Examples of microbrew in a Sentence
The restaurant serves several locally produced microbrews.
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In addition, the ship will have the microbrew-centric District Brew House, which once again features food offerings from the neighboring Food Republic.
Also of note is the cruise line's first full-size Starbucks, the return of the microbrew-centric District Brew House, which once again features food offerings from the neighboring Food Republic.
As a college student, Jazz should be able to try out all the metaphorical microbrews and mango Cirocs her heart desires, and anything in between.
The book also includes tips for building a Korean pantry, drink pairings (from soju to microbrews) and menu ideas.
Stube, is a local favorite with microbrews, burgers, and live music, while the upscale Café Kandahar, led by chef Andy Blanton—a James Beard semifinalist for the country’s top chef award—has been called the best restaurant in Montana.
These flights will also embrace West Coast vibes with food that uses local-to-the-West ingredients and beverages including regional wines, microbrews, and more.
Daugaard recently had to ask what an IPA is and doesn’t have a favorite home state microbrew, but the Republican governor says state regulations are stifling the industry in South Dakota.
The haters likely will look at Brewlab as a corporate shill posing as a microbrew to win back Seattle.
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Microbrews are usually beers or ales made with special malts and hops, unfiltered and unpasteurized, and thus distinctive in their aroma and flavor. Many microbreweries double as bar/restaurants, called brewpubs, where the gleaming vats may be visible behind a glass partition. "Craft brewing" and the opening of local brewpubs began in earnest in the U.S. in the 1980s. But not everyone is willing to pay extra for a beer, and lots of people are simply used to the blander taste of the best-selling beers, so by 2008 microbrews still only accounted for about 4% of all beer sold in the U.S.
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: a beer made by a microbrewery
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