brewpub

noun
brew·​pub | \ ˈbrü-ˌpəb How to pronounce brewpub (audio) \

Definition of brewpub

: a restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises

Examples of brewpub in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web An outbreak tied to a large brewpub in East Lansing near Michigan State University has spread to about 140 people from a dozen counties, according to Ingham County health officer Linda Vail. Fox News, "Michigan governor orders closure of indoor service at bars in much of the state over coronavirus fears," 2 July 2020 Senate Avenue Brewing Company, a brewpub and restaurant with an onsite kitchen, plans to open in July with original craft beers and a full menu in Jersey Village. Chevall Pryce, Houston Chronicle, "Jersey Village mayor Andrew Mitcham set to open government-themed brewpub Senate Avenue Brewing Company next month," 19 June 2020 Craig worked at Lakewood Brewing Company for six years, according to the company website, before deciding to open his own brewpub. Sarah Blaskovich, Dallas News, "22 new restaurants that opened amid the coronavirus pandemic in Dallas-Fort Worth," 16 June 2020 Stormcloud, a popular brewpub in Frankfort, prepared a 20-page plan for opening a week after Memorial Day that included requiring the 50 employees, many of them students, to wear masks and gloves. Keith Schneider, STAT, "Postcard from the edge: A rural getaway, protected from Covid-19, fears it may be swallowed into the pandemic," 15 June 2020 The landmark Northwest hotel and brewpub chain McMenamins is reopening eight hotels and rehiring hundreds of staff members. Jamie Goldberg, oregonlive, "McMenamins rehiring staff, reopening hotels amid coronavirus pandemic," 12 May 2020 The owner of 50 West has wanted a restaurant that fits with the theme of what started as a brewpub: The highway that cuts across the United States from DC to California. Polly Campbell, Cincinnati.com, "New carryout restaurant to open soon: 50 West's Burger Bar," 23 Apr. 2020 Ballpark Commons also will have 139 units of senior housing and 265 additional upscale apartments — and a possible hotel and brewpub. Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Routine Baseball sues over use of name at Franklin ballpark, says naming rights contract remains unsigned," 6 Sep. 2019 All plans to expand the brewpub have also been suspended. Justin L. Mack, The Indianapolis Star, "3 Floyds Brewpub closes indefinitely, brewery operations to continue," 20 May 2020

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First Known Use of brewpub

1983, in the meaning defined above

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4 Jul 2020

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“Brewpub.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/brewpub. Accessed 13 Jul. 2020.

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