Carling™ [Carling] noun [U]
a British make of ↑lager, a type of pale light ↑beer. A series of amusing advertisements for Carling Black Label appeared in the 1980s and 1990s. They showed a man doing something very unusual or surprising, usually requiring special skill or strength, and somebody else saying, ‘I bet he drinks Carling Black Label’

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