Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beverage:

2 syllables:
pressure ridge,
air bridge,
edged ridge,
jet bridge,
chalk ridge,
chinn ridge,
gum ridge,
spring ridge,
thick ridge,
this ridge,
wood ridge,
genre in,
genre is,
neck ring,
pressure in,
pressure is,
web ring,
air in,
air is,
air it,
bear him,
bear his,
bear in,
bear is,
bear it,
care if,
care in,
care is,
chair in,
chair is,
err in,
eve in,
fair in,
fair is,
fare is,
hair in,
hair is,
pair in,
pair is,
rare in,
share his,
share in,
share is,
share it,
spare him,
spare his,
spare rib,
swear in,
swear it,
trent bridge,
wear his,
wear in,
wear it,
where his,
where in,
where is,
where it,
wrecked bridge,
dense hedge,
left edge,
step wedge,
where judge,
5ess switch,
air which,
blair witch,
bread which,
breath which,
care which

3 syllables:
access bridge,
cherry ridge,
jewell ridge,
narrow ridge,
level ridge,
algal ridge,
river ridge,
center ridge,
debris surge,
ferry bridge,
meadow bridge,
mesial ridge,
metre bridge,
narrow bridge,
perfect bridge,
redding ridge,
repair in,
repair is,
repair it,
severe in,
spreading ridge,
excess sludge,
perfect hedge,
access switch,
access which,
addressed which,
ahead which,
assess which,
aware which

4 syllables:
macquarie ridge,
adrienne rich

5 syllables:
necessary bridge

Some other possibilities:

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