the suitability of the beverage container for oral consumption of the substances contained within the beverage container
this canister has excellent drinkability
A poorly made beer
that is mass produced and is watered down. This cross between an adjective and an adverb is used as a marketing scheme to get people who are not looking for flavor in beer, but simply want to guzzle down this pathetic excuse of "beer" so they can get drunk
off of a pilsner
that only has 3 percent alcohol
by volume. Thus, a "beer" with this kind of label is without flavor and character and should not be consumed by humans who have dignity
The best part about Bud Light
is that it has "superior drinkability" so you don't have to taste the urine
for very long as you chug
The not only taste good but is easy to drink. Does Not fill you up or make you feel full!
Man this Coors Light has Drinkability!
Word used to describe how suitable a beverage is for consumption;
an adjective evaluating how smooth and easy-to-drink a beverage is.
"The superior drinkability of Bud Light with a splash of 100% natural lime flavor."
-Bud Light Lime Commercial
Grey Goose Vodka's drinkability is much better than Barton's Vodka.