Examples of cask in a Sentence
an oak cask for wine
They drank a cask of wine.
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An oak cask of aquavit, spirits that, according to Norwegian tradition, should be carried on a ship across the equator and back.
The wines — which age in various vessels, including small barrels, large casks, cement eggs and ceramic amphorae — have a vibrant life force that is felt rather than tasted.
The balance can be used toward anything at Ryleigh’s (food, drinks, merchandise), including the members-only, cask-blend Sagamore Rye whiskey McComas bottled himself as a part of the partnership.
The best vintage, single-cask bottles can run more than $200.
Young’s cask ales, first brewed in London in the 1550s, are on tap.
The Vintage is aged two years in oak casks, called foeders, that between the aging and oak conditioning combine to provide better blending of flavors and an overall smoother brew (not that the regular red ale is any slouch).
In addition, four cask lines will pour cider, sake, coffee, and cocktails.
To better negotiate prices for casks, Pernod Ricard SA in 2015 decided to combine its purchases from a central base in Kentucky, even though the whiskeys are made in Canada, Scotland and Ireland.
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