Recent Examples of growler from the Web
Officials allegedly found a growler that smelled of alcohol and prescription bottles in the SUV.
About 24 local selections on tap to try in a flight, print, or bring home in a growler.
Farm 779 will be at the market with coconut kefir ferments, old-world style cold ferments, krauts, growlers with turmeric ginger and peony chaga kombucha tea, cookies and body butters.
The secret to completing the Ale Trail and receiving the holy grail (a free growler): Group your breweries.
This festival is actually held inside a five-acre corn maze, complete with beer tastings and a limited-edition 450 North beer in a growler.
This handy mini keg is the size of a half-gallon growler and is double-walled and vacuum-insulated.
Barrel Aged Christmas Ale will be on tap but there will be no growler or crowler fills.
Door prize tickets will also be given out to guests providing a chance to win a year's supply of laundry detergent and a year's supply of craft beer growlers.
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First Known Use of growler
Synonymsbear, bellyacher, complainer, crab, crank, croaker, crosspatch, curmudgeon, fusser, griper, grouser, grouch, grumbler, grump, murmurer, mutterer, sourpuss, whiner
Related Wordshunks; malcontent, sorehead; grinch, killjoy, party pooper, spoilsport; defeatist, pessimist; faultfinder, kicker, nagger, nitpicker, objector, quibbler, repiner; crock [slang], hypochondriac
Near Antonymsoptimist, Pollyanna; happy camper
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