Examples of cask in a Sentence
an oak cask for wine
They drank a cask of wine.
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The company uses a variety of barrels for aging, including former bourbon, sherry, port, wine, and single-malt scotch casks.
Before any of that unfolds in some future episode, Ian and Brighid are basking in the afterglow of young love when another of Sir Percival’s minions shows up at the print shop, looking for the contraband casks.
Most of the top CVNE wines that come to these shores are either Reserva or Gran Reserva, the latter spending at least 24 months in cask and 36 in bottle, although most of the top wines are released much later.
The warehouse was a spectacle of hundreds of casks, each labeled with a storage date and the name of the distiller, lined up in long aisles.
Hang out in the tasting room and sample drams of the rum cask and peaty expressions from the Distillery Reserve line unavailable anywhere else.
The festival featured firkin beers, which are brewed in a small cask and are not pasteurized, cold-filtered or carbonated by outside equipment.
For something different, try the English-style cask ales at Machine House Brewery in Georgetown.
Kraft said storing the casks near Lake Michigan is not appropriate in a post-9/11 world.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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