brewpub

noun
brew·pub | \ˈbrü-ˌpəb \

Definition of brewpub 

: a restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises

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Two Brothers Brewing Company is a full service brewpub, music venue and banquet space. Rachel Scaman, Aurora Beacon-News, "Guide to outdoor dining in Chicago suburbs: Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora," 5 July 2018 Love City is the creation of Melissa and Kevin Walter, a longtime veteran of the Iron Hill brewpub chain. Craig Laban, Philly.com, "Love City Brewing is budding beer district's latest," 1 June 2018 The brewing duties are handled by a veteran team headed by Noah Regnery, who spent nearly a decade brewing, and winning awards, at San Diego's famed Pizza Port brewpub chain. John Verive, latimes.com, "Bluebird Brasserie, the first brewery in Sherman Oaks, brings Belgian beer culture to the neighborhood," 7 May 2018 Things are percolating downtown, though, with a flurry of brewpubs and upstarts like Miss Winnie’s Jamaican jerk house and Liquid Eatery, a vegan cafe opening in August with acai bowls, kombucha floats, and nut-milk shakes. Adam Erace, Philly.com, "After finding themselves unexpectedly homeless in West Chester, chef and his wife put down roots at Andiario," 19 June 2018 Last year, craft beer grew 5 percent, mostly driven by growth in brewpubs and microbreweries — not larger brands, according to the Brewers Association, the craft industry trade group. Greg Trotter, chicagotribune.com, "How Ballast Point, once one of the fastest-growing craft breweries, lost its mojo — and how it might get it back," 18 May 2018 The Bucks haven't announced any tenants but indicated the building on the north side will be a brewpub and restaurant. James B. Nelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Bucks seek tenants that will bring fun and games to entertainment block buildings," 26 Apr. 2018 Thanks to two brewpubs and a couple of bars on downtown School Street, a few blocks away, craft brew lovers already have a reason to visit Lodi. Jeanne Cooper, San Francisco Chronicle, "Beer in wine country? Don’t miss new crop of Lodi brewers," 28 Mar. 2018 Better Half would be the latest in a wave of brewpubs and craft beer taprooms that are opening across the state. Don Stacom, Courant Community, "New Brewery Looks to Offer Craft Beer In Bristol By End of 2018," 13 July 2018

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1983, in the meaning defined above

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