Definition of roastery in English:

roastery

noun

  • A place where coffee beans are roasted and processed.

    ‘a cafe with an on-site roastery’
    • ‘He plans to set up his company's trademark roasteries and espresso bars in London.’
    • ‘The pizza restaurant and coffee roastery is expected to a be a popular destination for visitors attending events at the Convention Center nearby.’
    • ‘The hybrid roastery and coffee shop is under construction in the Pike Street building.’
    • ‘The roastery curates and roasts its coffee in-house and on demand.’
    • ‘The family-run roastery is something of a legend in Frankfurt and this location was the first, opening in 1914.’
    • ‘Scandinavians drink the most coffee per head in the world, so it's no surprise that small roasteries are popping up all over the country.’
    • ‘Most of us are pretty big coffee drinkers, so having the roastery downstairs keeps us fueled and energized.’
    • ‘We now operate fifteen coffeehouses, a roastery, and a scratch bakery and kitchen in Ottawa.’
    • ‘Some of the shops have added on roasteries for a true "farm-to-table" approach.’
    • ‘Now the former convenience store, which had languished on the market for nine months, is a coffee roastery and bakery.’

Pronunciation

roastery

/ˈrəʊstəri/