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My beginning is slang for a dollar.
My middle can describe beer.
My end is circular.
What am I?

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You are:

CLAMBERING!

My beginning is slang for a dollar.

CLAM is a slang term for a dollar.

My middle can describe beer.

A pleasantly coloured pint of beer is a pint of AMBER (the 'amber nectar').

My end is circular.

'Clambering' ends in RING - something which is round in shape.

This makes sense of the title too, since:

Clambering is something you would physically do on the rocks (or over them).

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  • $\begingroup$ And of course... [ROT13] "Pynzorevat" zrnaf "pyvzo be zbir va na njxjneq naq ynobevbhf jnl" - nf lbh jbhyq "ba ebpxf" (gur chmmyr'f gvgyr) $\endgroup$ – Astralbee Aug 27 at 15:02
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    $\begingroup$ @Astralbee Ha! I think your comment crossed with my edit! :) $\endgroup$ – Stiv Aug 27 at 15:12
  • $\begingroup$ @Stiv I was about to post more clues to this puzzle, when I saw that you solved it. Well done! $\endgroup$ – FlanMan Aug 27 at 16:25
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You are

Buckroll

My beginning is slang for a dollar.

Buck

My middle can describe beer.

Kro (common short for Kronenbourg)

My end is circular.

Roll

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Are you

Benjamino ?

My beginning is slang for a dollar.

Benjamins are a slang for dollar

My middle can describe beer.

Jamin is a beer brand (I guess anyone can name a beer after themselves)

My end is circular.

ends with O which is circular

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