- n. Plural form of brewer.
“INSKEEP: A group of Australian brewers is trying to deal with this problem, creating a beer that tastes great in orbit, which is a challenge because there's no carbonation in a zero-gravity environment, which means that the beer has to taste good even though it will be flat.”
“China gets a say because InBev and Anheuser, although both foreign companies, hold sizable minority stakes in Chinese brewers and a substantial share of the Chinese beer market.”
“But it said the companies were barred from increasing existing stakes in Chinese brewers to preserve competition.”
“Once a rare, Belgian variety, these so-called bières de Champagne are catching on stateside, made even by big-name brewers like Sam Adams's Boston Beer Company.”
“So the little kid cups that you put into the Keurig brewers, which is their line, it's a patented product.”
“BASIC BREWBrewpub zymurgists (brewers, that is) thrive on variety.”
“One of the most remarkable discoveries he has made, is, that "the soap-makers and the brewers are the compounders of the great staple commodities of consumption in Great Britain, and therefore surpass even Charles himself in the number of their additions to the Peerage.”
“Of the Gnome, Draft opined: "Exclusive pours, beer dinners and regular drop-ins by big-name brewers put the Gnome in the upper echelon of beer bars.”
“ This operation forms part of the business of the so-called brewers 'druggists.”
A Treatise on Adulterations of Food, and Culinary Poisons Exhibiting the Fraudulent Sophistications of Bread, Beer, Wine, Spiritous Liquors, Tea, Coffee, Cream, Confectionery, Vinegar, Mustard, Pepper, Cheese, Olive Oil, Pickles, and Other Articles Employed in Domestic Economy
“I'm not moved by the overblown and hysterical outrage expressed by many on that thread accusing Ben Cannon of "linking brewers with drug addiction and child abuse," and "calling brewers to account for creating child abusers," as Mr. Alworth huffed in several comments.”
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