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# Clue
1. Brewers' products
2. English country festivals
3. English county festivals
4. October beverages
5. Pub specialties
6. Wassail quaffs
7. Town NW of Nîmes
8. Tavern stock
9. Dark brown and October
10. Tankards' contents
11. Porters
12. Troubles*
13. October quaffs
14. City NNW of Nimes
15. Dart throwers' quaffs
16. City NW of Nîmes
17. Strong quaffs
18. City near Nimes
19. City in S France
20. Malty drinks
21. Tap products
22. Porter and stout
23. " . . . at wakes and ___": B. Jonson
24. Malts
25. Pub pours
26. Kin of kvasses
27. Tankard fillers
28. Midi city
29. City in the Midi
30. Fermented drinks
31. French pub center?
32. Colliers' coolers
33. Brews lighter than hard booze
34. Bitters
35. English festivals
36. Malt products
37. Tavern quaffs
38. Malt drinks
39. Pothouse orders
40. Lagers' kin
41. Brewers' city in France?
42. Stout choices
43. City in S France (4)
44. Tavern taps
45. Stingos' kin
46. Steinfuls
47. Pub round
48. Tourist city near Nimes
49. XXX drinks
50. Pub pints
51. Silk-trading city of France
52. Tavern potables
53. Round at the Duck and Drake
54. Pub supply
55. Round in the pub
56. Stout relatives
57. They're on tap in taprooms
58. "Light" and "dark" orders
59. Some are pale
60. Schooner fillers
61. They may fill yards
62. Amber brews
63. Stout drinks
64. Draft picks
65. Yard sales?
66. Molson and others
67. Bass products
68. Draft selections
69. Items on a 46-Down, perhaps
70. Some home-brew
71. Some pintfuls
72. Yeasty brews
73. Newcastle Browns, e.g.
74. Stout ones
75. Bass offerings
76. Local stock
77. Tavern mugfuls
78. Orders at McSorley's
79. Tavern selections
80. Bass productions
81. "Pale" drinks
82. They may be pint-size with big heads
83. Sweet beers
84. Beers in the sale?
85. Potent pints
86. They may have big heads when they're drawn
87. Brewpub fare
88. Round set
89. Beer garden choices
90. Bitter beers
91. Bitter brewed beverages
92. Brewpub selections
93. Hoppy bar orders
94. Selections on tap
95. Some craft beers
96. Taproom orders
97. Taproom selections
98. Brewery buys
99. Stout and porter
100. Stout cousins
101. Tap choices
102. 68 Across et al
103. Brew pub array
104. Microbrewery offerings
105. They have wet heads
106. Paddington pints
107. Publican's pints
108. Drinks with darts
109. Brewmaster's creations
110. Round with heads
111. Brewpub products
112. Microbrewery creations
113. Brewpub concoctions
114. Brewpub menu choices
115. Samuel Adams White Christmas and the like
116. Brewpub menu section
117. Publican's wares
118. Abbey brews
119. Brewer's wares
120. Tavern array
121. They're poured in pints
122. Brewer's products
123. Brewpub choices
124. Pints in pubs
125. They're often bitter
126. LOCAL WATERING HOLE SELECTION
127. Beer alternatives
128. Brewpub quaffs
129. Kilkenny and others
130. Pub selections
131. Some are stout ones
132. They may be stout
133. Sudsy brews
134. Ginger ___ (fountain drinks)
135. Dart-players' quaffs
136. Heavy beers
137. One of the principal centers of French Protestantism
138. Some refreshers
139. Drinks by the dartboard
140. Microbrewery orders
141. Beverages more bitter than beer
142. Pub staples
143. Choices at a 19 Across
144. Pale potables
145. Round at the bar
146. Round in a pub
147. Malt brews
148. Schooners' contents
149. Frothy quaffs
150. Ginger and October
151. Bar beverages
152. Newcastle beers
153. Blonde draft picks, say?
154. Beers' kin
