I'll try to not let every Lost in Translation post relate to alcohol...but after all I am in Australia and I work in a bar...
A noun; refers to any type of alcohol.
In everyday use someone might say, "I need to go down to the liquor barn and get some grog."
To refer to a person who is out drinking you might say, "So-and-so is out on the grog."
Next, is the phrase, that's a good drop.
Drop refers to a drink. Australians use this phrase to express how much they like a certain drink.
So there you have it, two more words to add to your vocabulary if you'd like.
Check back later for details about the State of Origin rugby game, a Queensland tradition.