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  • noun Plural form of brew.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brew.

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Examples

  • We'll provide some light appetizers and last call for the tastey home brews is at 8pm (due to Montana state laws).

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Cars entering the federal reservation were searched for bootleg alcohol and, after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, brand-name brews.

    Colossus

  • Cars entering the federal reservation were searched for bootleg alcohol and, after the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, brand-name brews.

    Colossus

  • Flying Dog Brewery, owned by a hippie compatriot of Hunter S. Thompson, attempts to capitalize on the DIY, antiestablishment ethic, using both Thompson's artist, Ralph Steadman, to label their brews and a quote attributed to Thompson as their motto - "Good people drink good beer".

    PopMatters

  • I didn’t know about the $9 brews, that is inexcusable.

    The 2007 Chili Takedown that I did not

  • "brews" with just water and every thing worked fine.

    Make - All Discussions

  • "brews" with just water and every thing worked fine.

    Make - All Discussions

  • In America, cocktails employing such staples as rum, beer, hard cider, or wine, and augmented with sugar and bitters, were once admired as fortifying brews and even wholesome alternatives to often-contaminated water.

    The English Is Coming!

  • In America, cocktails employing such staples as rum, beer, hard cider, or wine, and augmented with sugar and bitters, were once admired as fortifying brews and even wholesome alternatives to often-contaminated water.

    The English Is Coming!

  • * On Saturday, from 6:30 to 9:30ish p.m., the Bier Baron (a.k.a. the establishment formerly known as the Brickskeller) will host its first beer event under the new ownership: a Dogfish Head Craft Brewery meet-and-greet with Dogfish's local sales manager Josh Fruchtman and some vintage brews that former owner Dave Alexander left behind in his vault (including Raison D'Extra, a pumped-up, 20 percent alcohol-by-volume version of the brewery's Belgian-style brown ale Raison D'Etre).

    Beer: The Brickskeller lives at R.F.D.!

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