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keg in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkegkeg /keɡ/ noun [countable]  DFDa round wooden or metal container with a flat top and bottom, used for storing beerbarrelkeg beer/bitter British English (=beer served from a keg)
Examples from the Corpus
kegTwo suspects in the Stephen Lawrence murder case were fined £100 each for stealing 14 kegs of alcohol.He was able to lift a keg of beer from the floor to the bar.A keg, its rope cut.Should they market keg beers under national brand names or should they return to localised brewing and brand names?He brewed six kegs for the occasion; only three six-packs remain.James Lambert hesitated, turning towards the kegs, from behind which came the sounds of a scuffle.The keg found tied to your father.The kegs shifted, teetered, fell!keg beer/bitterNot all keg beers are pasteurised.Should they market keg beers under national brand names or should they return to localised brewing and brand names?It is estimated that keg beer is twice as profitable as cask beer, lager four times as profitable.