What is a growler in British slang?
Whats the difference between a Crowler and a growler?
one to two weeks
What is a 32 oz growler called?
It’s not worth it. Growlers became a thing because there were beers you could only get on tap. If there is a beer that you can get on tap or in bottles, it is almost assuredly a better deal to get the bottle. Obviously if you can only get the beer in a growler, it is worth it if you think the beer is worth the price.
Beginning as early as the late 1800s, tin pails, pitchers, glass jars or jugs, or other vessels were used to carry beer home from the local pub. These “growlers” supposedly got their name because as the beer sloshed around, it caused the carbon dioxide to escape and created a growling noise.
What does a growler mean?
growler in British English 1. a person, animal, or thing that growls. 2. British slang, obsolete. a four-wheeled hansom cab.