418 Cool Names, Nicknames, and Slang for Alcohol 2020 Update

418 Cool Names, Nicknames, and Slang for Alcohol 2020 Update.

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Nicknames for Alcohol

Alcohol

The first recorded use of the word “Alcohol” was in 1672, and the word is said to be derived from “al-kuhul / al-kohl” or the French “alcohol” in Arabic (Medieval Latin).

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), more than 86% of all people above the age of 18 have had a drink at some point in their lives, with more than 65% of that same group reporting drinking within the month prior to surveying.

As a substance that has been around for centuries and that is so commonly consumed, alcohol is associated with a robust list of slang terms and colloquialisms.

Alcohol Mixed with Other Drugs

Mixing alcohol and other intoxicating substances can be a dangerous game, but many people partake in the activity, nonetheless.

Alcohol may be consumed in an attempt to enhance or prolong the effects of some drugs; however, in some cases, doing so can result in potentially severe side effects, such as slowed breathing, decreased heart rate, and even death.

Alcohol appears in many ways today and goes by many names. We’ve assembled a list in this article containing some of the most frequently used alcohol nicknames in their various forms, alcoholics, and drinking slangs.

The following are the most popular terms, slangs, and other words for Alcohol:

  • Tummy Buster
  • Sauce
  • Suds
  • Sauce
  • Jungle Juice
  • Toddy
  • Fluid
  • Giggle Juice
  • Potable
  • Rotgut
  • Hooch ‒ Homemade alcohol.
  • Half-rack
  • Sixer

Nicknames for Alcohol

  • Eye-Opener
  • Nightcap
  • Liquid Courage
  • Intoxicant
  • Giggle Water
  • Liquid
  • Goof
  • Liquid Tar
  • Adult Beverage
  • The bottle
  • Brewski
  • Booze
  • Poison, Petrol, Oil
  • Adult Punch
  • Firewater
  • Draft
  • Vino
  • Refreshment
  • Cream Sherry
  • Poteen ‒ Alcohol from potatoes.
  • Aqua Vitae
  • Jizznog
  • Juice
  • Cold One
  • Hard Stuff
  • Brew
  • Liquid bread
  • Tipple
  • Rag Water
  • Diesel
  • Oats Soda
  • Shooter
  • Red Hot Chili Pickle

Nicknames and Slang for Whiskey

Whiskey (or Whisky as it is sometimes spelled) is a popular alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain. This could be barley, corn, rye, or even wheat. If you love a good whiskey or know someone who does, here are some of the most popular nicknames that whiskey can be called:

  • Ballantine
  • Usquebaugh
  • Fireball
  • Whiskey on the rocks
  • Daru ‒ An Indian nickname for Whiskey.
  • Anti-freeze
  • Spiritus Frumenti
  • Visky
  • White Lightning
  • Single malt
  • Old Crow
  • Moonshine
  • Walking potion
  • Rye
  • Candoodle
  • Beesting
  • Maple shot
  • Lantern fuel
  • Tennessee Mouthwash
  • Dram
  • Drop of the Pure
  • Blackjack
  • Bourbon ‒ American Whiskey.
  • Boilo
  • Shot
  • Snifter
  • Rifleman
  • Scotch
  • Doolaid
  • Liquid dessert
  • Gaelic Coffee
  • Wisky
  • Stengah
  • Who-shot-john
  • Pop-Skull
  • Gindian
  • Neat
  • CC&G
  • Mountain Dew
  • Uisge beatha.
  • Corn-squeezins
  • Bells

Nicknames and Slang for Champagne

Everybody loves a tasty glass of Champagne, and this French sparkling wine is known for having a good number of nicknames.  Here’s a couple of the most popular nicknames for champagne:

  • Champers
  • Cup of Ace/Cup of Goose/Cup of Cris
  • Bottle of Bub
  • Champale
  • Jazzy Juice
  • Sparkler
  • Buck’s Fizz
  • Shampoo
  • Passion Pop
  • Road Mimosa/Mimosa/Pommosa
  • Champipple
  • Sean Don
  • Saclaira
  • Blow Hole
  • Flirtini
  • Sparksmosa
  • Fizz
  • Sparkle Bomb
  • Goon
  • Champansky
  • Champ Juice
  • Sunshine in A Bottle
  • Shamps
  • Goldie
  • Mo-Weezy
  • Bubbly/Bubbles
  • Champizzle/Twizpagne
  • Shampahnyeh
  • Heatherberry
  • Alejandra
  • Rosay
  • Dirty Diamonds
  • Fizzurp
  • Crystalle
  • Cristal Rose
  • Winner’s Juice

