(n.) A fermented liquor made from any malted grain, but commonly from barley malt, with hops or some other substance to impart a bitter flavor.
(n.) A fermented extract of the roots and other parts of various plants, as spruce, ginger, sassafras, etc.
(1) It’s a bright, simple space with wooden tables and high stalls and offers tastings and beer-making workshops.
(2) AB InBev has cut costs ruthlessly as it has bought up companies around the world, including Anheuser-Busch, the brewer of US beer Budweiser.
(3) These results suggest that smoking and beer consumption are independent risk factors for colonic adenomas.
(4) A total of 194 beers (148 US and 46 Canadian) were analysed for volatile N-nitrosamines.
(5) Beer had been brewed at the site continuously since the 16th century, in 1831 becoming the home of brewers Young & Co, which maintained the pub that gave the brewery its name.
(6) We continue to offer customers a great range of beer, lager and cider.” Heineken’s bid to raise prices for its products in supermarkets comes just a few months after it put 6p on a pint in pubs , a decision it blamed on the weak pound.
(7) The brewery kept winning trophies at the Australian International Beer Awards year in, year out, yet its head brewer refused to send beer east until he could guarantee refrigerated transport.
(8) Others, like eight-year-old Stan – who was playing football with his mates in a corner of the beer-soaked field, has only good memories of Wales.
(9) The main cause of oesophageal cancer in western countries is consumption of alcoholic beverages, the degree of risk being much greater for certain spirits than for wine or beer.
(10) Per adult (greater than or equal to 15 years) consumption of beer, wine, spirits and absolute alcohol for a 14-year period (1971--1984) was related to female breast cancer morbidity rates in Western Australia.
(11) In the UK, alcohol consumption has shifted substantially from moderate strength beer sold in pubs to strong lager, cider, wine and spirits sold by supermarkets for drinking at home.
(12) I’ve known them for over 10 years,” said Eugene Ward, 43, clutching a bag of water bottles and beer cans.
(13) Duty on beer, wine and spirits will increase as planned from midnight Sunday • Tobacco duty will rise immediately by 1% above inflation this year, then 2% • Increase in fuel duty to be staged.
(14) Turning water into beer With support from the government, Cerut gave out small grants of around €1,000 to more than 200 women to invest in businesses such as farming, soft drinks processing and cattle-rearing.
(15) A cooler full of beer is usually at hand, though swimming attire typically isn't.
(16) In between, I watch a parade of Berliner life: women chain-smoking in the pool’s trademark wicker chairs, fully clothed men sipping a morning beer in the 26C heat, kids jumping off the diving pier and screaming down the large waterslide.
(17) Camden Town is a creative business with a great range of brands that will complement our existing portfolio.” Mark Benner, managing director of the Society of Independent Brewers (Siba) said: “As craft beer continues to grow in popularity and steal market share we are likely to see more global brewers looking to take over craft breweries, something which makes membership to Siba even more important for breweries looking to differentiate themselves, as consumers look to seek out truly independent craft brewed beers.” • This article was amended on 21 December 2015 because Guinness is owned by Diageo, not SAB Miller as an earlier version said.
(18) "What I realised is that the most important thing is China," he says, cradling a beer and still wearing his trademark cowboy-style wide-rimmed hat.
(19) And failing that, drink a Diet Coke and a beer simultaneously just before you go in.
(20) Changes in the nature of the heme group have been monitored by visible absorption spectrophotometry and analysed quantitatively by a multiple wavelength method based on Beer's Law.
(v. t.) To boil or seethe; to cook.
(v. t.) To prepare, as beer or other liquor, from malt and hops, or from other materials, by steeping, boiling, and fermentation.
(v. t.) To prepare by steeping and mingling; to concoct.
(v. t.) To foment or prepare, as by brewing; to contrive; to plot; to concoct; to hatch; as, to brew mischief.
(v. i.) To attend to the business, or go through the processes, of brewing or making beer.
(v. i.) To be in a state of preparation; to be mixing, forming, or gathering; as, a storm brews in the west.
(n.) The mixture formed by brewing; that which is brewed.
(1) It arguably became too comfortable for Rodgers' team, with complacency and slack defending proving a dangerous brew.
(2) Diana of the sapphire eyes was rated more perfect than Botticelli's Venus and attracted Bryan Guinness, heir to the brewing fortune, as soon as she was out in society.
(3) YEp plasmid stability in the presence of either Saccharomyces cerevisiae laboratory strain 2-microns DNA, or lager brewing yeast 2-microns DNA in the same genetic background, was compared under non-selective culture conditions.
(4) Beer had been brewed at the site continuously since the 16th century, in 1831 becoming the home of brewers Young & Co, which maintained the pub that gave the brewery its name.
(5) Mohammed Salama, 23, an Al Ahly ultra whose leg was broken in the stadium riot, said it became clear at half-time in the match between the two historical foes that trouble was brewing.
(6) Camden Town is a creative business with a great range of brands that will complement our existing portfolio.” Mark Benner, managing director of the Society of Independent Brewers (Siba) said: “As craft beer continues to grow in popularity and steal market share we are likely to see more global brewers looking to take over craft breweries, something which makes membership to Siba even more important for breweries looking to differentiate themselves, as consumers look to seek out truly independent craft brewed beers.” • This article was amended on 21 December 2015 because Guinness is owned by Diageo, not SAB Miller as an earlier version said.
(7) Presently a serious disagreement is brewing between the contested president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , and the speaker of parliament, Ali Larijani, over government subsidies.
(8) As such, only in localised situations, where a popular revolt has long been brewing against cartel politics – Tower Hamlets or Bradford, for instance – has the left made a breakthrough.
(9) Having effectively achieved its goal to promote cask ale as “real” ale (more than 11,000 real ales are now brewed in the UK ), the 45-year-old organisation has been enduring an identity crisis, and is looking to its members for a solution .
(10) Avery has built its reputation on several well-liked bottled beers and a whole lot more taproom-only brews, usually among Boulder's most adventurous and varied.
(11) There's a vintage woodburing stove, no TV, a seafood menu rich in local produce, including Glenbeigh oysters, and a top-notch brew on draught in Tom Crean's lager, the sole beer made by Dingle Brewing Company (dinglebrewingcompany.com).
(12) This company allows customers to brew their own beer on its premises, rather than having to find space for the equipment at home.
(13) Fecundability of 104 healthy women attempting to become pregnant was halved by consumption of the equivalent of 1 cup of brewed coffee or more daily.
(14) Keurig Green Mountain, the single-serving coffee magnate, claims that its latest coffee brewing system, Keurig 2.0, “brings consumers more choice than ever”.
(15) During holding of coffee brews at elevated temperature, quinide is slowly hydrolysed.
(16) Opposition to Obama’s trade agreement has been brewing among congressional Democrats, whose concerns include the protection of US jobs, safe conditions for workers, and currency manipulation.
(17) Two preparations of coffee (instant coffee and freeze-dried home-brew coffee) were tested in different mutagenicity assays in germ cells as well as in somatic cells of Drosophila melanogaster.
(18) Updated at 5.02am GMT 4.48am GMT A tweet from the Australian Financial Review’s political correspondent Phillip Coorey: Phillip Coorey (@PhillipCoorey) Thunderstorm brewing over Parl House.
(19) A more intensive use of the potential of brewing yeasts in the biotechnological process of brewing is based on the knowledge of the genetic background of these microorganisms.
(20) This is why my Twitter and Facebook feeds – which consist mostly of people who brew, sell or drink beer – are scornful when I announce I'm working a one-off shift in the Rose and Crown, in Stoke Newington, north London.