brewpub

[broo-puhb]
noun
a bar serving beer brewed at a small microbrewery on the premises.

Origin:
1985–90

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brewpub (ˈbruːˌpʌb)
 
n
a pub that incorporates a brewery on its premises

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Main Entry:  brewpub
Part of Speech:  n
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Example sentences
Each brewpub produces slightly different takes on this alt-brew.
The brewpub offers six beers brewed on the premises.
Though the owners don't brew their own beer, they do a good job of creating a
  brewpub atmosphere.
In a tiny, wedge-shaped former schoolhouse, this local brewpub is the liveliest
  joint in town.
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