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craft beer

[ kraft beer ]

noun

  1. an all-malt or nearly all-malt specialty beer usually brewed in a microbrewery.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of craft beer1

First recorded in 1985–90

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Example Sentences

That makes the beloved Capitals television analyst’s newfound status as a local craft beer influencer all the more surprising.

As Kyle got swept up in the craft beer movement through a well-stocked store near campus, he started encouraging his dad to expand his palate.

Getting a promotion and having a better sense of a path forward in his career trajectory became a top priority over office views or craft beers on tap.

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Fall is the ideal time of year to bike, hike, kayak, paddle board on the bay, and sample local craft beer along the way.

Patrons can order craft beer, cocktails and food to their door, along with a drag performance.

In Britain the craft beer movement began much earlier, under the slogan “Real Ale.”

Will that all change with the rise of a new craft beer brewery?

I ask Simon to compare the emerging craft beer scene in Paris to the wildly successful craft beer scene in the United States.

In the United States, demand for cider has increased 65 percent in the past two years alone, far outpacing craft beer and wine.

Every guy we met on the craft-beer-brewing scene, they were all bearded, so it was perfect that he had that beard.

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