Accute gravity attack: falling down while drunk.
Alcoholic aphasia: loss of speech control due to intoxication.
Allupin Cider: hint: try saying it out loud.
Angels' share: the whiskey that evaporates during the aging process.
Bar hop: travel to several bars (and get drunk, most likely).
Barley sandwich: beer for lunch.
Behind the stick: serving drinks; working the taps.
Boozemosis: absorbing alcohol through the skin.
Bower: beer in the shower.
Brewski: a beer.
Brunk: drunk at brunch.
Buzz-on: mild intoxication.
Calling dinosaurs: throwing up.
Camper: a patron who camps out at the bar for the evening.
Canners: canned beer.
Cellar Smeller: somebody who only comes over when there's free booze.
Cooler: a chick drink.
Corn palsy: a hangover from drinking corn liquor.
Crooking the elbow: drinking.
Drinking tourists: amateur drinkers.
Elevenses: pre-noon whiskey break.
Friender: a bender friend.
Get drafted: drink too much draft beer.
Glow on: a mild buzz.
Green around the gills: hung over.
Growler: a half-gallon glass jug of draft beer.
Halfrack: a twelve-pack of beer.
Heavy wet: malt liquor.
Hydraulic sandwich: liquid lunch.
Instant margarita: a shot of tequila and a shot of lime juice, usually upside down.
Jag on: a serious buzz.
Laughing gravy: booze.
Leo Sayer: all-dayer (Cockney rhyming slang for an all-day bender).
Maintenance drink: one just to maintain the buzz.
Mexican itch: the usual tequila/salt/lemon ritual (also known as "training wheels").
Mudslinger: any shooter that doesn't later properly.
Nerk: see "tequila shiver".
One Hundred Club: a shot of beer every minute for a hundred minutes.
On scholarship: when a bartender spends his time hitting on the clientele, so the other bartenders have to do all the work.
Piss-up: a big night out.
Placebo bottle: liquor bottle filled with water.
Poverty pack: six-pack.
Pre-gaming: having some drinks before you go out drinking.
Pre-hab: when you haven't quit drinking yet.
Prime up: have a few drinks in preparation for having a few more drinks.
Rally barf: throw up and then get your second wind (AKA puke and rally, AKA rally and boot).
Reaccomodated: thrown out of a bar.
Rendezbooze: When a group of people get together to drink.
Retox: off the wagon.
Road rocket: a beer or a mixed drink in a pop can; one for the road.
Schizzed out: burned out, trashed, done for the night.
Scorpion honey: tequila
Single-drinkathon: slow night.
Sink a few depth charges: have a few drinks.
Six-pack flu: hangover.
Slug: a shot.
Spacer: a non-alcoholic drink between rounds.
Talent: good-looking customers.
Tequila shiver: the twist in your spine after a tequila shot.
Tie one on: get drunk.
Tilt a few back: have a few drinks.
Training beer: lite beer.
Violent Seven: rye and 7Up.
Vodka pocket: that splash of pure vodka you sometimes find in the middle of a strong screwdriver.
Whiskey math: difficulty adding up your tab.
Whiskey sabbatical: the time it takes to get more ice.
Whisper drink: drink quietly, on the sly.
White lightning: moonshine.
Wobbly pops: drinks.
Wonder Wine: a godawful home winemaking kit.
Yukkaflux: the Saskatchewan tradition of soaking fruit in all your leftover hard liquor.