[ broo-puhb ]
/ ˈbruˌpʌb /
a bar serving beer brewed at a small microbrewery on the premises.
- brewster chair,
- brewster's law,
- brewster, william
Origin of brewpub
First recorded in 1985–90
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Examples from the Web for brewpub
"A brewpub is entirely different," Pragnell explains as we finish up at the brewery.
In 2010, La Rana Dorada followed in Istmo's footsteps and opened a brewpub in the neighborhood of El Congrejo.
/ (ˈbruːˌpʌb) /
a pub that incorporates a brewery on its premises
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