155. Foamy quaffs
156. Orders at a pub
157. Pale brews
158. Suds with your buds, maybe
159. Bass and Harp
160. Malty mugfuls
161. Crawl selections
162. Kegs' contents
163. The "tans" in "black and tans"
164. Basses, e.g.
165. Drinks from 54-Acrosses
166. Rathskeller quaffs
167. They may be brown or cream
168. They may be dark or pale
169. Bar drinks
170. Tavern choices
171. Pub requests
172. Some brewskies
173. Pub lineup
174. Many microbrews
175. Malt creations
176. Stuff on draft
177. Hearty quaffs
178. Dubbel and Weisse, e.g.
179. Beer choices
180. Brew-pub list
181. Brewery offerings
182. High-alcohol beers
183. They sometimes come by the yard
184. Quaffs in tankards
185. ___ the stuff to drink / For fellows whom it hurts to think: A.E. Housman
186. Bitters, e.g.
187. Drinks near a dartboard
188. Happy hour orders
189. Some Sam Adams products
190. Andy Capp quaffs
191. Brewpub beverages
192. Brewpub favorites
193. Mug fillers in brewpubs
194. Pints at the bar
195. Pub quaffs
196. 27-Across offerings
197. Black-and-tan tans
198. Brewpub pints
199. Pub picks
200. Stout alternatives
201. They may be brown or pale
202. Brown or cream bar orders
203. Brown or golden drinks
204. Happy hour pints
205. Pub server's trayful
206. Some amber orders
207. They're drawn in bars
208. Bar round
209. Some pints
210. Dogfish Head products
211. Some are full-bodied
212. Pale orders
213. Pitchers with heads
214. Pub array
215. Some Full Sail brews
216. Brewpub pours
217. Brown bar orders
218. Bass et al.
219. Nanobrewery beverages
220. Taproom array
221. They may be blonde or red
222. They're drawn in pubs
223. They may be 23-Across
224. Bar pints
225. Bass and such
226. Brown and blonde
227. Sierra Nevada products
228. Tap lineup
229. Tavern pours
230. Sometimes pale drinks
231. Mugfuls at Murphy's
232. Brown brews
233. Beer kin
234. Bitter brews
235. Black-and-tan ingredients
236. Quaffs at dart tournaments
237. Beer relatives
238. Microbrewery output
239. Pub mugfuls
240. Brewpub wares
241. Dart players' drinks
242. Round at the pub
243. Blackjack holdings
244. They might be pale
245. Beerlike beverages
246. Brewpub array
247. Pale quaffs
248. Plymouth pours
249. Some homebrews
250. Relatives of beers
251. Darts players' drinks
252. They have heads
253. Saloon selections
254. They may be bitter
255. Pale drinks
256. Drinks with heads
257. Pub offerings
258. Queen in a long-running comic strip
259. Eskimo-___ language family
260. Native seal hunter
261. Unalaska native, e.g.
262. Fixture in a pub
263. Inhabitant of the Pribilof Islands
264. North Pacific islander
265. Western language historically written in the Cyrillic alphabet
266. Like Unalaska
267. Inuit relatives
268. Rat Island natives
269. Bayer anti-inflammatory
270. Call ___ (stop play after service)
271. Native parka wearer
272. Pribilof Islands resident
273. Native of 58-Across
274. All Day Strong. All Day Long brand
275. James Patterson sleuth Cross
276. Over-the-counter name for naproxen
277. To whom "I'll take ..." is often said
278. Longtime comic strip queen
279. I'd like 'The New York Times Crossword' for $200, ___
280. Brand with a "PM" variety
281. Drug whose generic name is naproxen
282. Member of the herring family
283. Pub spigot
284. Dweller along the Bering Sea
285. Fox Islands resident
286. Northern archipelago dweller
287. Public house options
288. Servings from a tap
289. Sierra Nevadas and others
290. Sierra Nevadas, e.g.
