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beer garden


  1. an outdoor tavern where beer and other alcoholic beverages are served.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of beer garden1

First recorded in 1860–65

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Example Sentences

Meanwhile, Freefolk Brewing makes killer IPAs and has a popular outdoor beer garden on the edge of downtown.

At Lottie’s Pub, for instance, the indoor and sidewalk areas are open, but an area that functions as a beer garden is still closed to customers.

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Just north of the pier and steps from the Pacific Ocean, the open-air taproom gives way to a beer garden.

The concept has since grown, and there are now eight local drafts, a beer garden, and food trucks that rotate casual fare.

The Bullpen beer garden, known as a pregame destination down the street from Nationals Park, occasionally welcomes crowds to watch movies on a jumbo screen from distanced picnic tables.

Or heck, just follow the hipsters and the blossoming of beer-garden culture (God bless it).

Boston Beer Garden in South Boston is expected to be packed to the door with football enthusiasts cheering for both teams.

In the afternoon they took a drive out of the city to a beer-garden situated at the side of a pretty lake.

It is also in a ruinous state, is rented for $100 per year silver, and is used as a kind of beer-garden.

Now is the time for the ruddy faced beer gardener to lay out his beer garden.

It was glassed in, like a sun parlor and looked out on what had been a cheap beer-garden.

It would not do for Anna Kreutzer, daughter of the beer-garden flute-player, to marry an American.


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