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    Brew Pubs in Spring Hill


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    Business Listing   Casablanca Pub - Spring Hill, FL - Phone: (352) 688-4249


    Business Listing   Crabbit's Pub - Spring Hill, FL - Phone: (352) 666-1067


    Business Listing   Horse & Crown Pub - Spring Hill, FL - Phone: (352) 596-4778


    Business Listing   Jerry's Place - Spring Hill, FL - Phone: (352) 666-9866


    Business Listing   Molly Maguires Lounge - Spring Hill, FL - Phone: (352) 686-6565


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    Helpful Definition for: Brew Pubs


    A bar or parlor in Spring Hill where brewers prepare their own beer and serve it on the premises, is known as a brew pub. A brew pub may also be referred to as a 'microbrewery', if the production has a substantial distribution beyond the premises. In the earlier times, most of the traditional pubs that brewed their own beer in the brew house at the back of the pub, were bought by larger breweries and the brewing on the premises was ceased. Generally craft beer is brewed for sale in restaurants and bars in Spring Hill. In lots of brew pubs in Spring Hill, beer is often distributed directly from the brewery's storage tanks through the taps.

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