For the senior senator from Louisiana, the lasting image from her fourth Senate campaign will be a keg stand.
Not her own—but Landrieu did provide an assist to a man doing a keg stand at Louisiana State University.
He also crashes parties in Williamsburg and is skilled at tapping a keg.
Chasing a group of teens off a keg in the woods is what usually passes for an exciting day for the Springfield police.
They get a keg of high wines and some drugs and begin operations.
After reaching the keg I turned to see what had been the fate of our boat.
I looked at the keg; it was an awkward thing to carry empty.
I urged him to grab the other side of the keg several times.
They got a keg of beer from some store or other, and about six or eight of them drank that keg of beer.
At a word a keg of whiskey was brought to the spot by two men.
1630s, earlier kag (mid-15c.), from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse kaggi "keg, cask," of unknown origin. Cognate with Swedish kagge, Norwegian kagg. Specific sense of "barrel of beer" is from 1945. U.S. student slang kegger "party featuring a keg of beer" attested by 1969.