291. Some draft selections
292. Certain keg attachment
293. Unalaskan, e.g.
294. Doan's shelfmate
295. Naproxen brand
296. Exam required before entering uni
297. Girlfriend on "Orange Is the New Black"
298. Things sold by the yard?
299. Presidential runner-up who received 8 electoral votes
300. Aquarium build-up
301. Barack Obama sang his "Let's Stay Together"
302. Dundee's protege in the ring
303. 'Java' trumpeter
304. 'Our Gang' boy
305. Michael Caine film
306. 'Thrilla in Manila' fighter
307. Old foe of Frazier
308. Ralph Nader's raiding him
309. 1996 Olympics flame lighter
310. Potpourri for 1000, _____
311. Potpourri for 800, _____
312. A man in Jeopardy
313. Distant relative of Kunta
314. First name in game show hosts
315. Town near Nأ®mes
316. Arod Rodriguez
317. His band played ragtime
318. Eskimo cousin
319. French historian de Tocqueville
320. Either side of a door jamb
321. Quizzer Trebek
322. Bar brews
323. Brewpub servings
324. Dark drinks
325. Microbrewery products
326. Pub provisions
327. Publican pours
328. For stout patrons?
329. They're on tap
330. Beery-sounding French city
331. Pub stocks
332. Brewery blends
333. Nut-brown potables
334. Amber quaffs
335. Barley brews
336. Draft selections?
337. Drinks on draft
338. Heady requests
339. Brews in barrels
340. Potent rounds
341. Stein fillers
342. Microbrewery servings
343. Harp and Bass
344. Malted barley quaffs
345. Provisions at The Red Lion
346. Bar buys
347. Flagon fillers
348. Molson Golden and Bass
349. Drinks served with pub grub
350. Microbrewery brews
351. Brews
352. Tavern orders
353. Cousins of beer
354. Ginger et al.
355. Tavern sales
356. Anagram of 1 Across
357. British festivals
358. Pub orders
359. Light and dark
360. Pub products
361. Pub draughts
362. Pub beverages
363. City in southern France
364. Town NW of Nأ®mes
365. Draft choices
366. Foamy brews
367. City NW of Nأ®mes
368. City near Nأ®mes
369. . . . at wakes and ___: B. Jonson
370. Drinks come from meadows
371. Porters, e.g.
372. Pub brews
373. Publican's offerings
374. Flash Gordon originator ___ Raymond
375. Rat Island resident
376. Eskimo-___ (language group)
377. Seal fur trader
378. Electricity pioneer Volta
379. Atka dweller
380. Bering Sea hunter
381. American Brown et al.
382. Keg contents
383. Pub potables
384. Rathskeller fare
385. Hearty brews
386. Tavern servings
387. Publican's stock
388. Inn inventory
389. Round parts?
390. Some drafts
391. They may create a buzz
392. Some microbrews
393. Tavern offerings
394. Brewpub offerings
395. Many a microbrew
396. Pub choices
397. Some draft picks
398. Brewskis
399. Heady brews
400. Pub potations
401. Malty brews
402. Taverns have them on tap
403. Drinks for wassailing
404. Drinks served in yards
405. Part of the inn inventory
406. Porter and others
407. Pub inventory
408. Pub stock
409. Hoppy-hour quaffs?
410. They can get big heads
411. Pub purchases
412. They're found in yards
413. Bass brews
414. Brew buys
415. Pub output
416. Some brewery bottlefuls
417. Yard fillers
418. Brewery products
419. Guinness and others
420. Beverages
421. Saloon orders
422. Bartenders tender them
423. Bitter drinks
424. Bass and others
425. Malt beverages
426. Bass output
427. Pub drinks
428. Subjects of Guinness records?
429. Draft picks in pubs
430. Beverages in barrels
431. Pub servings
432. Intoxicating round
433. Potent round
434. They're often drawn
435. Some brews
436. Pub deliveries
437. Drinks for Chaucer's Miller
