from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A drug addict.
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- n. A drug addict.
- n. a beer enthusiast
- n. A home brewer.
I rarely spoke to him, but when I did I never failed to refer to him as "hophead" or "junky" and to hope that his supplies of snow were coming along all right.
The policeman saw a young man with staring eyes coming toward him, remarked "hophead" internally and played with his nightstick a little more.
This pale has the citrusy flower notes to satisfy any hophead, but a slightly richer backbone to balance them out.
Total hophead over here and it sounds appealing (checked Beer Advocate).
He looked like a hophead, not a Nazi, unless it was possible to be both at the same time, which Skip doubted in a place as lethargic as New Orleans.
Another classic behavioral trait of your garden variety hophead.
When he doesn't collapse fast enough to suit the boy, who is clearly a hothead as well as a hophead, the kid bashes Don on the head and mugs him.
Summary: I'm a hophead, I like my IPAs on the thin side with plenty of hoppiness; it really comes down to whether you require balance out of your IPAs or whether you like your IPAs as mild hop-bombs.
Translated by a hophead, that comes out: "There's truth in wine, but beer drinkers have more fun."
You are a hopeless, holess, hophead homey & a horny, horned toad, horned owl to hoot!
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