- a fermented liquor brewed from malt.
Origin of brewage
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But it was not filled with the brewage; its contents were harmless.
Make the brewage sure, quick, decisive; there must be no mistake about it.
The brewage of the sack was entrusted to Joseph Speratti, who boasts that he alone possesses the true recipe.Historic Sites of Lancashire and Cheshire
The brewage of the sack was entrusted to Joseph Speratti, who boasts that he alone possesses the true receipt.
Well might Colonel Neale recoil in disgust from such a brewage of "fraud, stratagem, and deception."The Englishman in China During the Victorian Era, Vol. II (of 2)
- a product of brewing; brew
- the process of brewing
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