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13:14 Jul 11, 2002
Danish to Danish translations [Non-PRO]
Danish term or phrase: host beer
noget som blev lanceret omkring 1866 i USA. Bl.a. kom linoleum, margaringe og 'root beer'ind på nationens markedspladser...
John Norgaard
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4Local beer
Christina Clark



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Local beer

I am quite sure it just means the 'local' beer of a certain area.

See below:

"Holden's Black County Bitter: Sold mainly as a host beer, under the names of it's various outlets. A sweeter, fruitier version of the bitter."

Hope you can use it.

    Reference: http://www.holdensbrewery.co.uk/default.htm
Christina Clark
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Native speaker of: Danish
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