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  • n. Plural form of brewery.

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Examples

  • Beer enthusiasts are understandably excited, but the arrival of local breweries is about more than just beer.

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  • Automation processes are being introduced in breweries and distilleries.

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  • However, it wasn't until a trip to Germany inspired the brewers to use open fermentation that the beer finally obtained the flavors they were seeking (and also inspired the name -- "keller" is German for cellar, the name breweries give to their fermentation systems).

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  • The five main Hungarian breweries are: Borsod, Sopron, arany Ászok, Kõbányai and Dreher.

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  • Competition among the breweries is a key driver of growth.

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  • The same amount of barley used in American breweries could instead yield eleven million loaves of bread a day, Fisher said.

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  • To be more precise, we could and probably should call breweries that conform to The Brewers Association definition “small” rather than “craft” – the two are not synonymous, and this definition merely focuses on how big a brewery is and what it uses.

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  • But the greatest crowds of real beer-drinkers go to another class of houses, -- that is, the breweries themselves, where rooms are always fitted up for drinking.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 82, August, 1864

  • Craft breweries are defined as breweries that produce less than 2 million barrels of beer a year, are at least 75 percent locally owned and do at least 50 percent of their business in all-malt beers.

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  • Many big name breweries sell their ales and lagers for prices that won't prevent you from filling your gas tank.

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