Also found in: Thesaurus.


A pub or bar where the owners make their own beer and serve it on the premises.


(Brewing) a pub that incorporates a brewery on its premises


a bar serving beer brewed at a small microbrewery on the premises.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.brewpub - a combination brewery and restaurant; beer is brewed for consumption on the premises and served along with food
brewery - a plant where beer is brewed by fermentation
eatery, eating house, eating place, restaurant - a building where people go to eat
References in periodicals archive ?
Breckenridge produced 42,000 barrels in 2011, and expects to hit 60,000 barrels at its primary brewpub sometime in late 2012.
It has come to my attention that we have been listed as the 18th largest brewpub in the current issue of Cheers magazine.
Ambler, PA--Also scheduled to open in November, this brewpub aims at recreating the cozy environment reminiscent of the neighborhood pubs of Britain and the cafes of France, with old-world beers paired with seasonal foods.
Another, McMenamin's Pubs & Breweries, which opened the first brewpub in Oregon in 1984, continues in the brewery-restaurant business, currently running 21 beer-producing restaurants, but has also started its own winery, distillery and several other restaurants and hotels.
The "Small Brewpub of the Year" was Pizza Port Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA, and and Small Brewpub Brewer of the year Yiga Miyashiro.
has held on to its lead as the busiest of the brewpub groups in 2000, according to the Institute for Brewing Studies' annual review of the brewpub industry.
The Wrecking Bar Brewpub opened this month in the basement of the 20th century Victor H.
That might be Emmett's Tavern and Brewing Company of West Dundee, IL, according to that city's Third Annual Brewpub Shootout, sponsored by the 24-year-old Chicago Beer Society.
We met with Pete Crowley of the Haymarket brewery, a brewpub, and Josh Deth of the Revolution Brewpub.
The brewpub business may have slowed in its killer growth rate, but some cities still could use a few good brews, it seems.