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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?"
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One of the thousands of UK terms for tea.
Make us a brew love, I'm parched.
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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!"
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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"
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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
by Alevaro Jose Makawakatakashaka November 21, 2010
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