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breaker2 a small water cask for the lifeboat of a ship.
broach to create or enlarge (a hole), esp. in order to draw out liquid, as from a cask. [1/7 definitions]
bung a cork or other stopper used to close the hole in a barrel or cask. [2/3 definitions]
bunghole the hole in a barrel or cask through which it is filled or emptied; bung.
butt4 a unit of capacity equal to 126 gallons or about 477 liters, used for measuring beer or wine, or a barrel or cask with this capacity.
cask to put or store in a cask. [1/3 definitions]
draft the act of drawing a liquid from a container, such as a cask or barrel, or the amount of liquid drawn (sometimes spelled "draught"). [2/16 definitions]
hoop a circular band of metal used to hold together the strips that form the sides of a barrel, cask, or tub. [1/7 definitions]
keg a small cask or barrel, usu. holding less than ten gallons. [1/2 definitions]
on draft available to be drawn from a keg or cask; not bottled.
on tap ready to be served from a cask, as beer or ale. [1/2 definitions]
pipe2 a cask having this capacity, esp. one that is full. [1/2 definitions]
puncheon1 a cask of varying capacity of approximately eighty gallons or three hundred liters, used for beer, wine, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
spigot a plug or tap set in a cask opening. [1/2 definitions]
stave to smash and push in the staves of (a barrel, cask, or the like). [1/7 definitions]
tun a large container or cask for storing liquids such as wine. [1/3 definitions]