Definition of growler
1 : one that growls
2 : a container (such as a can or pitcher) for beer bought by the measure
3 : a small iceberg
Examples of growler in a Sentence
we can't figure out why our very happy and optimistic friend is dating that chronic growler
Recent Examples of growler from the Web
Each ticket holder of drinking age receives three pints of beer and a Noble Rey 32-ounce growler with a coupon for a free fill.
Patrons can grab a drink or a growler or six-pack to-go.
The location most recently was La Casa de Tu Madre after a spell as Growlers.
With more than 200 craft breweries in Texas, competition keeps brew kettles around the state aiming high and introducing innovative combinations to consumers who are eager to sample them and take a few growlers home for later.
Nebraska has taken steps as well, approving legislation that would allow more restaurants and bars to sell growlers — refillable large bottles — of craft beers to customers for off-site consumption.
Patrons can purchase either a glass, a growler to take home, or a sample of four flavors to enjoy in the taproom.
A company called GrowlerWerks wrapped a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign in December for its uKeg—a similar 128 oz growler with a regulator, pressure gauge, and tap—but Juggernaut offers a few additional features at a slightly lower price.
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