Definition of Beer maker
1. Noun. Someone who brews beer or ale from malt and hops and water.
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Literary usage of Beer maker
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1. A. Green & Co.'s Directory for Liverpool and Birkenhead by Green, (A.) & Co (1870)
"Oliver, John, mariner, 47, Watkinson st. ; Orme, Thomas, nettle beer maker, 124, Oliver, John, chemist and druggist, 19, Oringe, GO grocer, 6, ..."
2. England as Seen by an American Banker: Notes of a Pedestrian Tour by Claudius Buchanan Patten (1885)
"... that few are aware of, that the time was in England, and that not so very long ago, when it was deemed quite an outrage for any beer-maker to ..."
3. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1851)
"... Hare-st., Bethnal-green, ginger-beer maker : in the Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.—Stephen Wm. Burridge, Newington-causeway, Surrey, ..."
4. Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More by Wharton Jackson Green (1906)
"The beer-maker is as little content with those resulting from accredited hops as the basis as is the whisky or brandy maker with him. from honest rye, corn, ..."