alehouse alehouse  /ˈeɪl ˌhaʊs/


  • (n) a tavern where ale is sold


  1. But the people of Valby continued to ignore it, to patronize the Gammel Oestengaard, an alehouse across the way.
  2. In the heart of London's West End theater district, this turn-of-century alehouse is a pre-theater destination for tourists and a popular watering hole for locals.
  3. Celebrate the changes: the church becomes the bank becomes the alehouse becomes the madhouse becomes the whorehouse becomes the church.


  1. Newly expanded Diamond Knot still shines

    There are so many exciting things going on at the newly remodeled Diamond Knot Brewery and Alehouse that it's hard to capture in a short dining...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Everett Herald

  2. Ready. Aim. Dodge.

    The Recreational Adult Dodgeball league is serious about its commitment to dodgeball, and cold brews. by Azeen Ghorayshi Adam Howe loves organized sports: the sweat, the complexity of the team dynamic, and the competitive atmosphere. Best of all, however, the Pyramid Alehouse general manager loves grabbing a beer after all that is over.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: East Bay Express


  1. "This has been an exciting weekend for me," Force said. "All of my girls are here and we're having fun. It's just like the old times but instead of going to the Alehouse at the end of the day we're going to Steak and Shake."
    on Mar 18, 2006 By: John Force Source:

  2. (Senator Robert Byrd, Democrat of West Virginia, commented that the young senator's style seemed more appropriate for "an alehouse or beer tavern."
    on May 21, 2005 By: Robert Byrd Source: New York Times

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