from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small brewery, generally producing fewer than 10,000 barrels of beer and ale a year and frequently selling its products on the premises. Also called boutique brewery, brewpub.
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- n. a small commercial brewery; in the United States often used to indicate a brewery that produces fewer than 15,000 barrels of beer annually.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small brewery; consumption of the product is mainly elsewhere
Any local microbrewery is much better than the big Coors Conglomerate!
Gilligan's Brewing Company is so small, the name microbrewery doesn't fit.
It is a 'microbrewery' that has been in continuous operation since 1499.
Finish at the Lakefront Brewery, a microbrewery on the Milwaukee River.
Woot is selling to hangover cures (like the recent LH article) to city microbrewery guides. blash
These include the Moorilla Vineyard and eight art-filled stand-alone residential pavilions, as well as function rooms, restaurants, bars, and a microbrewery.
Carl is the most dedicated person I've ever seen, says Liu, 27, recalling their struggle to transform a derelict courtyard home into a microbrewery, find quality materials — and learn how to brew.
Strong sales since the tap room's opening last fall pushed Setzer to convert a farmhouse near the Great Wall into another microbrewery so he can triple his output.
Independent of official efforts, brewer Setzer points proudly to his own cultural exchange spot: Great Leap Brewing, his popular microbrewery in Beijing.
As a microbrewery owner, that's good, but for bars that sell industrial-manufactured brews for the masses (myself included) in addition to microbrews capturing more refined palettes, the tax is not so great for their bottom-line -- to say nothing of 7 Eleven shoppers.
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