Nicknames for Alcohol

Nicknames and Slang for Brandy

Brandy is an intoxicating liquor produced by distilling wine and is usually aged in wooden casks. If you’ve got a weak spot for this spirit, here are some other names for brandy:

  • Good Wood
  • Bailoni
  • Xoteric
  • Gorilla Milk
  • Karate Water
  • Brandeh
  • Moesha
  • Witty Chuck
  • Yack
  • Evil Juice
  • Kirschwasser
  • Hot Toddy
  • Gravy Drink
  • Brown Liquor
  • Yak Potion
  • Ruckus
  • Spreadah
  • Cherry Bomber
  • Palinka
  • Calvados
  • Jersey Lightning
  • Brapple
  • Grandpa Juice
  • Vitamin B&C

Nicknames and Slang for Rum

Rum is a popular liquor that is made by fermenting and distilling sugarcane molasses/sugarcane juice, which is then aged in oak barrels. If Rum is your thing, here are slangs used to describe Rum:

  • Happy juice
  • CRums
  • Powerdrill
  • Nelson’s Blood
  • Kill-Devil
  • Navy Neaters
  • Rhum
  • Wave Cutter
  • Splice the mainbrace
  • Power Cougar
  • Crum
  • Caribeer
  • Roman Coke
  • Barbados Water
  • Spicy Cougar
  • Jock Juice
  • Pirate Ale
  • Pirates Drink/Pirate Juice
  • Aguardiente
  • Julian/Roman
  • Rumbo
  • Sugarcane
  • Grog
  • Skinny Captain
  • Demon Water
  • Miami Vice
  • Black rat
  • Rumbullion
  • Devil’s Kool-Aid
  • Pirate Beer
  • Rumski

Nicknames for Alcohol

Nicknames and Slang for Vodka

Vodka is a clear alcoholic drink that originates from Poland and Russia. This intoxicating beverage is primarily made up of water and ethanol. If you’ve got a weak spot for this drink, here are some popular nicknames for Vodka:

  • Vods
  • Juicy Jerry
  • Cherry bomb
  • Vat
  • Party water
  • Jibb-Juice
  • Dizzy water
  • One-armed scissor
  • Vdog
  • Pirate Drank
  • Potato Juice
  • Wacky Water
  • Magic water
  • Wadka
  • Devil’s vomit
  • Vodkie
  • Champion juice
  • Smir Smir
  • Sailor’s Sour Cream
  • Belve
  • Screwdriver
  • Badcat
  • Bananodka
  • Ghetto Juice
  • Uncle Carl
  • Green Dragon
  • Vegas water
  • Russian wine
  • Voon
  • Potato sauce
  • Stoli/Stolichnya
  • Vodak
  • Samogonka
  • Strawdriver
  • Voka
  • Vagga
  • Moskovskaya
  • Dizzy water
  • Monster Mix
  • Wódka
  • Voodoo
  • Slim-jim Slammerson
  • Russian bottled water
  • Voddy
  • Vitamin V
  • Vakaka

Nicknames and Slang for Tequila

Tequila is a Mexican distilled spirit that is made from the blue agave plant in the city of Tequila, Mexico. If this alcoholic drink is a favorite of yours, here are some recognized nicknames for Tequila:

  • Mexican champagne
  • Tekillya
  • Patron on Ice
  • Mexican water
  • Vitamin T
  • TQ
  • Teq
  • Tesmellya
  • Worm
  • Mexican tornado
  • Magic potion
  • Redneck Margarita
  • Spequila
  • Patrizzle
  • Yellow Sunrise
  • Mexican Death Mix.
  • Devil’s water
  • Felony juice
  • Rugby shot
  • Mexican Mouthwash
  • Mockingbird
  • Agave

Nicknames and Slang for Gin

Gin is a distilled liquor that derives its flavor from juniper berries or other botanical/herbal spice and fruit flavors, which is then mixed with tonic water. If you enjoy indulging in this healthy beverage, here are some interesting nicknames for gin:

