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QUAFFQuality Ale and Fermentation Fraternity (San Diego, CA)
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Thou hast quaffed off my wine, and canst be man no longer."
She quaffed the liquid and returned the goblet to his hand.
To this, his new habitation, Tom Cobb, Phil Parkes, and Solomon Daisy went regularly every night: and in the chimney-corner, they all four quaffed, and smoked, and prosed, and dozed, as they had done of old.
On Clifford's part it was the feeling of a man naturally endowed with the liveliest sensibility to feminine influence, but who had never quaffed the cup of passionate love, and knew that it was now too late.
The long, barbed steel goblets were lifted; and to cries and maledictions against the white whale, the spirits were simultaneously quaffed down with a hiss.
Without alighting from his horse, the conqueror called for a bowl of wine, and opening the beaver, or lower part of his helmet, announced that he quaffed it, ``To all true English hearts, and to the confusion of foreign tyrants.'' He then commanded his trumpet to sound a defiance to the challengers, and desired a herald to announce to them, that he should make no election, but was willing to encounter them in the order in which they pleased to advance against him.
Owner Jabbar Khan, who also owns top Indian eatery Lasan and ran the previous restaurant Nosh and Quaff, said: "It has a cosmopolitan vibe where you can escape from the humdrum and get the New York state of mind.
Jailbird is the new concept for the Nosh and Quaff eatery on Colmore Row, which is owned by the Lasan Group.
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Nosh and Quaff is, I think, the only restaurant in Birmingham to serve the sublime Danish beer Mikkeller and the flavourful Crate lager.
Best quaff where there is frequent prescribed burning, roller chopping and thinned timber.
(In response to Randall Grahm's June 2005 Opinion/Analysis.) Please do not ask us to retrograde into the mindset of unripe, thin, tart, bacterial wines pretending to be "traditional." I prefer to craft and quaff the 16% alcohol, buxomy (sic) Petites and Zins, because they better reflect the local terroir, and are more enjoyable!