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Beefeater, for one [Crossword Clue]
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- GIN (3 Letters/Characters)
Crossword Answer Definition
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noun: gin; plural noun: gins; noun: gin rummy; plural noun: gin rummies
- a clear alcoholic spirit distilled from grain or malt and flavored with juniper berries.
- a form of the card game rummy in which a player holding cards totaling ten or fewer may terminate play.
Beefeater Gin is a brand of gin owned by Pernod Ricard and bottled and distributed in the United Kingdom, by the company of James Burrough. Beefeater remained in the Burrough's family control until 1987. It is a 47% or 44% alcohol product (94 proof) in the US, and a 40% alcohol product (80 proof) elsewhere in the world (including the UK). The Beefeater distillery is one of 24 in London.
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