• a glass [a bottle, a mug] of beer
  • 1杯[1本,ジョッキ1杯]のビール
  • drink beer
  • ビールを飲む
  • lager [draft, black] beer
  • ラガー[生,黒]ビール
  • order a beer
  • ビールを1杯注文する
  • Two beers, please.
  • ビール2杯ください
  • After several tag team maneuvers from both teams, Storm spat beer in Sabin's face, blinding him.
  • Wikipedia: Turning Point (2008)
  • Alcoholic beverages include Tongba, Jnaard and Chhaang, variations of a local beer made from fermenting finger millet.
  • Wikipedia: Darjeeling
  • Although he claimed to eat little, and to abstain from alcohol, it is likely that a man with his lifestyle and position in society would have eaten large amounts of meat, and drunk beer at social events.
  • Wikipedia: Daniel Lambert
  • Another flavoring method was to increase the alcohol content, but this was more expensive and lent the beer the undesired characteristic of being a quick and heavy intoxicant.
  • Wikipedia: Medieval cuisine
  • As Gair enjoyed beer and prawns, Bjelke-Petersen advised the Queensland Governor, Sir Colin Hannah, to issue writs for only the usual five vacancies, since Gair's seat was not yet vacant, effectively countering Whitlam's plan.
  • Wikipedia: Gough Whitlam
  • At one end of the neighbourhood stands Belgrade's oldest beer brewery, founded in the first half of the 19th century.
  • Wikipedia: Belgrade
  • Brewing institutions had been largely founded by German immigrants in the mid-19th century, who brought with them knowledge and techniques for brewing beer.
  • Wikipedia: Overman Committee
  • Cascade Brewery in Tasmania sells a ginger beer with a Tasmanian devil on the label.
  • Wikipedia: Tasmanian devil
  • Chelsea were subsequently sponsored by Coors beer (1995–97), Autoglass (1997–2001) and Emirates Airline (2001–05).
  • Wikipedia: Chelsea F.C.
  • Chhang is a local frothy millet beer traditionally served in bamboo tankards and drunk through bamboo or cane straws.
  • Wikipedia: Gangtok
  • Commercial beers brewed in Rwanda include Primus, Mützig, and Amstel.
  • Wikipedia: Rwanda
  • For example, Homer drinks soda instead of beer and eats Egyptian beef sausages instead of hot dogs.
  • Wikipedia: The Simpsons
  • Free beer would traditionally be distributed at these events, which would on occasion degenerate into drunken disorder.
  • Wikipedia: Norwich Market
  • German beer consumption per person is declining, but at 121.4 litres in 2009 it is still among the highest in the world.
  • Wikipedia: Germany
  • He went into beer exporting no later than 1530 and became a supplier of beer to the navy.
  • Wikipedia: Anthony Roll
  • Howard reported that 600 pots of beer were brought into the Marshalsea one Sunday from a public house, because the prisoners did not like the beer available in the taproom.
  • Wikipedia: Marshalsea
  • In 1882 Biddenden's rector applied for authority to abandon the ceremony; the Archbishop of Canterbury permitted the distribution of bread, cheese and Biddenden cakes to continue, but abolished the free beer in an effort to combat the problem of unruly crowds.
  • Wikipedia: Biddenden Maids
  • In 1899, a second stand was added along part of the Gordon Road side of the ground, reportedly built by off-duty dock workers in exchange for beer and cigarettes.
  • Wikipedia: Priestfield Stadium
  • In addition, a storehouse at the station held beer supplied by the breweries of Brackley and Aylesbury.
  • Wikipedia: Brill railway station
  • In April 1979, McCain met Cindy Lou Hensley, a teacher from Phoenix, Arizona, whose father had founded a large beer distributorship.
  • Wikipedia: John McCain
  • In order to find out the truth, the family turns to the Internet to discover more about the powers they have in the game, but are accidentally sent to the game engine when Homer spills beer over the keyboard.
  • Wikipedia: The Simpsons Game
  • It is the only coffee beer available in the British Isles, and it won the Gold medal for the coffee-flavoured beer category at the 2006 Beer World Cup.
  • Wikipedia: Maraba coffee
  • Kelly built the Bottle House in February 1906 from 50,000 discarded beer and liquor bottles.
  • Wikipedia: Rhyolite, Nevada