Definition of 'brewery'
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Enjoy its miles of ski runs and craft breweries. The Sun (2016) Local banks and breweries soon chipped in to bolster the balance sheet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most of the money would go towards funding a new brewery. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They serve real ales from local breweries. The Sun (2012)The proceeds were reinvested in a local brewery that quickly flourished. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Tonight he listens to the troubles of two small breweries that are on the brink of collapse. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Small independent breweries provide the organic wines and beers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You can arrange to visit some of the breweries and the beers are available at most good bars. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The revival of cask ale has also helped to drive a surge in the number of new breweries. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have beer from local breweries and home-cooked food done by the wife. The Sun (2014)The last time you cut beer tax the breweries slapped a 10p increase on my pint. The Sun (2015)London's craft breweries have become hot property for international beer companies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The independent breweries, many family owned and handed down through generations, were major employers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The British brewing boom continued last year as 204 new breweries opened. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If it's beer you prefer, then take a trip to your local brewery. The Sun (2007)Be prepared for local pop-up breweries, and beards and skinny jeans appearing on the morning commute. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Though the craft brewery reflects a trend for cruise ships to be destinations in themselves, there is still no substitute for the thrill of coming into port. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE largest new brewery in London for 76 years opened yesterday. The Sun (2012)The former teacher, who now runs a craft brewery on the island, is keen to point out how the residents have rallied round. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'brewery'
British English: brewery /ˈbrʊərɪ/ NOUN
A brewery is a place where beer is made.
- American English: brewery
- Arabic: مَصْنَع البيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cervejaria
- Chinese: 酿酒厂
- Croatian: pivovara
- Czech: pivovar
- Danish: bryggeri
- Dutch: brouwerij
- European Spanish: fábrica de cerveza
- Finnish: panimo
- French: brasserie
- German: Brauerei
- Greek: ζυθοποιείο
- Italian: birrificio
- Japanese: 醸造所
- Korean: 양조장
- Norwegian: bryggeri
- Polish: browar
- European Portuguese: cervejaria
- Romanian: fabrică de bere
- Russian: пивоварня
- Spanish: fábrica de cerveza
- Swedish: bryggeri
- Thai: โรงงานต้มและกลั่นเหล้า
- Turkish: bira fabrikası
- Ukrainian: пивоварний завод
- Vietnamese: nhà máy bia
Definition of brewery from the Collins English Dictionary
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