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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
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

cask

[kask]
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"And he knows the full casks," said Blaisois, "for he has already been in the hold with Monsieur le Chevalier d'Artagnan.
the casks are heavy," said the sergeant, trying to lift one.
As part of a cask purchase, owners have a tour around the unique Henstone and Stonehouse site in Oswestry with its own garden bar set in a cider orchard.
The victory proves that sherry casks are not just limited to storing whisky.
"Glenmorangie's Cask 388 will delight with its creamy vanilla layers and an intriguing hint of smoke.
Scotland is home to more than 20 million casks of maturing whisky.
They can choose which selected cask-strength whisky they want, walk up to the cask with their glasses, and start pouring.'
"If you asked us this question [about innovation] six years ago, it would be a simpler answer compiled of Sherry casks or perhaps some wine casks," says Tony Carroll, global brand ambassador of Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey.
The festival's humble beginnings date back to 2004, when a group of friends gathered in boatyard parking lot during a blizzard, sharing their enthusiasm for cask ales.
"Cask has grown exponentially from 2014 to 2017 as a result of the company's focus on our ability to solve hard problems," Anderson said.
An Exaireo spokesperson said: "The Exaireo Trust is delighted that the Cask Bah has decided to donate some of the proceeds of it's charity gig on Saturday to help local homeless people.
The Glenlivet 15-Year-Old Single Cask Edition (Cask 906283), is drawn from a single first fill American oak barrel, bottled after 15 years of maturation.