Can be used when referring to having a beer.
Also may be in reference to smoking weed.
Also less urbanly used in England to describe having a cup of tea.
"Can you pass me a cold brew?"
"Let's go home for a brew."
"Would you like to come in for a brew?"
One of the thousands of UK terms for tea.
Make us a brew love, I'm parched.
abbreviated form of the word [brewskis], meaning beer.
ayo, where the brews at?
The term "brew" can refer to a friend, much like brother, Man, dude and homie. This is not commonly used when referring to a person outside of their immediate presence, only when you are having a direct conversation with the person.
Talk to you later brew
lancashire slang for a 'cuppa'. it can be a cup of tea or coffee.
Most liverpudlians don't understand the concept that 'brew' can mean both tea or coffee.
"hello friend, would you like a brew?"
"yes please, coffee or tea is fine"
To brew someone means to annoy them.
This is because brewing a cup of tea let's off steam which is related to people being annoyed.
1. "Did you see that? Jarred was so brewed!"
2. "I wish he would stop brewing me!"
another way to say bro
Tom: What's good brew?
Steve: Nothin much, brew.
A man who used to be classified as a [bro] in his youth, but is now old.
A middle-aged or older man who still wears his old college jersey, drinks out of red plastic cups, and recounts stories from his wild party days as if he were still living them, is a brew.
A total fag-bro. A bromo, if you will. (homo+bro). The type of man who wears neon clothing and lots of plaid. Wakeboards more than they should, makes sure everyone knows it, and usually isn't very good at it. Loves the lake and acting like a total toooooool!
Guy 1: "Hey, I've seen that kid on the lake before, boarding it up, wearing neon shorts. Is he cool?"
Guy 2: "Naw man he's a total Brew, don't even talk to him."