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n. pl. brew·skies or brew·skis Slang
1. Beer.
2. A serving of beer.

[brew + -ski, -sky, n. suff. (from Russian -skiĭ, perhaps modeled on Russky).]


informal US a beer


1. to make (beer, ale, etc.) by steeping, boiling, and fermenting malt and hops.
2. to prepare (tea, coffee, etc.) by boiling, steeping, or the like.
3. to contrive, plan, or bring about: to brew mischief.
4. to make beer or ale.
5. to boil, steep, soak, or cook.
6. a quantity brewed in a single process.
7. a brewed beverage.
8. any concoction, esp. a liquid produced by a mixture of unusual ingredients: a witches' brew.
9. Informal. beer or ale.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English brēowan]
brew′er, n.
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Here's my solution: I know there's still some fellow "old guys" like me out there haunting the parks and street spots, and as the paternal figures of said social hierarchy, it is our responsibility to grab our balls, grab a brewski, and mold these confused little guys into bona-fide teeth-gnashin', bowl-schralpin', hell-raisin,' Motorhead-fueled mayhem makers like they were meant to be.
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