What are street slang names for alcohol?
Nicknames/Slang for Alcohol
Crunked: To be high off alcohol and marijuana at the same time. Hand Grenade: A small bottle of sweet, pre-mixed alcohol. Pre-game: Drinking alcohol before a party. Watermelon: Sometimes a whole watermelon is injected with Everclear, which can be cut up and served.
- hard liquor.
- hard stuff.
Alcohol, sometimes referred to by the chemical name ethanol, is a psychoactive drug that is the active ingredient in drinks such as beer, wine, and distilled spirits (hard liquor).
Tinnie and Amber Nectar
Tinnie was first used in the 1970s and referred to as canned beer. Amber nectar originated from the U.S. in the 19th century. Amber nectar can refer to lager. At first, any colored drink was amber nectar.
FAQ's on Wine Slang
A few wine slang terms to name wine are vino, glogg, and, for fans of the show Community, no-no juice.
alkie. / (ˈælkɪ) / noun plural -kies. slang a heavy drinker or alcoholic. Slang.
guzzle, liquor (up), lush (up)
The lowball glass, Old Fashioned glass, or rocks glass, are all names for a short tumbler with a solid base which holds around 6 to 8 ounces of liquid. A solid base aids with drinks that require 'muddled' ingredients. These low glasses can also be used for serving a neat pour of liquor.
Cocktail (or Martini) Glass
After all, it is the most popular drink served in this style of glass which is why it's often called a "martini" glass. Cocktail glasses are used for drinks between 3 and 6 ounces that are most often served "up" without ice.
Is alcohol a drug?
Is Alcohol Classified As A Drug? Alcohol is a drug. It is classified as a Central Nervous System (CNS) depressant, which means that drinking alcohol slows down brain functioning, neural activity, and further reduces the functioning of various vital functions in the body.
Numerous other central nervous system depressant substances have similar effects to alcohol. These include: Benzodiazepines, such as Valium (diazepam) Barbiturates, such as Seconal (secobarbital)
|Hard liquor, beer, wine, champagne, etc.||Brewski, Bubbly, Cold One, Draft, Firewater, Hard Stuff, Jungle Juice, Moonshine, Nightcap, Shooter, Vino|
People typically got hooch or giggle water – alcohol– from a barrel house or gin mill, which were distribution places, and maybe kept it in their hipflask (which is pretty self-explanatory).
: alcoholic liquor especially when inferior or illicitly made or obtained. hooch.
- (also barley-broo)
- [chiefly Scottish],