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Draft

An unconventional order in writing-signed by a person, usually the exporter, and addressed to the importer-ordering the importer or the importer's agent to pay, on demand (sight draft) or at a fixed future date (time draft) the amount specified on the face of the draft.

Draft

A document in which a payer agrees to make a payment in a certain amount to a payee from an account held with a third party, usually a bank. A common example is a check. There are two main types of draft: a sight draft must be paid by the third party on demand of the payee, while a time draft may only be paid at a stated time.

draft

A written order by one party for a second party to make payment to a third party. A check is an example of a draft drawn by a depositor (first party) on a financial institution (second party) and payable to an individual or organization (third party). See also overdraft, sight draft, time draft.
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Stella Artois developed this pouring technique that will highlight and test the craftsmanship of the draught masters (skilled bartenders who pour flawlessly using a pouring ritual), emphasizing the heritage that goes into every glass of Stella Artois.
I feel lucky to be part of Team Philippines to compete at the Asian Draught Masters, Jordan Bernarte, a bartender of Draft Greenbelt enthused.
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Draught education is also offered by the Siebel Institute in Chicago with instructors from the Draught Beer Guild.
Castle Draught in a Can will be available from 24 September 2012 at selected outlets.
"Draught in a Can is brewed using a special double filtration process that allows us to can Castle Lager Draught on tap, so you can take home Castle Draught in a Can to enjoy in the company of friends at a braai, at home, or watching the game on Saturday," said Managing Director of Castle Brewing Cobus Bruwer.
? The gap at the bottom - use a brush or make or buy a draught excluder.
That's what A-B's Leake calls a "beertender." It's all part of what she describes as "raising the focus on draught." The use of "draught" is intentional.