"And malt does more than Milton canTo justify God's ways to man"
"They who drink beer will think beer"
"When money's tight and is hard to getAnd your horse was also ran,When all you have is a heap of debtA pint of plain is your only man"
"Lo! the poor toper whose untutored sense,Sees bliss in ale, and can with wine dispense;Whose head proud fancy never taught to steer,Beyond the muddy ecstasies of beer"
"Then to the spicy nut-brown ale"
And we were also in time for midnight happy hour at the Match Bar, never has a beer (or 6) tasted so sweet.Yachting Boating World (2004)
He had cost the club £100,000, but the move petered out amid empty beer glasses and a swelling girth.Glasgow Herald (2001)
He put the beer down, handed over the money, slipped the passport into his pocket.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
He was trying to put on his socks, his beer belly making it difficult to reach his feet.THE TURN OF THE TIDE (2004)
I drove past the Shangri La Hotel and thought about going in there for a Club beer or six and a long lie down.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
On a Friday night we'll be getting ready for the weekend with a beer or a glass of wine.Glasgow Herald (2001)
Other apposite appetites: Edward Lear Drinks ginger beer Brewed in a barrel By Lewis Carroll.Globe and Mail (2003)
She dropped her elbows on to the table, stuck her fists into her forehead and cried into her beer.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
The Irish passing through have sweat to shed or beer to drink depending on their profession.Irish Times (2002)