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hophead

1. n. an alcoholic or a drunkard. Ernie is a well-established and incurable hophead.
2. n. a drug user; someone under the effects of drugs. (Drugs.) The hopheads are taking over this part of town.
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Located some 20 miles from the bustle of the Las Vegas strip, Tenaya Creek Brewery is light on tourists and long on serious hopheads.
A perfect day out for tickers, hopheads and curious cats, it will be fascinating to see the breweries' different takes on the challenge - and whether tastes have changed and drinkers take it in their stride.
We look forward to bringing more of their innovative brews to hopheads in the area.
Our panel, heavily populated with hopheads as it is, thoroughly enjoyed Stochasticity.
Of late, the twain has been meeting, and Lagunitas has been producing flavorful beers at a lower ABV that really hit the sweet spot for those hopheads seeking greater sessionability.
At the same time a top cop threatens 'war' on middle-class hopheads who snort a line or two from their Hampstead (or Lisvane?
One for the hopheads, and there are a lot of hopheads now.
For the hopheads in our crew, drinking Hopzilla was a sensual experience.
Yeah, these hopheads and their arguments don't bother me," Gregg Glaser said.
The only drawback (and our panel of unapologetic hopheads didn't have a problem with it) is that all those big hops tend to overmaster the Belgian yeast.
Steve Victor, too, asserted that there was not enough malt balance in this beer, but the moderate malt faction was shouted down by a vocal, potentially violent group of hopheads.
We thought it was a bit formulaic, but that didn't stop the hopheads in the crew from sucking down every drop.
For a few moments there was a reverent silence, as the hopheads put their noses to the rims, and sucked up all that great fresh hop aroma.
When we poured this, the aroma reached right out of the glass and grabbed our hopheads by their olefactories.
When we poured these out, the aroma reached right out of the glass and grabbed our hopheads by their olefactory nerves.