hop garden


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Noun1.hop garden - a garden where hops are grown
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
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hop garden

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"The beers served at the Summer Bar have been brewed just yards from the tables, and some of the hops used to brew them have been grown in our hop garden next to the brewery.
Other Birmingham pubs included are Inn on the Green, Acocks Green; Old Moseley Arms, Balsall Heath; Gunmakers Arms, city centre; Post Office Vaults, city centre; Pure Craft Bar & Kitchen, city centre; Victoria, city centre; Wellington, city centre; Spotted Dog, Digbeth; Woodman, Digbeth; Physician, Edgbaston; Hop Garden, Harborne; White Horse, Harborne; Lamp Tavern, Highgate; 1000 Trades, Hockley; Burning Soul Brewery, Hockley; Jewellers Arms, Hockley; Red Lion, Hockley; Rock & Roll Brewhouse, Hockley; Rose Villa Tavern, Hockley; Kings Heath Cricket & Sports Club, Kings Heath; Bartons Arms, Newtown; Black Horse, Northfield; Wildcat Tap, Stirchley; Hornet, Ward End; and Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club, Yardley.
They can also wander through the Hop Garden, where hops are grown to support the Welsh micro brewery sector.
He has transformed it into a brand new pub called The Hop Garden, which will specialise in selling locally-made beers.
Left, Steve Lowe, head of conservation at Northumberland Wildlife Trust with Sandra Butler, technical administrator, Shashun HELPING NATURE - Above, making bird feeders at the Hop Garden in High Spen and, right, some bug hotels
National Trust Barm Bread, the traditional wheaten bread of England, is made with beer produced from hops grown in the Scotney Castle hop garden in Kent, owned by the Trust.
Ale and Hop Garden Gold with suspicion before asking that most foolish of questions: "Do you have any cider?"
A short drive away at Ickburgh is the Iceni Brewery and Hop Garden, a micro-brewery producing an impressive array of beers with tempting titles such as Fine Soft Day.
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Dr Jane Longland, a lecturer at the University of London's Wye College, has set up a plot on the site of an old hop garden, which was first stripped of grass and then had large quantities of recycled household waste dug in to the beds.
William hid in the hop garden while his wife, son-in-law and 11 servants defended the Hall, which was origi-500 soldiers, melting down cutlery to make bullets.