Definition of beechwood
: beech 2 Made of beechwood and cane, the chair takes the shape of an egg when closed. — Ann Geracimos, Washington Times, 8 Aug. 2007 The unique flavor comes from the beechwood fires used to smoke the malts that go into the brew kettle. — Alan J. Wax, Newsday, 23 Feb. 1994
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