Beer run

beer run

noun phrase

A venturing out to buy beer: a proud holder of three drunk-driving convictions, really had to go on a beer run (1990s+)
Historical Examples

Why will not beer run out of the tap of a cask until a spile has been driven in at the top?
The Reason Why Anonymous

Hastings knocked in the head of a barrel and let the beer run into the street.
The Johnstown Flood Richard K. Fox

Now, while Kate was watching the beer run into the can, a sudden thought came into her mind.
Household Stories by the Brothers Grimm Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm

Then he said: “Whatever are you three doing, sitting there crying, and letting the beer run all over the floor?”
Children’s Literature Charles Madison Curry


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