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On-the-spot pours (also avail in growlers to go) are spread over twelve taps, with the opening rotation including Arcadia's Jaw-Jacker Pumpkin Ale, Oskar Blues 'Dale's Pale Ale, Coney Island Sword Swallower, and a a house favorite, "extravagantly hopped, full flavored, medium bodied, and copper colored" West Coast IPA from Green Flash, so good you'll think you're the savor-er of the universe.
Thrillist: Good Beer NYC: Beer To Go...Or Stay Thrillist 2010
Though Schiff's change targets restaurants, a first-of-its-kind microbrewery and taproom could open across the street from St. Cyril's because the proposal includes a clause that allows breweries selling jugs of beer called growlers to locate near churches.
One bill allows beer connoisseurs to fill up their "growlers" - beer to-go jugs, for those unfamiliar - with local brews on tap at specialty-beer retail stores.
The Seattle Times 2011
There is no chart for icebergs, and "growlers" are formidable opponents to encounter at any time.
Le Petit Nord or, Annals of a Labrador Harbour Katie Spalding 1911
Even the drivers of the "growlers" were moderately cheerful -- a very rare occurrence -- and the blind man of
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Smythe Hichens 1907
The boats were lowered at one hour after noon, and the landing was slowly and methodically begun: too slowly for the patience of the old guard -- the old "growlers" with grizzled moustache and furrowed cheeks, down which tears of joy and enthusiasm were trickling at sight of the shores of France.
The Bronze Eagle A Story of the Hundred Days Emmuska Orczy Orczy 1906
Taxicabs and "growlers" were mixed in apparently inextricable confusion.
The Man Who Knew Edgar Wallace 1903
On our main thoroughfares, the stream of omnibuses is quite as unbroken as the stream of electric and cable cars in New York; our van traffic is at least as heavy; and we have in addition the host of creeping "growlers" and darting hansoms, which is almost without counterpart in New York.
America To-day, Observations and Reflections William Archer 1890
The water is also full of small ones, called "growlers", that stick up only about a metre above the waves.
While customers can stop in at a number of local breweries for "growlers," refillable half-gallon jugs, bottled craft beers are often available at liquor stores and some supermarkets as well.