Definition of brewpub
: a restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises
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Breweries and brewpubs from across the state were invited to submit their best IPA for public sampling and judging by their brewer peers from noon to 5 p.m. Aug. 5.
The brews are set to debut June 28 at the Frederick brewpub Brewer’s Alley, said Jim Bacukman, sales and marketing director of Monocacy and the brewpub.
Major work has changed the look, feel and efficiency of the brewpub.
A Saturday fundraiser at a Lakeville brewpub is sure to get hairy.
Portland, Oregon (CNN)He sat in a German brewpub in Southeast Portland for more than an hour without being recognized.
Vacant space near one entrance will become a brewpub, expected to open by Thanksgiving, and a Harley-Davidson store.
The beers will be on tap at the three brewpubs and various locations around San Diego.
Unlike brewery tap rooms, brewpubs and nano-breweries can legally sell beer from other breweries along with wine and liquor.
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