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brewing

The manufacture of alcoholic beverages (e.g., beer) from malted grain fermentation.

brewing

the preparation of beer, ale and lager by FERMENTATION from grains such as barley, rice and corn. YEASTS ferment the sugars into ETHANOL and CARBON DIOXIDE. Hops are added to impart a bitter flavour.
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All three brew amazing craft beer, but they simply can't meet the overwhelming consumer demand.
Nozick says that BREW applications will sit right on top of the phone's OS, eliminating lengthy development work and protracted negotiations with individual handset manufacturers.
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Today's growing craft beer movement continues that tradition and has resulted in dozens of new craft breweries and related businesses in our area, and we couldn't be more excited to welcome Brew Hub.
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Now, after living in America for 30 years, I have the chance to help brew new American styles of beer.
Beginning in January 2007, the winning brew will join the variety of full-flavored styles of Samuel Adams beers available nationwide.
in Canoga Park, Griffiths took his product to Bohemian brewers in Torrance and another brew house in St.
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