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Hooch

Hooch is a colloquial term for alcoholic beverages (also spelled hootch).

Hooch may also refer to:

As a name:

  • Hooch (surname), a list of fictional characters surnamed Hooch
  • De Hooch, a list of Dutch painters surnamed de Hooch
  • the title dog character in Turner & Hooch, a 1989 film starring Tom Hanks

Songs:

  • "Hooch", a song on the Melvins's 1993 album Houdini
  • "Hooch", a song by Everything, considered to be the band's signature song
  • "Hooch", a song from the Sum 41 album Does This Look Infected?
  • "Hooch", a song from the Kelis album Food

Other uses:

  • Hoosh, a stew made from water, biscuits and pemmican sometimes spelled Hooch
  • Chattahoochee River, United States watercourse
  • Hooper's Hooch, a 1990s brand of alcopop
  • Hooch, liquid produced during the making of sourdough starter
  • Hooch, Vietnam War slang for a thatched hut or improvised living space (e.g. inside sand-bagged bunker or improved "foxhole")
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