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brewery

[broo-uh-ree, broo r-ee] /ˈbru ə ri, ˈbrʊər i/
noun, plural breweries.
1.
a building or establishment for brewing beer or other malt liquors, especially the building where the brewing is done.
Origin of brewery
1650-1660
First recorded in 1650-60; brew + -ery
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brewery

/ˈbrʊərɪ/
noun (pl) -eries
1.
a place where beer, ale, etc, is brewed
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Word Origin and History for brewery
n.

1650s (but perhaps from c.1200 as a surname element), from brew (v.) + -ery. Old English had breawern in this sense (from aern "house;" see barn), and brewhouse was the more common word through 18c.

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