brewpub

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

Definition of brewpub

: a restaurant that sells beverages brewed on the premises

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Today, the North Alabama city has rounded out its offerings with a tenth brewery, plus distilleries, brewpubs, and craft beer stores to boot. al.com, "24 Hours on the Downtown Huntsville Craft Beer Trail," 26 June 2019 Currently Bearded Fox operates in the Tomball area as a brewpub. Chevall Pryce, Houston Chronicle, "Northwest Harris County brewers discuss new ‘beer to-go’ law," 14 June 2019 In downtown Los Angeles, Union Station has at last found a brewpub to fill its grand old Harvey House restaurant space after about 50 years. Christopher Reynolds, latimes.com, "Is LAX's Theme Building coming back to life as part of an on-airport hotel?," 12 June 2019 The four owners of Cercis created a brewpub with high ceilings and antique windows. Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Wisconsin loves beer so much that even the smallest towns have breweries," 12 June 2019 There were concoctions from big brewers such as Sierra Nevada and smaller local brewpubs, sweet beers brewed with Jolly Ranchers and spicy ones that tasted like garlic bread or mango salsa. Dee-ann Durbin, The Denver Post, "As craft beer market grows, so do wild flavors like Wynkoop’s Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout," 5 June 2019 The New Zealand-style brewpub will serve a five-course meal, each course paired with a complementing house beer or glass of wine. San Diego Union-Tribune, "The Dish: Sunday is Father’s Day. Have you made your dinner reservations yet?," 11 June 2019 The Ballast Point brewpub that opened Tuesday in Chicago’s Fulton Market district is just one part of a multifaceted strategy to heighten awareness of the brand. 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 What to eat: The fried chicken sandwich is the brewpub’s best-seller, and the burger is divine. oregonlive.com, "West Coast Grocery fights to right ship after rough launch: Portland Breweries Series," 7 June 2019

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First Known Use of brewpub

1983, in the meaning defined above

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