  • White Satin
  • Green Gimble
  • Hollands
  • Blue ruin
  • Dutch Courage
  • Mother’s Ruin
  • Mother’s Milk
  • Ogin
  • The Devil’s Left Hand
  • Flash of Lightning
  • Cream of the valley
  • Jenever/Genever
  • Duzac
  • Jackey
  • Kill Grief
  • The out and out
  • Old Tom
  • Lavender
  • Juniper
  • Doggy fizzle
  • Velvet Crush
  • Highball ‒ Gin and tonic.
  • OJ Simpson
  • Gin on The Rocks
  • Looch
  • Pink Ginade
  • Cuckold’s Comfort
  • Daffy
  • Max
  • Blue Lightening
  • Silver
  • Cliff
  • Knock me Down
  • Ginny

Nicknames for Alcoholics

Just as there is different slang for alcohol, there are also different nicknames, slang, and terms for alcoholics. The following are different slang used for alcoholics:

  • Toper
  • Barfly
  • Debauchee
  • Inebriate
  • Red labeled
  • Bacchanalian
  • Tippler
  • Carouser
  • Wino
  • Sponge
  • Brewery
  • Dipsomaniac
  • Drunk
  • Drunkard
  • Sot
  • Alchie/Alkey/Alkie
  • Lush
  • Souse
  • Tosspot
  • Alcoholic
  • Juicer
  • Guzzler
  • Bibber/Wine-bibber
  • Goldiedrunk
  • Stiff
  • Boozer
  • Soak
  • Wine Factory

Slang for Drunk

Just as there are different street names for alcohol and alcoholics, there are many slangs for drinking alcohol.

Here is a list of different slangs for being drunk:

  • Boozed-up
  • Hosed
  • Squiffy
  • Limber
  • Three sheets to the wind
  • Blasted
  • Loaded
  • Toasted
  • Under the influence
  • Bulletproof
  • Slammed
  • Dancing on The Ceiling
  • Away with the fairies
  • Fuck-faced
  • Flushed
  • Off my tits
  • Fecked
  • Inebriated
  • Cockeyed
  • Hammered
  • Rat-arsed
  • Piss drunk
  • Gobsmacked
  • Ginned up
  • Logged Out
  • Had a few
  • Off my head
  • Hop-head

  • Arseholed
  • Canned
  • Steamed
  • Knackered
  • On the piss
  • Ploughed
  • Soaked
  • Wearing a wobbly boot Well gone
  • In the horrors
  • Shite-holed
  • Strung-out
  • Paralytic
  • Shittered
  • Kaput
  • Bladdered
  • Off the path
  • Destroyed
  • Skunked
  • Filled with the spirit
  • Blotto
  • Caked
  • Pissed
  • Tanked Up
  • Sloshed
  • Battered
  • Hungover
  • Toast
  • Damaged
  • Shit-faced
  • Off my face
  • Pissed out of my mind
  • Legless
  • Merry
  • Passed Out
  • Gone
  • Fanny-bawed
  • Out of it
  • Gibbered
  • Porch climber
  • Pie-eyed
  • Feeling no pain
  • Buzzed
  • Liquored up
  • Cut Off
  • Plastered
  • Barking at the moon/ howling at the moon
  • Wasted
  • Basted
  • Trousered
  • Two sheets to the wind
  • Jarred
  • On a toot
  • Slaughtered
  • Four sheets to the wind
  • Bombed
  • Crushed
  • Corked
  • Tipsy
  • Blacked Out
  • Half-cut
  • On a bender
  • Well oiled
  • Shit-canned
  • Shut down
  • Off the wagon
  • Wall-eyed
  • Railed
  • Fried
  • Liver lushed (L’ivresse) ‒ French slang for drunkenness.
  • Under full sail
  • Full as a tick
  • Slammered
  • Juiced-up
  • Finished
  • Steaming
  • Wrecked
  • Oiled
  • Tanked
  • Embalmed
  • Pissed as a newt/fart
  • Shit-housed

Nicknames for Alcohol

In conclusion, if there is any term or words for alcohol we have missed, whether it is slang for alcohol in your culture or a codeword for alcohol in your social circle, be a sport and share it with us in the comment section below!

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