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keg

Brit
a. an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
b. beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
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As he spoke Wilson had been boring a hole in one of the water kegs, and as Spider held a tin cup he tilted the keg to pour a draft of the precious fluid.
The kegs are filled with gunpowder," said Spider, in a low tone, turning to those aft.
Well, he can afford to keep a keg in the house if he wants to," she returned to the attack, which now was directed at her husband as well.
Pickwick had plunged his head and shoulders into a tub of water, upset a keg of soft soap upon his manly form, and torn his garments badly.
Now, there’s no better man a-going than Squire Dickens, and I love him about the same as I loves Mistress Hollister’s new keg of Jamaiky.
Then they broached another keg, an' quit speculatin' about anythin' fer another spell.
I would not like to be positive, but I think we have seen as much as a keg of these nails.
Keg Logistics declared an important endowments from Bregal Sagemount, a development-aimed private equity company, focused at bolstering the firm s on-going broadening.
We believe wines in keg are more expressive up front on the nose, and this expression may change depending on the temperature the kegs are poured at.
The second Single Keg beer is Sub-Conscious Stout, a special keg of West Flanders' Lion Heart Stout spiked with a concentrated coffee infusion made from beans from Boulder's Conscious Coffees.
But it's believed the raider had already sold on most of the kegs as gardai only seized a few.
In one raid in Britain a gang swooped on the Merchants Inn in Rugby, Warwicks, and snatched 69 kegs worth EUR6,000 just as work was due to start on a lock-up barrel store.