438. They're often tapped
439. Hoppy beverages
440. Some round components
441. Half pints, maybe
442. Ballantine and others
443. Certain pints
444. Brewings
445. Drinks at the Pink Pig, say
446. Drafts, maybe
447. Bubbly drinks
448. Stepping stone to Tokyo (11)
449. Structural members (6)
450. Tavern drinks
451. Suds
452. Commune, Dept Gard, N W of Nimes
453. Creamy brews
454. What pubs dispense
455. Liquors
456. Stingo brews
457. Hofbrau items
458. Dark brews
459. Ginger drinks
460. Bottled beverages
461. Specialties at English fetes
462. Contents of tankards
463. Robin Hood's beverages
464. Full-bodied beers
465. "Andy Capp" quaffs
466. "At wakes and___": Jonson
467. "Blonde" drinks
468. "Craft" beverages
469. "India pale" brews
470. "Pale" and "brown" drinks
471. "Pale" brews
472. "Pale" potables
473. "Pale" pub orders
474. "___ the stuff to drink / For fellows whom it hurts to think": A.E. Housman
475. 'Pale' drinks
476. 53 Orders at the bar
477. A round in a pub perhaps
478. Alcoholic brews
479. Alternatives to lagers
480. Amber and American e.g.
481. Amber and apple beverages
482. Andy Capp's quaffs
483. Arrogant Bastard and others
484. Ballantine and Redhook
485. Bar array
486. Bar bottles
487. Bar choices
488. Bar fare
489. Bar offerings
490. Bar orders
491. Bar selections
492. Bar servings
493. Barley products
494. Bass and Chimay brews
495. Bass and the like
496. Bass beverages
497. Bass line?
498. Bass etc.
499. Basses e.g.
500. Basses maybe
501. Basses perhaps
502. Bath beers
503. Bath suds?
504. Beer
505. Beer garden buys
506. Beer garden offerings
507. Beer picks
508. Beer selections
509. Beer store purchases
510. Beer tent fare
511. Beer types
512. Beer varieties
513. Beers
514. Beers brewed from top-fermenting yeast
515. Beers for Brits
516. Beers in Britain
517. Beers that are warm-brewed
518. Beers.
519. Beverages brewed indoors
520. Beverages drunk in pubs
521. Beverages in a sale?
522. Beverages like beer
523. Beverages to quaff
524. Beverages.
525. Bexley brews
526. Bitter barley brews
527. Bitter beverages
528. Bitter beverages on tap
529. Bitter drinks at times
530. Bitterer-than-beer brews
531. Bitters e.g.
532. Black and tan halves
533. Blonde and ginger
534. Blonde draft picks say?
535. Blonde or brown brews
536. Blondes and such
537. Blue Moon Belgian White and Anchor Liberty
538. Blue Moon Farmhouse Red and others
539. Bock alternatives
540. Bottles that might be marked "XXX" in the comics
541. Brewed beverages
542. Brewed drinks
543. Brewer's creations
544. Brewer's samples
545. Brewery choices
546. Brewery creations
547. Brewery output
548. Brewery selections
549. Brewhouse brews
550. Brewhouse offerings
551. Brewing category
552. Brewmaster's array
553. Brewmaster's concoctions
554. Brewmasters' offerings
555. Brewpub brews
556. Brewpub creations
557. Brewpub drinks
558. Brewpub menu category
559. Brewpub orders
560. Brewpub staples
561. Brewpub stock
562. Brews that may be Scotch or pale
563. Brews that may be brown
564. Brews that may be pale
565. Brews.
566. Brewster's lineup
567. Bristol brews
568. British beerlike beverages
569. British beers
570. British brews
571. British fetes
572. Brooklyn Brown and Fuller's London Pride
573. Brown ___
574. Brown brews perhaps
575. Bubbly brews
576. Buzz producers
577. Casks' contents
578. Certain bar choices
579. Certain brews.
580. Certain draft picks
581. Certain draft picks?
582. Certain festivals.
