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Homebrewing refers to small-scale, non-commercial manufacture of drink, typically beer.
Homebrew or home brew may also refer to:
- Homebrew Computer Club
- Homebrew (package management software), a package manager for Mac OS X
- Homebrew (video games), software produced by consumers for proprietary hardware platforms not typically user-programmable
Music and media
- Homebrew (Neneh Cherry album)
- Homebrew (Steve Howe album), 1996
- Homebrew, song by the band 311 from their album Grassroots (album)
- Homebrew, album by Paul Lansky
- Home Brew (band) (also known as Home Brew Crew), a New Zealand hip hop group
- Home Brew (album), the first studio album by the group
- "Home Brew" (The Green Green Grass), an episode from the sitcom
- A roleplaying game played using house rules, or devised entirely by its participants
- Amateur radio homebrew
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