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a plant where beer is brewed by fermentation

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The original old Brains Brewery behind the Albert pub, Cardiff
Breckenridge Brewery will open the doors to the new brewery with an initial capacity of 150,000 bbl.
I am glad I decided to come to see the brewery today and saw how my favourite beer is made.
1858: Acquires old established brewery site in Stanhope Street.
Highgate Brewery in Walsall, which makes Highgate Dark Mild as well as the Davenports range of ales, collapsed with unpaid debts of more than pounds 1 million last week.
The brewery has a capacity of 150,000 hectolitres, but has also possibilities for significant expansion.
To be unambiguous, a large-scale brewery site would contain storage vats and fermenting pots much larger than for home use and kilns that could heat large volumes of liquid.
Lucky Michael Griffin has a job most men dream of - he runs his own brewery.
Instead of making the ales at its own brewery in California and then impacting the environment by trucking them across the country, Cusick says the company taps into unused capacity at three existing facilities.
The fine art of communal living wasn't up for sale at last weekend's biannual Brewery Artwalk, just north of downtown Los Angeles.
The brewery has also received a total of 9 medals in international competition at the World Beer Cup.
GREAT NEWSOME BREWERY TO East Yorkshire now, where ale brewing and farm life meet at the Great Newsome Brewery.
This is merely the continuance of a great tradition when dozens of tiny breweries brought succour to our towns and Valleys, forgotten names like White Eagle Brewery, the Albion Brewery and so many more.
Nigerian Breweries said, The two Sona Systems breweries in Ota and Kaduna as well as Life s brewery in Onitsha have become part of the Nigerian Breweries family.