They stopped by The Daily Beast HQ to play some beer pong—and challenged Kevin Fallon to a chugging contest.
Look, no one has to be chugging Bacardi 151 to prove a point at 40.
Mail often took weeks to get from one coast to the other, chugging along on rail lines.
1866, echoic of a working steam engine. As a verb, from 1884. Related: Chugged; chugging. Drinking sense attested by 1940s (chug-a-lug), probably imitative of the sound of swallowing.
To drink very quickly and in volume, as alcohol: chugged six milks at lunch
To move along, esp slowly and laboriously: The USS Saratoga came chugging up the Delaware
[1900+; echoic of an engine, esp a steam engine, operating]