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- n. brewery, a place where beer is made
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A house or building appropriated to brewing; a brewery.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A house or establishment in which the operations of brewing are carried on.
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“We are expecting the brewhouse to come next week, on or after the 16th,” brewer Jeff Hancock e-mailed last week.
According to records, Monticello's brewhouse was built by 1814, five years after he ended his presidency.
Researchers are still working to determine the location of the actual brewhouse.
Anchor Brewing says its beers are "virtually handmade" at the all-copper brewhouse.
The great cathedral of a barn, the coach house, the stable, the brewhouse, the dairy? all are still in place, though the coach house shelters lawnmowers, not carriages, the hunters are long gone from the stable, and the brewhouse will never again be used for making beer.
Griner worked at Hops as a server, bartender and trainer before taking over the seven-barrel brewhouse.
Best come to a public appearance, just in case you discover yourself sitting in a brewhouse next to a strange fellow that seems to be a little too eloquent for your average alcoholic.
The process, for the uninitiated, is both surprisingly complex and beautifully simple, an alchemical tango between quality natural ingredients and precise operations in the brewhouse.
Boyd fabricated a one-barrel brewhouse from a steel drum and welded a pair of 9. 5-barrel fermenters, setting up shop on a 5-acre parcel of property he owns in Fort Washington.
There remained the stewards and elder counsellors, and such menservants as might be needed for any service, from armoury, stables, stores, brewhouse and bakehouse.