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home·brew

or home brew  (hōm′bro͞o′)
n.
An alcoholic beverage, especially beer, made at home.

home′brewed′ (-bro͞od′) adj.

home′ brew′



n.
beer or other alcoholic beverage made at home.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.home brew - an alcoholic beverage (especially beer) made at homehome brew - an alcoholic beverage (especially beer) made at home
alcohol, alcoholic beverage, alcoholic drink, inebriant, intoxicant - a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent; "alcohol (or drink) ruined him"
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Grandma's Boys Lemonade is also sponsoring the highly-anticipated Home Brew Contest, one of the highlights of Arts & Drafts Houston.
A series of talks from Elderberry Home Brew Centre in Whitley Bay get under way from September 30 with how to brew your own cider.
A series of talks from Elderberry Home Brew Centre in Whitley Bay get under way from September 30 with how to brew your own cider, a talk on brewing beer for Christmas follows on October 21, wine for Christmas on November 18 and international wines on December 2.
I would put like 12 taps of home brew on and invite every human being I know to drink all of it.
The home brew enthusiast is making 20 gallons of Rudi's Skac-ale.
Each year there is also a home brew contest and a legacy brew, which past scholarship recipients work on together.
Matt Hocking, 22, who took part in the brewing class, said he wanted to improve his home brew.
Sales of home brew kits are soaring, with Tesco reporting a 70 per cent increase last year and Morrisons 26 per cent.
A MERCEDES ploughed through the window of Cardiff's only home brew specialist shop yesterday, causing thousands of pounds of damage.
Back by popular demand is the home brew competition and the chance to vote for the Beer of the Festival.
Legendary brewer Youngs, the UK's leading supplier of home brew kits, has also seen a boom in sales and commented that national sales are up 40 per cent.
Cross comparison of data across platforms is required, as some laboratories may want to use their home brew microarrays in conjunction with equipment and accessories from the commercial sector.

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