583. Certain grogs
584. Certain libations.
585. Clubhouse drinks frequently
586. Concoctions with yeast
587. Consumables often described with a percentage
588. Contents of some tankards
589. Contents of some yards
590. Craft brewery choices
591. Cream drinks
592. Dart players' quaffs
593. Dietary staple of Colonial America
594. Dorset drinks
595. Double Nut Browns say
596. Draft choices?
597. Draft drinks
598. Draft orders
599. Draft picks?
600. Drafts
601. Drafts in London
602. Drafts maybe
603. Draught drinks
604. Draught pourings
605. Drinkables.
606. Drinking orders
607. Drinks
608. Drinks at the Pink Pig say
609. Drinks by the dartboard?
610. Drinks carried by salesman
611. Drinks for dart players
612. Drinks for sale
613. Drinks in pubs
614. Drinks in schooners
615. Drinks in yards
616. Drinks on sale
617. Drinks on tap
618. Drinks rated in International Bitterness Units
619. Drinks served by the pint
620. Drinks that are alcoholic [S]
621. Drinks that are often brown red or pale
622. Drinks.
623. Dubbel and Weisse e.g.
624. English country festivals.
625. Fall fetes.
626. Falstaff quaffs
627. Falstaff's quaffs
628. Fat Tire and Full Sail
629. Fat Tire and others
630. Fawlty Towers drinks
631. Fermented beverages
632. Festivals
633. Flanders red and others
634. Foamy beverages
635. Foamy drinks
636. French city
637. Frothy orders
638. Gastropub orders
639. Gastropub's drinks
640. Gateau's cousin
641. Ginger ___ (carbonated soft drinks)
642. Ginger ___ (some soft drinks)
643. Ginger and others
644. Ginger pops?
645. Gingery soft drinks
646. Golden and pale beverages
647. Goose Island offerings
648. Goose Island products
649. Grain-based brews
650. Growler fillers
651. Guinness and Kilkenny
652. Guinness and Watney
653. Guinness mainstay
654. Guinness products
655. Half pints maybe
656. Happy hour picks
657. Happy hour selections
658. Harp and Bass e.g.
659. Harp output
660. Head holders
661. Heady drinks
662. Heady pints
663. Heady pub beverages
664. Heady quaffs
665. Heady stuff
666. Hearty draughts
667. Hearty drink orders
668. Hearty libations
669. Heavy brews
670. Heavy lagers
671. Hoegaarden products
672. Hopped quaffs
673. Hopped-up beverages
674. Hoppy brewery offerings
675. Hoppy brewpub offerings
676. Hoppy brews
677. Hoppy drinks
678. Hoppy happy hour drinks
679. Hoppy hour drinks?
680. Hoppy mediums?
681. Hoppy quaffs
682. India pale ___ (hoppy brews)
683. Inn beverages
684. Inn drinks
685. Inn orders
686. Inn quaffs
687. Inn stock
688. Insets may be filled with them
689. It may be found in a trunk
690. Labatt and Molsen products
691. Labatt products
692. Lager alternatives
693. Lager cousins
694. Lagers
695. Lagers' cousins
696. Leader entombed at the center of Tiananmen Square
697. Libations
698. Libations on tap
699. Libations with pub grub
700. Local listings?
701. Magic Hat products
702. Malt liquors
703. Malt liquors.
704. Malt-based beverages
705. Malted barley brews
706. Malted beverages
707. Malted drinks
708. Malted quaffs
709. Many are blonde
710. Many craft brews
711. McSorley's inventory
712. McSorley's orders
713. Merrie Men refreshments
714. Merry Men refreshments
715. Micro-brewery products
716. Microbrew products
717. Microbrewers' output
718. Microbrewers' products
719. Microbrewery stock
720. Microbrews frequently
721. Milwaukee products.
722. Molsen and Labatt products
723. Molsen products
724. Molson products
725. Mug drinks
726. Mug fillers
727. Mum and others
