from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See microbrewery.
- n. A saloon where the owners make their own beer and serve it on the premises.
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- n. A public house with a brewery (usually a micro-brewery) attached.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a combination brewery and restaurant; beer is brewed for consumption on the premises and served along with food
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Call the brewpub in advance, because these events always sell out.
Setting up a brewpub is a great way to corral that culture into an easy money-machine.
Perhaps, but there's still no mistaking a wine bar for a brewpub. just look for the Latin words "In vino veritas, in cervisio felicitas" sometimes printed on brewpub menus.
"The brewpub is the type of business we think would be a great amenity in that district."
A brewpub could be a good fit for the Historic Tobacco Warehouse District, Danville city economic developers say.
Both the Imperium and Thorn in My Side are what Eichelberger and Wolle call the brewpub's "Black Eye" series of limited release, super-premium big beers.
Then, somebody incurred a puncture, so we stopped at a local "brewpub":
PP is a "brewpub" which means it's beers are sold only out of the PP locations i.e., no distribution.
This would allow breweries like Tyranena or Lakefront or Milwaukee Ale House to have small restaurant facilities without being labeled a "brewpub" and falling under the brewpub laws.
However, the trade-off is that a "brewpub" is very narrowly defined and one cannot be both a brewery and a brewpub.