brewing

All Noun Verb
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  • The system proved popular enough to be sold to other brewing companies.
  • The team is named for the city's association with the brewing industry.
  • It was an active port and developed related iron, brewing and ship building industries.
  • In so doing, he left a brewing legal problem, which eventually transferred itself to Paris.
  • However, a revolution was brewing right in front of his eyes.
  • Up until the 19th century brewing was mostly a matter of production for household needs.
  • However, the county did grow good barley which later became important for the brewing trade.
  • Also important were boat building, brewing, and later, the railroad industry.
  • Nine months had passed since the drought and a new problem had started brewing.
  • You can usually find tea brewing throughout the day in most Iranian homes.
  • The problems with the Church had been brewing for some time.
  • After his retirement from baseball, he worked for a brewing company.
  • The city is also famous for its brewing industry.
  • Since the nineteenth century the brewing industry has been part of most western economies.
  • The brewing equipment is visible in the northern and western sections of this historical property.
  • Maidstone was at one time a centre of industry, brewing and paper making being among the most important.
  • Cover and let brew; the total brewing time from beginning to end should be four minutes.
  • Its very distinctive taste is largely attributed to two parts of the brewing process.
  • Some, such as those in Germany, have been brewing traditionally for hundreds of years.
  • Brewing took on a more industrial character in the 18th century.
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Root form of brewing is brew for the verb.

Words starting with brewing

Meaning of brewing

  • noun The production of malt beverages (as beer or ale) from malt and hops by grinding and boiling them and fermenting the result with yeast
  • verb Prepare by brewing
    people have been brewing beer for thousands of years
  • verb Sit or let sit in boiling water so as to extract the flavor
    the tea is brewing