after being flooded with orders from all over the UK for their five-litre casks of traditional ale in time for the festive season.
The Black Sheep Brewery produces cask ales and bottled beers in their traditional style brewery in Masham, North Yorkshire.
TWO casks of whiskey are set to make history this month when they become the first barrels transported to Dublin down the Grand Canal in half a century.
While we're just getting up and running on the system,' says McKee, 'we'll now know where every cask is in the system.
Winner's Tipple will appeal to cask ale drinkers and people who overlook cask ale in favour of big-name nitrokeg bitter brands they are familiar with.
3L cask wine consumers are largely premium table wine buyers who make the switch from 750ml bottles.
Resnikoff said his organization studied the July chemical-train fire in a tunnel in downtown Baltimore, which burned for four days at temperatures estimated to reach 1,500 degrees, and concluded that it would have breached a spent-fuel cask.
Nikka Single Cask Malt Whiskey 10 Years Old produced by Nikka Whiskey Distilling Co.
In the last nine years, the cask maker has been growing the vintner side of the business.