Hop vine

(Bot.) the climbing vine or stalk of the hop.

See also: Hop

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The Merseyside & Cheshire region's winners include the Freshfield Hotel, Formby, the Hop Vine in Burscough; the Clock Face, Prescot, St Helens and Gallaghers, Birkenhead.
uk/pictures/ group/ That just leaves space for a splendid portrait of a barmaid at the Hop Vine, in Burscough, by Eric The Fish - enough to make anyone thirsty
The second vine, which has been used for centuries is the hop vine, (Humulus lupulus).
The countertop bar contains 85 percent recycled content; the douglas fir in the wall fixtures and cabinets was reclaimed from school bleachers; the information piece on the bar utilizes recycled slate from a local school; and the redwood siding on the store's exterior was reclaimed from hop vine poles in Eastern Washington.
Burscough Priory high school band performed outside The Hop Vine pub.
Many people have never seen a hop vine and it's exciting to experience the intense aroma of a fresh hop bud," says Dustin Watts, vp of sales and marketing.
SOUTHBRIDGE - The Hop Vine Cafe opened in October and Honest Town Brewery in March.
Hops, the dried female flowers of the hop vine, add bitterness that offsets the malt's sweetness.
Five Licensees of Excellence awards were presented at the Scarisbrick Hotel festival to Janice Alty (The Derby Arms, Aughton), Gail Heyes and Fred Hook (The Guest House, Southport), Mike McComb (The Hop Vine, Burscough), George Sourbutts (Barons Bar, Scarisbrick Hotel, Southport) and Craig Downes (Sir Henry Segrave, Southport).
The brewery is visible from the arts and entertainment building's Hop Vine Cafe.
Three months into its soft opening, Southbridge's Hop Vine Cafe is already a space that inspires from the inside out.
In this Denver garden, the hop vine completely concealed its wire frame in a single summer.