Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Beer that is brewed at home or for home consumption.
“Hotz claims his code, known as the "metldr key", was released to allow enthusiasts to make their own games - known as "home-brew" software.”
“When her husband, a metal fabricator, bought a home-brew kit, Ms. Cornett played around with it.”
“As the amount of Americans who home-brew increases, Starbucks will continue to lose out on potential grocery store sales.”
“He and his students gradually developed a home-brew approach, replacing a proprietary mix with artists 'ceramic powder blended with sugar and maltodextrin, a nutritional supplement.”
“And how many faculty members do you really think are going to examine the home-brew texts critically?”
“As Hughes himself says: "You'll enjoy making your home-brew of beer almost as much as drinking it.”
“These new boutique beers are often started by home-brew enthusiasts who are able to turn their passion into tangible businesses.”
“That was the problem with Washington's otherwise normal home-brew: molasses.”
“For as long as I can remember, there has been some group of techno-folks who've been building home-brew solutions to gather web video and replace their cable with a broadband solution.”
“To step up your home-brew technique, first you must first decide: Hot-brewed or cold?”
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