1. [late 19C+] (US) beer.
2. [1900s] drink in general.
3. [1920s+] coffee.
[1900s] (US) champagne.
[1970s] (Aus.) a regular drinker.
a barman; a waiter.
(Aus.) a hotel, i.e. a public house.
[1940s–70s] (orig. US black) to open and drink a can of beer.
1. [17C–mid-19C] in trouble, in a disagreeable situation [SE suds, filth, muck].
2. [mid-18C–early 19C] tipsy.
[1900s] [US Und.] food and beer.
[1940s+] (US) to drink beer.
SE in slang uses
[1950s+] (US black) to work as a washer-up.
[1930s] (US black) unaware, unsophisticated.
to provide a drink of beer.