HopStop 2018, the annual craft beer festival in Riverside, moved to East Quincy Street this year and on Aug. 25 drew a sell-out crowd of more than 750 people, who came to sample beers, ciders and liquor from more than 20 local brewers and distillers, including Quincy Street Distillery; much on savory snacks, including gluten-free pretzels, from Flur Bakery; enjoy music from four bands; visit Higgins Glass; and put in bids on artwork at the Riverside Arts Center, which co-sponsored the event this year with the Frederick Law Olmsted Society and Riverside Foods. The zero-waste event also diverted about 93 percent of its trash – more than 167 pounds – away from landfills. The art auction, featuring 50 works donated by artists, raised more than $15,000.