homebrew homebrew


  • (n) an alcoholic beverage (especially beer) made at home


  1. And while it has become fashionable to make samogon, it is still illegal to sell homebrew though many people do it for a little bit of extra income.
  2. Perhaps the act needs clarification on the question of homebrew, although nobody has ever been convicted for making it for home use.
  3. Recently police suspected him of illegal liquor traffic, found homebrew in the ark.


  1. What part of beer don’t you understand?

    The latest survey of homebrew suppply shops by the American Homebrewers Association confirms that interest in homebrewing continues to grow. The AHA survey, its fourth, found that on average stores that responded to the survey enjoyed 26% higher revenue in 2012 compred to 2011.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Realbeer.com

  2. Beer Buzz: Tuxedo Park Brewing soldiers on

    Tuxedo Park Brewing remains open despite the loss of two employees, German brewers stand up against fracking and Flat 12's Cucumber Kolsch wins Best in Show. by Rita Kohn Still Homebrewing Though Jason Burk and Brent Chapman announced their departure from Tuxedo Park Brewers, co-founder Adam Burk reports the Fountain Square homebrew shop will continue to serve its loyal constituency at 1139 ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Nuvo


  1. "In the Homebrew Computer Club [a local hobbyist club in the late 1970s], we envisioned people programming," Woz said.
    on Jun 6, 2007 By: Steve Wozniak Source: FOX News

  2. Talking to a person from a bankrupt collective farm sold to a private firm, Lukashenka said "the owner will come and, you must have felt this already, will make everybody work. Nobody will produce homebrew in the night and drink it during the day."
    on Jul 26, 2004 By: Alexander Lukashenko Source: Transitions Online

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