Definition of Brewery

1. Noun. A plant where beer is brewed by fermentation.

Specialized synonyms: Brewpub, Microbrewery
Generic synonyms: Industrial Plant, Plant, Works
Derivative terms: Brew



Definition of Brewery

1. n. A brewhouse; the building and apparatus where brewing is carried on.

Definition of Brewery

1. Noun. A building where beer is produced. ¹

2. Noun. A company that brews beer. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Brewery

1. a place for brewing [n -ERIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brewery

brewage
brewages
brewed
brewer
brewer's droop
brewer's mole
brewer's rice
brewer's yeast
brewer's yeasts
breweress
breweresses
breweriana
breweries
brewers
brewers' yeast
brewery (current term)
brewhouse
brewhouses
brewing
brewings
brewis
brewises
brewmaster
brewmasters
brewpub
brewpubs
brews
brewski
brewskies
brewskis

Literary usage of Brewery

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1. History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884 by John Thomas Scharf, Thompson Westcott (1884)
"This brewery was subsequently occupied by Frederick Gaul, Sr., and Frederick Gaul, Jr. Before 1790, George Rehn and John Rehn were established as brewers at ..."

2. Days at the Factories: Or, The Manufacturing Industry of Great Britain by George Dodd (1843)
"A DAY AT A brewery. THOSE dwellers in and visitors to the ' Great Metropolis ' who cross Southwark Bridge from the City to the Borough can scarcely fail to ..."

3. Key and Elphinstone's Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing by Howard Warburton Elphinstone, Thomas Key, William Hew Coltman (1897)
"Premises used as brewery and public- houses. Title of lessor to plant. Agreement for lease. Wit- nesseth. XVIII. LEASE, irith the CONCURRENCE of several ..."

4. The I. W. W.: A Study of American Syndicalism by Paul Frederick Brissenden (1919)
"This union has almost from the beginning admitted to its membership not only brewers but also drivers (of brewery wagons), maltsters, engineers and ..."

5. Fromont and Risler: ("Fromont Jeune Et Risler Aîné") by Alphonse Daudet (1898)
"THE brewery ON RUE BLONDEL. ^ AFTER his marriage Risler had given up the brewery. Sidonie would have been glad to have him leave the house in the evening ..."

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