(of a person) Inclined to consume a significant amount of alcohol.
He's normally quite a boozy person, but isn't drinking so much these days.
(of an event) Involving a large consumption of alcohol.
We all had hangovers after a boozy weekend in town.
(of food) Containing or cooked with alcohol.
For dessert, the hosts treated us to a helping of boozy apple pie.
1971, Marge Piercy, “Burying Blues for Janis”, in To Be Of Use:
You embodied that good done-in mama who gives and gives like a fountain of boozy chicken soup to a rat race of men.
2005, Frank A. Defilippo, Hooked, page 187:
Now both sitting, we shoveled into the whorls of the boozy ice cream peach orchard, sweet, tart and cold, filling while it offered the same medicinal stomach coating as a shot glass of Pepto Bismal, only much more to my taste.