from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who brews; specifically, one whose occupation is the preparation of malt liquors.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who brews; one whose occupation is to prepare malt liquors.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Someone who
brews, or whose occupationis to prepare malt liquors.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who brews beer or ale from malt and hops and water
- noun the owner or manager of a brewery
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She called a brewer in California who had made a similarly effervescent beer she'd tasted and asked for his process.
The brewer is flourishing while the industry, hurt by high unemployment among its core customers, is down in volume by about 2% this year.
Mr. Brodman said the brewer is increasing its annual expenditure on domestic marketing so that it will emerge from the local economic downturn ahead of the competition.
The brewer is getting more aggressive in its advertising.
I don't think any Long Island brewer is likely to listen to me since few people are inclined to mess with success -- and pumpkin ale is a success.
A-B InBev agreed this year to sell a 20% stake in Chinese brewer Tsingtao Brewery Co. for $667 million to Japan's Asahi Breweries Ltd.
Already this year, the company has sold a 20% stake in Chinese brewer Tsingtao Brewery Co. for $667 million and its Labatt business in the U.S.
AB InBev agreed this year to sell a 20% stake in Chinese brewer Tsingtao Brewery Co. for $667 million to Japan's Asahi Breweries Ltd.
It's already sold its 20% stake in Chinese brewer Tsingtao to Asahi for $667 million and is also likely to sell the U.S. theme parks business it inherited last year.
InBev prefers a calculation that doesn't include Anheuser's 50% stake in Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo SA or its 27% stake in Chinese brewer Tsingtao.