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A person or company that manufactures beer.‘pubs owned by regional brewers’
- ‘Instead of the usual colored crates that advertise the brewers' wares, the architects specified white translucent plastic.’
- ‘In early January, they unearthed the remains of Khonso Em Heb, chief brewer of the Temple of Mut.’
- ‘Real ale brewers use simply malt, hops, water, and yeast to produce a whole range of beers.’
- ‘These beers were seen as an attempt to fight off microbreweries and a number of successful independent brewers.’
- ‘Vermonters are loyal to local brewers, spending one-fifth of their beer money on in-state products.’
- ‘Forced to stop producing beer, the brewer in 1919 found itself searching for other opportunities to stay afloat.’
- ‘It's also serious business for brewers, who compete for medals in 65 categories.’
- ‘A brewer's barrel holds 36 gallons.’
- ‘He said it was flattering that one of the world's largest brewers had made an ad very similar to one of his.’
- ‘The smaller brewers believe there is a shift toward appreciation of flavor and of increased choice.’
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