: a place where ale is sold to be drunk on the premises
Examples of alehouse in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe London Evening Post didn’t give her name, simply identifying her as the keeper of the Queen’s Head alehouse.
Katie Dancey-downs, Smithsonian Magazine, 19 July 2022 In the late seventies, the bar came under the ownership of the proprietor of a now defunct Bronx alehouse called the Liffy, like the river.
David Kortava, The New Yorker, 9 July 2017 The alehouse at 9501 W. 171st St. in Tinley Park (708-966-2051) hosts a music series on the patio beginning May 27.
Vickie Snow Jurkowski, Daily Southtown, 8 May 2018 Whether your travels take you to fine-dining restaurants, low-key alehouses or even rustic cabins in the woods, make like an Alaskan and fuel your adventures with one of our beloved, home-grown brews.
Anchorage Daily News, 3 May 2018 On a Brooklyn Heights block, near a wine bar and an alehouse, the Binc is inconspicuous, its presence marked most boldly by a sandwich board.
Talia Lavin, The New Yorker, 14 Apr. 2017
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First Known Use of alehouse
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above