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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.
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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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In 2014, the MEDC led the downtown Marlborough rezoning efforts, which allowed for a number of new uses by right, including brewpubs.
CEO and co-founder, said for 2 decades, we ve welcomed guests into our brewpubs and served them creative and impeccably crafted beers.
Until January 1 of this year, brewpubs like Uncle Billy's could only sell their product on site: If you wanted an Uncle Billy's beer, you had to go to Uncle Billy's.
This judicious cookbook artfully describes the best recipes from American brewpubs with savory details.
HB 4710 would allow brewpubs to have an interest in five other brewpubs if the combined production doesn't exceed 18,000 barrels of beer per year.
That makes brewpubs a prime drinking and dining destination for beer aficionados.
out of more than 950 brewpubs based on barrel production, according to the Brewers Association in Boulder, Colo.
org and who write the 'Beer Travelers' column for All About Beer magazine), "Michigan Breweries" is a detailed and authoritative guide to sixty-six of Michigan's best breweries and most popular brewpubs.
The craft-beer category is now a permanent feature of the beer market, and Edgar says the culture of local breweries and brewpubs producing fresh, local beers is here to stay.
The Sassaras have had a passion for brewpubs for many years.
While drinking has lost some of its social acceptability and beer sales are relatively stagnant, boosted only by introductions of such new products as ice beer and by the growing non-alcoholic segment, the number of brewpubs is growing by leaps and bounds.