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Definition of the noun american hop
What does american hop mean as a name of something?
- native American plant sometimes confused with the European hop
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Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives by Scott C. Martin
Many American beers, especially craft beers, now use American hop varietals developed since the 1970s, including Cascade, Citra, ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Iridoviridae American ground squirrel cytomegalovirus, Herpesviridae American hop latent virus, (AHLV), Carlavirus American oyster reovirus 13p2V, (13p2V), Reoviridae American plum ...
by Andrew Smith
Almost all will show some citrus American hop character.” The Association ofBrewers' 2011 Beer Style Guidelines state that this style of beer is “ characterized by American-variety hops used to produce the perception of medium hop bitterness, flavor, and medium aroma. Amber ales have medium- high to high maltiness with ...
Old World and New World Traditions by Gabrielle Hatfield
Whether the so-called American hop (Hu- mulus lupulus var. lapuloides) is in fact a native is a matter of disagreement (Crellin and Philpott 1990: 248).
Oslrya virqinica, called American hop hornbeam, has wood exceedingly hard ...
Illustrated with four thousand engravings on wood. In two volumes. ... by Oliver Byrne
Ostrya virginica, called American hop hornbeam, has wood exceedingly hard and heavy, whence it is generally called iron-wood in this country, and in some places lever-wood. Jakwood is the wood of Artocarpux integrifolia, or the entire- leaf bread-fruit tree, a native of India : is imported in logs from 3 to 5 feet diameter, and also in planks; the grain is coarse and crooked, and often contains sand. The wood is yellow when first cut, but changes to a dull red or mahogany color. It is very ...
Appletons Dictionary of Machines, Mechanics, Engine-work, and Engineering Illustrated with Four Thousand Engravings on Wood (1852)
American hop hornbeam, has wood exceedingly hard and heavy, whence it is generally called iron-wood in this country, and in some places lever~wood. Jsxwoon is the wood of Artocarpux intrgrifolia, or the entire-leaf bread-fruit tree, a native of India; is imported in logs from 3 to 5 feet diameter, and also in planks; the grain is coarse and crooked, and often contains sand. The wood is yellow when first cut, but changes to a dull red or Innhogany color. It is very much used in India for ...
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