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witch′es' brew`


n.
a harmful or threatening mixture; diabolical concoction: a witches' brew of innuendo and rumor.
[1925–30]
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They will give a guided tour of wizard school and lead three workshops - butterscotch witches brew, spell casting and team games with the lost sock pixies.
Proof of this notion is there in the term 'witches brew' and Shakespeare's classic tale of 'Macbeth', featuring the three broom riders cooking up, what can only be soup in their cauldron.
The band collaborated with Burnley's Moorhouse's brewery - set up in 1865 and best known for its award-winning Pendle Witches Brew - to develop the beer.
Members were served Mummy Meatballs with Bloody Marinara Sauce, Skull Cheese Ball, Poison Apples, Sugar Skull Pizza and Witches Brew. Each member was given a coffin decorated with a Halloween theme.
A Tangle of Brungles pairs travel and whimsical settings with a rhyming story of marvels, miracles, and manners as witches brew a "terrible broth", various creatures are presented in collective nouns ("a mischief of mice" or a "quiver of cobras"), and witches with the goal of cooking up a tangle of Brungles face possible disaster.
Daniel Hirsch, the Director of the Program on Environmental and Nuclear Policy at UC Santa Cruz, described the material as "the most dangerous stuff on earth; a witches brew of radioactive material."
Price includes, hog roast buffet, DJ entertainment and witches brew on arrival.
From a witches brew, black ravioli in 'blood sauce', to slow braised beef ribs and a graveyard cake to finish.
Witches brew, blood red chips and gruesome graveyard pizza are on the menu at The Beach House bistro in Roker as part of a week of spine-tingling treats.
As ghosts and ghouls come out to play on the scariest night of the year, October 31, torment your tastebuds with the Witches Brew - a creepy concoction of Midori, coconut rum, pineapple juice, grenadine and cream.