Definition of beer cellar in English:

beer cellar

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noun

  • 1An underground room for storing beer.
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    • By 2002 they had opened up part of the shop's cellar as a beer cellar, with over 300 different bottled beers from around the world.
    • Many years later in November 1983 a barmaid reported seeing a ghostly figure in the beer cellar and refused to go down there or talk about it ever again.
    • Sarah said the prize is a reward for the extra care she has taken over the cleanliness and efficiency of her beer cellar.
  • 2A basement bar where beer is served.
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    • The smoking ban only affects the beer cellar, which is Corpus' bar.
    • It is here, in the beer cellar of a hotel, that we sit talking.
    • Corpus used to have a fantastically strong college spirit, full of witty, enigmatic (if slightly eccentric) characters who filled the beer cellar and the sports teams.

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