brewhouse

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brewhouse

(ˈbruːˌhaʊs)
n
(Cooking) a brewery
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The Sair Inn is one of the country's top brewhouses and marked 15 years in the Campaign for Real Ale's Good Beer Guide in 2008.
Herr Wak sad the vessels are equipped with technological features similar to those in large-size Steinecker brewhouses.
Brewhouses are no longer made from copper, but are almost entirely made of stainless steel.
After a discussion of brewhouses, the authors consider a number of safety and quality issues, including beer microbiology and the chemical and physical properties of beer, which contribute to qualities such as flavour.
The Sair Inn is one of the country's top brewhouses, and marked 15 years in the Campaign for Real Ale's Good Beer Guide in 2008.
HMSHost operates Budweiser Brewhouses in 14 airports nationwide including Chicago O'Hare, Las Vegas McCarran International, Miami and Newark.
It's an aesthetically beautiful brewhouse, but it's not as efficient as the compact and modem brewhouses that Leonard and Seaman cut their teeth on.
We found a lot of 60-barrel brewhouses in Germany," he recalls, "but they were either worn out or they had design flaws.
The company's larger micro-style brewhouses incorporate another design using a single hydraulic pump to operate all phases of the cycle.
is a thoroughly industrial outfit, with two large brewhouses going round the clock, a well-equipped lab and shipments of over 15,000 barrels in 1996.
are prepared to turn on-premise establishments into Bavarian brewhouses.
HMSHost Corporation, the world's largest provider of food, beverage and retail concessions to the travel industry, announces the opening of its newest Budweiser Brewhouse in Memphis International Airport.