728. N mes neighbor
729. Nanobrewery beverages (4)
730. Naughty Goose and Moose Drool
731. Newcastle Brown and others
732. Newcastle Browns e.g.
733. Newcastle and others
734. Nightclub requests?
735. Nut brown quaffs
736. Nut-brown brews
737. October quaffs.
738. Oktoberfest beverages
739. Oktoberfest brews
740. Oktoberfest orders
741. Oktoberfest quaffs
742. Oktoberfest servings
743. Old Brown Dog and others
744. On-tap items
745. On-tap offerings
746. On-tap options
747. Orders akin to porters
748. Orders with heads
749. Pale ___
750. Pale and Brown
751. Pale and stout
752. Pale drinks sometimes
753. Pale or dark pints
754. Pale potables?
755. Part of Guinness records?
756. Part of many brewpub names
757. Pete's Wicked and others
758. Pilsner alternatives
759. Pint glass varieties
760. Pints
761. Pints at pubs
762. Pints' contents
763. Pirate quaffs
764. Pleasant pints
765. Popular brews
766. Popular draft picks
767. Popular pub picks
768. Porter and others.
769. Porter orders
770. Porters and stouts
771. Porters and such
772. Porters may be found near them
773. Porters e.g.
774. Porters.
775. Potables at a pub
776. Potables.
777. Potations
778. Potent pub potables
779. Potent pub quaffs
780. Potent pub rounds
781. Potluck dinner staple
782. Pours that can be pale
783. Pub beers
784. Pub drafts
785. Pub drinks.
786. Pub fare
787. Pub favorites.
788. Pub items.
789. Pub libations
790. Pub offering
791. Pub options
792. Pub pints.
793. Pub potations.
794. Pub potions
795. Pub potions.
796. Pub preferences
797. Pub purchase
798. Pub round perhaps
799. Pub rounds
800. Pub selection
801. Pub sign.
802. Pub specialties.
803. Pub specialty.
804. Pub trayful
805. Public orders
806. Publicans' servings
807. Pump fillers
808. Quaff choices
809. Quaffs
810. Quaffs at the pub
811. Quaffs in pints
812. Quaffs.
813. Ren Faire refreshers
814. Robust brews
815. Round components
816. Round glasses perhaps
817. Round in Britain maybe
818. Round items?
819. Round of draft picks
820. Round orders
821. Round parts
822. Saloon choices
823. Saloon drinks
824. Saloon selection
825. Saloon servings
826. Saloon stock
827. Saloon suds
828. Sam Adams products
829. Samuel Adams brews them
830. Samuel Adams produces them
831. Samuel Adams products
832. Servings at the Surly Goat
833. She played Jo in "CSI: NY"
834. Sierra Nevada and others
835. Sierra Nevadas e.g.
836. Six-pack choice
837. Six-pack contents
838. Six-pack stuff
839. Some British beverages
840. Some Guinness listings
841. Some London bottles
842. Some Magic Hat drinks
843. Some Sam Adams brews
844. Some Samuel Adams offerings
845. Some Samuel Adams products
846. Some alcoholic beverages
847. Some are bitter
848. Some are blonde and tapped out
849. Some are ginger
850. Some are porters
851. Some beers
852. Some brewery offerings
853. Some brews (4)
854. Some brewskis
855. Some brown brews
856. Some craft brews
857. Some draft choices
858. Some draft drinks
859. Some draft orders
860. Some drinks on tap
861. Some get pretty hoppy
862. Some half-pints
863. Some keg contents
864. Some microbrewery offerings
865. Some pale drinks
866. Some pub brews
867. Some pub offerings
868. Some pub orders
869. Some pub pints
870. Some pub servings
871. Some purchases at CraftShack.com
872. Some six-packs
873. Some suds
874. Sometimes-pale drinks
875. Southern French town
876. Speaks gi**erish
877. Stein servings
878. Stout and others.
879. Stout and porter.
