verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- beer or ale.
- an individual serving of beer or ale: Let's have a few brews after the game.
Origin of brew
Examples from the Web for brewed
The yellowed label indicated that it was brewed decades ago.
Boehner has brewed a warmed-over Mitt Romney plan while omitting the noxious idea of voucherizing Medicare.Robert Shrum: Obama Won Election & Will Win Again on Fiscal Cliff|Robert Shrum|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A can of Red Bull contains 80 milligrams of caffeine, about the same as are in a regular cup of brewed coffee.
In the latest battle of the beers, only one feature matters—how much alcohol is brewed into each ounce.
The rules: Every beer considered had to be brewed in the United States.
The small beer must derive a considerable advantage from those hops when a guile of ale was only brewed from them.A Treatise on the Brewing of Beer|E. Hughes
Then she went to my grandmother, who prescribed senna tea, which she brewed and stood by till I had drunk.The Dew of Their Youth|S. R. Crockett
A palatable wine is obtained from the Raphia vinifera and native beers are also brewed.
The Drevlians, full of joy at this message, gathered honey in quantities and brewed it into hydromel.Historic Tales, Vol. 8 (of 15)|Charles Morris
A kettle of this was brewed, and it served to stimulate and warm them.The Gaunt Gray Wolf|Dillon Wallace