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Hops, Barley, and ... Rainwater?
The Bitter End's Environmental Pale Ale is ready just in time for the Teas Craft Brewers Festival
Food Story  May 14, 2004, by Wes Marshall
"...It is the new Environmental Pale Ale from the Bitter End, brainchild of Tim Schwartz, award-winning brewer, and Richard Heinichen, purveyor of all things rainwater. They can't claim any medicinal powers for the beer, but I watched them make it, and I can attest they used only the finest natural ingredients – organic hops and barley along with rainwater collected near Dripping Springs, Texas..."

Hops to It
The gospel of good beer is spreading
Food Story  April 6, 2012, by Lee Nichols
"...Middleton told me he just moved here from San Diego, where he lived in the middle of a golden triangle formed by the top-flight brewing operations of Stone, Green Flash, and Pizza Port. Trips to Belgium influenced him and his wife Kim greatly, so his brews offer a mix of the spiced beers of that nation and the hops bombs of California...."

Janis Fowler: Opening at Hops & Grain
Brewery's resident artist brings signature style to tap room
DAILY Arts  January 24, 2014, by Claire Gordon
"...The resident artist for Eastside brewery Hops & Grain, Fowler also displayed her Eastside Zoo series. Inspired by a particularly bad-tempered rooster and Thursday night social rides, it is Austin in animal form..."

A Hip Girl Hops Into the Kitchen
DIY maven Kate Payne applies her prowess to cooking
Food Story  April 25, 2014, by Jessi Cape


SXSW Film Hops on the Announcement Bandwagon
HBO's Lena Dunham and Casey Neistat, Jason Blum bound for Festival
DAILY Screens  October 15, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...• Workshops booked so far will touch on everything from auditions to immigration options to stunts on a budget...."

Hopson Hops the Fence
Jacksonville Dem to run as Republican
DAILY News  November 6, 2009, by Richard Whittaker
"...Surprise news this morning: Rep. Chuck Hopson, D-Jacksonville, is switching sides next election and run as a Republican..."

BookPeople Hops on the Blogging Train
BookPeople starts a blog
DAILY Books  September 12, 2008, by Kimberley Jones


The King of Hops Returns
Earlier this month, Michael Jackson, a well-rounded Englishman who travels the globe sampling local brews and entertaining faithful beer geeks with educational tastings and deadpan jokes about pop-star pedophilia, made his annual trek to Austin for a beer-tasting dinner at the Bitter End.
Food Story  June 2, 2000, by Pableaux Johnson


A Disaster Brewing
Hops shortage squeezes local-beer makers and drinkers
Food Story  March 21, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...Now here's a new one to send a chill down your spine: We are currently in the middle of a worldwide shortage of hops...."

Beyond the Pale
Hops & Grain releases first year-round draft
DAILY Food  April 8, 2015, by Andrew Thomas
"...Hops and Grain Brewery might be on a roll. Hot on the heels of the release of Porter Culture last fall, H & G will be offering its first year-round draft beer – A Pale Mosaic..."

Hey Porter
Hops and Grain's "culture" of success
DAILY Food  December 12, 2014, by Andrew Thomas
"...While the milkshake creaminess of stouts has found a niche, porters remain misunderstood. But Hops and Grain's new Porter Culture is likely to change some minds...."

Kangaroo Jack
While on a panel at the 2002 Austin Film Festival, Kangaroo Jack co-writer Scott Rosenberg recounted with glee how he pitched the idea of Jack -- two guys with $50,000...

Film Review  January 17, 2003, by Kimberley Jones
"...Starring: Jerry O'Connell, Anthony Anderson, Estella Warren, Christopher Walken, Michael Shannon, Marton Csokas and David Ngoombujarra. While on a panel at the 2002 Austin Film Festival, Kangaroo Jack co-writer Scott Rosenberg recounted with glee how he pitched the idea of Jack -- two guys with $50,000 in the pocket of a jacket put the jacket on a kangaroo; kangaroo hops off with jacket and cash -- he received the biggest advance for an idea ever..."

Winebelly Pours One Out
Today's Austin food news
DAILY Food  September 23, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Johnson's Backyard Garden hustles and flows, Hops & Grain has a new friend, and more in today's food news...."

On My Way
In this road movie, Catherine Deneuve plays a Frenchwoman having an existential crisis on wheels.
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Film Review  May 2, 2014, by Josh Kupecki
"...She is a 70-year-old widow who lives with her henpecking mother upstairs from the financially faltering restaurant she runs. When she gets the news that her affair with a married man has ended due to him running off with a 25-year-old, she snaps, hops into her gold Mercedes for a pack of cigarettes, and ends up flooring it on a cross-country odyssey...."

Dogfish Head Instigates Tap Takeover
Brewery sharing some rare brews at film fest
DAILY Food  April 25, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Dogfish Head heads in Austin have reason to celebrate this weekend, as the Delaware-based hops-happy brewery announced it’s taking over some taps at the Alamo Drafthouse Off-Centered Film Festival with seven Occasional Rarity brews...."

Drink Local Beer, Support Local Youth
Hops and Grain, East Side Glass team up
DAILY Food  June 21, 2012, by R.U. Steinberg
"...There are precious few opportunities to drink beer and feel like you are giving back to the community. But on June 28, Hops and Grain and East Side Glass are going to let you do just that...."

Echotone
This locally made documentary looks at the city of Austin through the eyes of its working musicians.
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Film Review  May 6, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Christ has an eye for strong personalities, including the charismatic Joe Lewis of Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears; a camera crew shadows him as he makes deliveries for Quality Seafood. Appropriately, great care has been taken with the sound design, but even more striking is Robert Garza’s cinematography, especially as his camera hops a ride on Downtown’s many construction cranes to document a dazzling city in transition, be it for better or worse..."

Water for Elephants
Based on a bestselling novel, this 1930s-set film stars Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, and Christoph Waltz.
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Film Review  April 29, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...In this adaptation of Sara Gruen's book-club favorite Water for Elephants, Twilight heartthrob Pattinson stretches to play a character with a pulse – but just barely. Orphaned in the film's opening minutes and suddenly cash-poor in 1930s New York, Pattinson's Jacob hops a train in the dead of night only to discover he's caught a ride with a traveling circus..."

Wrong Numbers
The humble brewski, a simple blend of water, toasted grain, and hops that enthusiasts chug by the half-dozen, assumes grail-like import for bored 19-year-olds James and Russell in Alex Holdridge's...
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Film Review  June 7, 2002, by Russell Smith
"...Starring: Scoot McNairy, Kierstin Cunnington, Matt Pulliam and Matt Bearden. The humble brewski, a simple blend of water, toasted grain, and hops that enthusiasts chug by the half-dozen, assumes grail-like import for bored 19-year-olds James and Russell in Alex Holdridge's engaging, sneakily poignant comedy..."

Star Kid
Joseph Mazzello, an uncommonly good young actor (Jurassic Park, The River Wild), stars in this pre-adolescent male sci-fi fantasy about a seventh-grader who hops inside a big robotic Cybersuit and...
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Film Review  January 16, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Joseph Mazzello, Richard Gilliland, Corrine Bohrer, Joey Simmrin, Ashlee Levitch and Lauren Eckstrom. Joseph Mazzello, an uncommonly good young actor (Jurassic Park, The River Wild), stars in this pre-adolescent male sci-fi fantasy about a seventh-grader who hops inside a big robotic Cybersuit and saves the planet from intergalactic aggressors called the Broodwarriors..."

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