880. Stout cousins?
881. Stout relatives?
882. Stout stuff
883. Stout stuff?
884. Stouts
885. Stouts e.g.
886. Strong beers
887. Stronger than beers
888. Suds with your buds maybe
889. Sudsy quaffs
890. Tall orders maybe
891. Tankard contents
892. Tankard fills
893. Tankard orders
894. Tankard quaffs
895. Tap options
896. Tap output
897. Tap things?
898. Tapped quaffs
899. Taproom choices
900. Taproom offerings
901. Taproom servings
902. Tapster's options
903. Tavern fare
904. Tavern menu heading
905. Tavern purchases
906. Tavern sign
907. Tavern specialties.
908. Tavern staples
909. Tavern tonics
910. Tavern tots
911. Taverner's assortment
912. They can be blond and pale
913. They can be brown or blonde
914. They can be pale
915. They can be pale or ginger
916. They come to a head
917. They get drunk in pubs
918. They have big heads when drawn
919. They have hops
920. They may be blonde
921. They may be blonde or brown
922. They may be golden or brown
923. They may be pale
924. They may be pale or nut brown
925. They may be served with or without a head
926. They may be sold by the yard
927. They may be sour
928. They may be tapped
929. They may be tapped out
930. They might be pale or old
931. They might be served with bangers and mash
932. They might have big heads
933. They often have big heads when drawn
934. They take hops
935. They're drawn
936. They're fermented warmer than lagers
937. They're for sale at a bar
938. They're frequently tapped
939. They're heady and hearty
940. They're in taprooms
941. They're often a round
942. They're often served in pint-sized glasses
943. They're served in bars
944. They're served in pint-sized glasses
945. They're sometimes pale
946. They've got hops
947. Things for sale by the yard
948. Things measured in yards
949. Thirst quenchers
950. Toasters often hold them
951. Toby brews
952. Toby-jug fillers
953. Toby-jug quaffs
954. Town near Nimes
955. Town near Nimes.
956. Vampire Blood and Evil Dead Red
957. Viking quaffs
958. Warm-fermented brews
959. What Elsa drinks
960. What may be brewing
961. What people have in yards
962. What stout people drink?
963. Whistle-wetters.
964. Yards are often filled with them
965. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese orders
966. You may note their fruitiness at a beer tasting
967. Zombie Dust and others
968. ___ ___ Orders at McSorley's
969. Potables
970. Samples of the brewer's art
971. Nogs, in Britain
972. Malt potables
973. Heady concoctions
974. Milwaukee products
975. Bar requests
976. India pale brews
977. See 31-Across
978. Some 60-Across output
979. They're sometimes served in yards
980. Orders at the local
981. Brown brews, perhaps
982. Stouts, e.g.
983. Pub mixtures
984. Scarlatti
985. More of quote
986. Alaskan islander
987. Prince Valiant s lady
988. Alaskan
989. Prince Valiant's beloved
990. Prince Valiant's wife
991. Prince Valiant's lady
992. Popular pain reliever
993. 44-Down cousins
994. Native Alaskan
995. Alaskan tongue
996. Aboriginal Alaskan
997. Alaska Peninsula native
998. The Tanners' alien guest
999. Alaska islander
1000. Some alcoholic drinks
1001. Alaskan native
1002. Alaska native
1003. Cousins of lagers
1004. Unalaska Island native
1005. See 3-Down
1006. Some brewpub selections
1007. Go Beyond Pain sloganeer
1008. Kodiak native
1009. Some seal hunters
1010. Tylenol competitor
1011. Adak native
1012. Native on the Bering Sea
1013. Northern native
1014. Native Alaskans
