Definition of Brewers. Meaning of Brewers. Synonyms of Brewers

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Definition of Brewers

Brewer
Brewer Brew"er, n. One who brews; one whose occupation is to prepare malt liquors.

Meaning of Brewers from wikipedia

- Brewers may refer to: Milwaukee Brewers, a Major League Baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Helena Brewers, a minor league baseball team of the...
- The Milwaukee Brewers are an American professional baseball team based in Milwaukee. The Brewers compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club...
- Brewers' rice is the small milled fragments of rice kernels that have been separated from the larger kernels of milled rice. Brewers' rice and second heads...
- pFriem Family Brewers (pronounced "freem") is a craft brewery in Hood River, Oregon known for its Belgian and Northwest-style ales. The company was founded...
- originates from B**** Brewers Limited. The company has gone through many name changes and mergers. The company originates from B**** Brewers Limited founded...
- The Brewers ****ociation (BA) is an American trade group of over 5,400 brewers, breweries in planning, suppliers, distributors, craft beer retailers, and...
- Strains and Handling Techniques". In McCabe JT (ed.). The Practical Brewer. Master Brewers ****ociation of the Americas. Amendola J, Rees N (2002). Understanding...
- The Worshipful Company of Brewers is one of the livery companies of the City of London. London brewers are known to have organised as a group in the 13th...
- have ****ociations representing craft brewers, including the Ontario Craft Brewers (OCB), and the BC Craft Brewers Guild. Since it is a provincial, not...
- to the original Milwaukee Brewers of the minor Western League, beginning in 1877, when the league reorganized. The Brewers were there when the Western...
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