Examples of cask in a Sentence
an oak cask for wine
They drank a cask of wine.
Recent Examples of cask from the Web
In its heyday, such Magnises events as a cask-tasting from Johnnie Walker, a party at the Jue Lan Club and a Tesla test drive went smoothly.
The event, now in its seventh year, offers exclusive Green Flash, Cellar 3 and Alpine beers, including one-off keg and cask creations, served alongside food provided by some of San Diego’s finest chefs.
Nasturtiums took over and began flowering yellow and red, mint overflowed from a wine cask planter, and strawberries cast their red string-like trailers and grew tiny, delicious berries.
This 100 percent chenin blanc bottling from a seventh-generation winemaking family was grown on schist soils, hand-picked and fermented in large neutral casks.
The single malt, aged in Garry Oak and bottled at cask strength, has hints of baking spices on the nose with tropical fruits and cocoa on the palate.
In a controversial decision, the California Coastal Commission in October 2015 approved a 20-year permit for Edison’s storage expansion that will eventually see all of the plant’s waste stored in heavy, dry casks.
The brand also ages the tequila in wine barrels (most tequilas use bourbon casks) to end up with flavor notes that differ from the rest of the category.
Brewer Jimmy Gohsman will offer special brews from a firkin (a small cask) to celebrate the end of the week.
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Origin and Etymology of cask
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of cask for English Language Learners
: a container that is shaped like a barrel and is used for holding liquids; also : the contents of a cask
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