zymurgic

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zymurgic (not comparable)

  1. (rare) Relating to zymurgy.
    • 1994, Tibor Fischer, The thought gang
      You can't go a hundred yards without a pick-up point for zymurgic solutions: off-licences, pubs, supermarkets, restaurants. Civilisation is a careful construction for the production and distribution of alcohol.
    • 1998, Fal Allen, Dick Cantwell, Barley wine: history, brewing techniques, recipes
      There are a few Belgian beers which lie outside the designations afforded that beer-rich country's many hefty zymurgic offerings, and that, if sneaked into a barley wine tasting, might stand proud, stylistically speaking.