[broo-uh-ree, broo r-ee]
Origin of brewery
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Examples from the Web for brewery
"A brewpub is entirely different," Pragnell explains as we finish up at the brewery.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama
November 30, 2014
Originally expected to be completed by 2015, the Golden brewery became landfill-free two years earlier than expected.
The largest brewery in the nation, MillerCoors, announced it has succeeded in becoming the first brewery to be landfill-free.
The movement was spearheaded by longtime MillerCoors shop floor technician Kelly Harris, who works at the Trenton, Ohio, brewery.
Jørgen Hoff of Gundestrup Dairy and Brewery makes a specialty beer from the whey of his soft smoked Rygeost cheese.Denmark’s New Nordic Cuisine Beyond Noma
May 22, 2012
This system is carried out at the Maxéville brewery, near Nancy.
I am so glad that you got out of that brewery business all right.The Stark Munro Letters
J. Stark Munro
And I have two friends, one in the brewery, one in the bank.The Forbidden Trail
Tom's brewery had not paid him so well as old Cloudesly's apples.
Morgan's foundry and Orth's brewery were just on the other side of us.Old Rail Fence Corners
- a place where beer, ale, etc, is brewed
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Word Origin and History for brewery
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