brewpub

noun
brew·​pub | \ ˈbrü-ˌpəb \

Definition of brewpub

: a restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises

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The brewpub and gift shop will be open for extended hours July 17-21. Katie Jackson, Fox News, "Heading to the GOP Convention? Chow down at Cleveland's best restaurants," 15 July 2016 The liquor store was across the street from the brewpub. Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "How craft beer became big business is heart of 'Barrel-Aged Stout and Selling Out"," 13 June 2018 Owner Todd Randall also recently sought village approval to start serving ciders and local wines and have a Bloody Mary bar at the existing brewpub. Vickie Snow Jurkowski, Daily Southtown, "Rainbow Cone, Pistachio Abduction among brews tapped for Illinois Craft Beer Week," 8 May 2018 There's nothing surreal, though, about the brewpub, a friendly, homey spot with a small beer garden and an extensive menu of sandwiches, burgers, flatbreads, and entrees like fish-and-chips. Julia Thiel, Chicago Reader, "Take a chill ride to northwest Indiana—and its two-dozen breweries," 22 June 2018 A few years after selling Dock Street, Certo bought the brand back and had beer produced under the label at an outside brewery until the 2007 opening of the West Philadelphia brewpub, which was expanded last year. Jacob Adelman, Philly.com, "Craft beer pioneer Dock Street taps South Philly's evolving Washington Ave. for new brewery," 4 June 2018 But as plans were moving to open the 75,000-plus square-foot production facility and taproom, about 50 miles to the south another project was in the works for the one of the region's favorite breweries: A brewpub in Canton. Marc Bona, cleveland.com, "Fat Head's Brewery's Canton operation chugging along smoothly," 11 May 2018 The Bucks have not announced tenants for any of the buildings, which are expected to include a brewpub, restaurant, retail space and other amenities. James B. Nelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Bucks want to add building to beer garden connecting arena plaza to Old World 3rd Street," 30 Mar. 2018 The brewpub, located at 1 Lake St., is proposed for a former bank building near the southwest corner of Lake Street and Austin Boulevard. Steve Schering, chicagotribune.com, "Proposed Lake and Austin brewpub gets extension from Oak Park board; trustee says developer 'committed' to concept," 27 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of brewpub

1983, in the meaning defined above

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