In the latest battle of the beers, only one feature matters—how much alcohol is brewed into each ounce.
Boehner has brewed a warmed-over Mitt Romney plan while omitting the noxious idea of voucherizing Medicare.
Their special Danish beer is brewed on site, and the menu varies from mozzarella caprese starters to Cajun magic mains.
The rules: Every beer considered had to be brewed in the United States.
A can of Red Bull contains 80 milligrams of caffeine, about the same as are in a regular cup of brewed coffee.
There were six children in the house, and she knitted and sewed and baked and brewed for us all.
The Dwarfs brewed the Magic Mead through cruelty and villainy.
For you I have baked and brewed and cooked, like any poor churl's wife.
Then we caught some fish, built a fire and cooked them, and brewed our tea.
Finally, gathering brushwood, Hager built a small fire and brewed tea.
Old English breowan "to brew" (class II strong verb, past tense breaw, past participle browen), from Proto-Germanic *breuwan "to brew" (cf. Old Norse brugga, Old Frisian briuwa, Middle Dutch brouwen, Old High German briuwan, German brauen "to brew"), from PIE root *bhreue- "to bubble, boil, effervesce" (cf. Sanskrit bhurnih "violent, passionate," Greek phrear "well, spring, cistern," Latin fervere "to boil, foam," Thracian Greek brytos "fermented liquor made from barley," Russian bruja "current," Old Irish bruth "heat;" Old English beorma "yeast;" Old High German brato "roast meat"), the original sense thus being "make a drink by boiling." Related: Brewed; brewing.
c.1500, "a brewed beverage," from brew (v.).
[first form 1940s+, third 1980s+; second form 1970s+ fr French brouhaha, ''fuss, ado'']