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Interesting discussion. I suspect this is a case of what has become common use as opposed to the proper use of a plural. I view it as similar to fish. "I have a box of fish" means there are many fish in the box. "I have a case of beer" means the same. Being an avid home brewer and in the brewing industry I have never heard anyone say "I have a case of beers". If they did I would quietly back away. Cheers! Beer Grains Supply Co.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2014 on Beer or Beers? at Ask the English Teacher
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