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brew·er·y

 (bro͞o′ə-rē, bro͝or′ē)
n. pl. brew·er·ies
A place where beer is brewed, especially commercially.

brewery

(ˈbrʊərɪ)
n, pl -eries
(Brewing) a place where beer, ale, etc, is brewed

brew•er•y

(ˈbru ə ri, ˈbrʊər i)

n., pl. -er•ies.
a building or establishment for brewing beer or other malt liquors.
[1650–60]

Brewery

 the brewing trade or a body of brewers, 1714.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.brewery - a plant where beer is brewed by fermentationbrewery - a plant where beer is brewed by fermentation
brewpub - a combination brewery and restaurant; beer is brewed for consumption on the premises and served along with food
microbrewery - a small brewery; consumption of the product is mainly elsewhere
industrial plant, plant, works - buildings for carrying on industrial labor; "they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles"
Translations
مَصْنَع البيرَةمَصْنَعُ البيرَه
pivovar
bryggeri
panimo
pivovara
sörfõzde
ölgerðölgerðarhúsölgerî
醸造所
양조장
pivovar
bryggeri
โรงงานต้มและกลั่นเหล้า
nhà máy bia

brewery

[ˈbruːərɪ] Ncervecería f, fábrica f de cerveza

brewery

[ˈbruːəri] nbrasserie f (fabrique)

brewery

nBrauerei f

brewery

[ˈbruːərɪ] nfabbrica di birra

brew

(bruː) verb
1. to make (beer, ale etc). He brews beer at home.
2. to make (tea etc). She brewed another pot of tea.
3. to prepare. There's a storm brewing.
ˈbrewer noun
ˈbreweryplural ˈbreweries noun
a place for brewing beer etc.

brewery

مَصْنَع البيرَة pivovar bryggeri Brauerei ζυθοποιείο fábrica de cerveza panimo brasserie pivovara birrificio 醸造所 양조장 brouwerij bryggeri browar cervejaria пивоварня bryggeri โรงงานต้มและกลั่นเหล้า bira fabrikası nhà máy bia 酿酒厂
References in classic literature ?
but I pretended not to hear him), and saw that at the side of the house there was a large brewery.
The brewery buildings had a little lane of communication with it, and the wooden gates of that lane stood open, and all the brewery beyond, stood open, away to the high enclosing wall; and all was empty and disused.
I got rid of my injured feelings for the time, by kicking them into the brewery wall, and twisting them out of my hair, and then I smoothed my face with my sleeve, and came from behind the gate.
One day the planks stream with freshets of blood and oil; on the sacred quarter-deck enormous masses of the whale's head are profanely piled; great rusty casks lie about, as in a brewery yard; the smoke from the try-works has besooted all the bulwarks; the mariners go about suffused with unctuousness; the entire ship seems great leviathan himself; while on all hands the din is deafening.
Sowerberry was disposed to be his friend; so, between these three on one side, and a glut of funerals on the other, Oliver was not altogether as comfortable as the hungry pig was, when he was shut up, by mistake, in the grain department of a brewery.
The village had its one poor street, with its poor brewery, poor tannery, poor tavern, poor stable-yard for relays of post-horses, poor fountain, all usual poor appointments.
company, a few in Allsop's brewery, some in the Oxford music-hall, and a few more in a London restaurant.
He passed a great brewery transformed into a canteen, from which a line of waggons, going and returning, were passing all the time backwards and forwards into the valley.
And ten pounds, metamorphosed into quart bottles of beer, reared an immense and radiant vision, very like a brewery, inside his head.
Uncle, calmly admiring his boots--"No, my dear, not unless you want beer, that's a brewery.
They are weak minded, and the established impresses itself upon them as easily as the name of the brewery is impressed on a beer bottle.
In the parlour of one of these houses, which was perhaps a thought dirtier than any of its neighbours; which exhibited more bell- handles, children, and porter pots, and caught in all its freshness the first gust of the thick black smoke that poured forth, night and day, from a large brewery hard by; hung a bill, announcing that there was yet one room to let within its walls, though on what story the vacant room could be--regard being had to the outward tokens of many lodgers which the whole front displayed, from the mangle in the kitchen window to the flower-pots on the parapet--it would have been beyond the power of a calculating boy to discover.