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A pub or bar where the owners make their own beer and serve it on the premises.
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(Brewing) a pub that incorporates a brewery on its premises
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a bar serving beer brewed at a small microbrewery on the premises.
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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
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The bill was opposed by both the Illinois Craft Brewers' Guild and ABI--the former because the bill caps self distribution and discriminates against brewpubs, and the latter because it will stop ABI from owning a distributor in Illinois.
The figures from IBS show craft brews, beers produced by brewpubs, microbreweries, regional specialty brewers and contract brewers, up by 1.2% for 2001.
Under the bill introduced on Tuesday, brewers producing fewer than 60,000 barrels of beer a year would be allowed to hold a distributor's license, and brewpubs, currently permitted to sell up to 50,000 gallons for off-site consumption, would also be allowed to self-distribute.
The year 2000 saw the continued stabilization of the craft-brewing industry for both packaging brewers and brewpubs alike, according to figures gathered by the Institute for Brewing Studies (IBS) from breweries across the nation.
In total, there are now 1,033 brewpubs, 603 micros and 80 regional craft brewers in the U.S., according to the BA.
domestic specialty brewing industry (brewpubs, microbreweries, regional breweries and contract brewers) grew by 4.1 percent, sales by the brewpub sector are stagnant, with 684,000 barrels sold in 1999 compared to 683,000 in 2000.
(WHI), the parent company of the Wynkoop Brewing Company and seven Colorado restaurants and brewpubs, has announced plans to form a 50/50 joint venture with the Breckenridge Holding Company, parent company of Breckenridge Brewery and four Colorado brewpubs, taphouses and restaurants.
Craft beers and brewpubs may no longer be the darlings of Wall Street and Main Street, but the total craft brewing industry can still claim to be growing.
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The craft-brewing industry may be flat as a coaster, but the brewpubs that have driven the American beer revolution are still bubbling.
Upstream Brewing Company, the operator of two 15-barrel brewpubs in Omaha, NB, recently won two medals at the Great American Beer Festival.
Women who own, run and make the beer in some of America's best brewpubs have brewed up a revolution in the industry.