Hopyard

Hop´yard`


n.1.A field where hops are raised.
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Throwback Brewery in Hampton has been sourcing its hops locally whenever possible and recently began growing their own on a small hopyard at their Hobbs Farm brewery.
The plan is to instead convey flows the Hopyard WwTP.
Floyd Mangove, 22, of Hopyard Close, Leicester, was imprisoned after pleading guilty to death by dangerous driving at Leicester Crown Court.
An Orchard and Hopyard Pavilion will be celebrating the fact that more than half of the hops grown in the UK are produced in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire - known as the Hopshires.
In celebration of Gordon's life, please join Gordon's family Saturday, February 11th at the Fox Hopyard Golf Club, 1 Fox Hopyard Road, East Haddam, CT (1-4 p.
The Hopyard borders the Willamette River, which has slowly begun to recede since cresting over the banks early Saturday," reported Rogue's Michael "Shoes" Higgins.
He said Ms Leake, of Hopyard Meadow, and Mr Hole, of St Owain's Crescent, both in Cowbridge ,were both of completely clean character.
Edwina Leake, 52, a neighbour at Hopyard Meadow, Cowbridge, and her brother Philip Hole, 49, of St Owain's Crescent, Cowbridge, deny theft and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
The man, in his 50s, was with two other dog-walkers in parkland between Hopyard Lane, Hentland Close and Mordiford Close when a man complained about the noise their dogs were making.
Pinot gris, chardonnay and pinot noir from Pioneer Hopyard Vineyard.
On Hopyard Avenue, a mile away, you glimpse the future: gleaming office parks that anchor the I-680 corridor, a commercial aggregation that extends 30 miles north to Walnut Creek and Concord.
Like walking through a hopyard, this smells of leaves and blossoms, so green and leafy," Ernie said.