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.
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Idioms for brew
Origin of brew
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Example sentences from the Web for brew
It’s nice to drink a brew that’s so easily traced back to its source.Now You Can Steep Your Coffee Like Tea—and It's Awesome|AC Shilton|November 11, 2020|Outside Online
These developmental scientists are in a prime position to uncover the roots of deadly despair and identify how some individuals nurture hope during difficult times while others experience a toxic brew of mental pain.‘Deaths of despair’ are rising. It’s time to define despair|Bruce Bower|November 2, 2020|Science News
Even in a moment of deep partisan hatred, this is a particularly explosive brew.
He treated two-thirds, bathing each one individually in the bacterial brew, and left one-third untreated.When Evolution Is Infectious - Issue 90: Something Green|Moises Velasquez-Manoff|September 30, 2020|Nautilus
Doesn’t matter if it’s a piping hot cup or a batch of cold brew.Gear to make every day feel like National Coffee Day|PopSci Commerce Team|September 29, 2020|Popular Science
According to Phillips, Brewer has essentially sold Arizona Christians into slavery.
Rich Lowry of National Review tweeted "Brewer veto shows that poorly informed hysteria works."
Brewer's veto comes a week after the Kansas State Senate rejected a similar bill in the Sunflower State.
Some national conservatives reacted in sorrow to Brewer's annoucement.
In contrast, those urging Brewer to sign the bill included Rush Limbaugh and Michele Bachmann.
Clara had a nightmare, and came near choking to death on Mr. Brewer's plaster—the locket, you know.Seeing France with Uncle John|Anne Warner
Mr. Brewer afterwards received his Majesty's commission appointing him to the vacancy.
"Of course we wouldn't interfere," said Sharpit confidently to the brewer.Rachel Ray|Anthony Trollope
He went in a hansom, so that the person who opened the door should know that he was not a brewer's traveler.
One of them—it was the brewer—therefore proposed Werner, and all immediately concurred in the choice.The wanderings and fortunes of some German emigrants|Friedrich Gerstcker