brewery

[broo-uh-ree, broor-ee]
noun, plural breweries.
a building or establishment for brewing beer or other malt liquors, especially the building where the brewing is done.

Origin:
1650–60; brew + -ery

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brewery (ˈbrʊərɪ)
 
n , pl -eries
a place where beer, ale, etc, is brewed

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brewery
1650s, from brew + -ery. Brewhouse (late 14c.) was the more common word through 18c.
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Example sentences
Nobody looking at them would know that the dress had anything to do with the brewery.
It's a combination brewery, restaurant, and cabaret show.
One brewery is rewarding its loyal customers with stock in the company.
Sure, paternalism is sweet when it's served up as free lagers during break time in the brewery.
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