1015. Naproxen, commercially
1016. Prince Valiant's love
1017. Advil alternative
1018. Electrical pioneer
1019. Certain Alaskan
1020. Native of the 49th state
1021. Unalaska native
1022. Bayer brand
1023. A Clockwork Orange protagonist
1024. Jeopardy! host Trebek
1025. Pub fixture
1026. Native of Alaska
1027. All Day Strong. All Day Long sloganeer
1028. Advil competitor
1029. Strong brews
1030. Motrin alternative
1031. Dweller on the Bering Sea
1032. Pond buildup
1033. Mrs. Kramden
1034. TV ET
1035. =-- Romeo
1036. Dan Quayle's successor
1037. Actress MacGraw
1038. Pond scum
1039. Actress Woodard
1040. Bill Clinton's veep
1041. Boxing great Muhammad
1042. Sporty Italian car, for short
1043. Boxing great
1044. Earth in the Balance author
1045. Came down to earth
1046. Eskimo relative
1047. Eskimo's kin
1048. Western Alaskan
1049. Sitcom alien
1050. Author Haley
1051. Haley or Trebek
1052. Taxi driver
1053. Trebek of "Jeopardy!"
1054. Furry TV alien
1055. Politico Landon
1056. Class of submarines
1057. Host Trebek
1058. Joan's "Dynasty" role
1059. ET on TV
1060. Code word for A
1061. Roots writer Haley
1062. First name on "Jeopardy!"
1063. Language once written in Cyrillic
1064. Shad relative
1065. All Day Strong medication
1066. Legal drafts?
1067. Woman drawn by Hal Foster
1068. Queen of the Misty Isles, in the comics
1069. Native of United States islands.
1070. Italian fortified city, east of Turin.
1071. Malt beverages.
1072. Red-yellow color.
1073. Creamy brews.
1074. City near Turin.
1075. Island group, including Andreanofs.
1076. Liquors.
1077. The Catherine Archipelago.
1078. Color called also cafأ© au lait.
1079. Brewages.
1080. Spigots.
1081. Full-bodied beers.
1082. Robin Hood's beverages.
1083. Stingo brews.
1084. Abutment of a Roman arch.
1085. Bottled beverages.
1086. Contents of tankards.
1087. Dark brews.
1088. English festivals.
1089. Ginger drinks.
1090. Hofbrau items.
1091. Pub beverages.
1092. Specialties at English fetes.
1093. They're on tap.
1094. Faucets in pubs.
1095. Samples of the brewer's art.
1096. Served by 54 Across.
1097. Where to buy porter.
1098. Malt potables.
1099. Nogs, in Britain.
1100. Potations.
1101. Pub signs.
1102. Native of Alaska.
1103. Ingredients of shandygaff.
1104. Pub sales.
1105. Unalaskan.
1106. British brews.
1107. Fermented beverages.
1108. Pub stock in trade.
1109. Alaskan aborigine.
1110. Nogs.
1111. Taproom items.
1112. Tavern sign.
1113. Town in S France, near Nimes.
1114. Wassail quaffs.
1115. Bar spigots.
1116. Alaskan.
1117. 'Tis ___ you should heed, Try, try again.
1118. Native of Attu.
1119. Cafأ© au lait color.
1120. Take ___.
1121. The color cafأ© au lait.
1122. Tavern fixture.
1123. Pub orders.
1124. Pub fixture.
1125. Barroom fixture.
1126. Building wing.
1127. Wings of buildings
1128. Basses, perhaps
1129. Basses, maybe
1130. See 45-Down
1131. Golden __
1132. See 57 Down
1133. Keg fillers
1134. Brewhouse orders
1135. Ingredients of shandygaff
1136. Pub sign
1137. Pub sales
1138. Pub stock in trade
1139. Organise sale of drinks
1140. Tap offerings at a pub
1141. Nogs
1142. Town in S France, near Nimes
1143. Pub signs
1144. Taproom items
1145. Certain brews
1146. Pub favorites
1147. Drinkables
1148. Pub specialty
1149. Stout and others
1150. Tavern specialties
1151. Pub items
1152. Certain festivals
1153. Fall fetes
1154. Ginger et al
1155. Anagram of
1156. ... at wakes and ___: B. Jonson
1157. Bar supply
1158. Stouts and porters