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BarthHaas

Bramling Cross

Great Britain

AROMA PROFILE

Bred from a crossing in 1927 by Professor Salmon at Wye, of a Bramling (one of the traditional Golding varieties) with a male seedling of the Manitoban wild hop. This variety with its good yield, early ripening, tolerance to wilt and some resistance to mildews gave many growers in Kent a good hop to start the picking season. A distinctive and flexible hop which brings rich fruit and spice character to British Bitter, Brown Ale, Mild, Old Ale and Porter. May also suit Barley Wine, Belgian Brown or Dubble, American Black ales and Dunkel lagers.

KEY FLAVORS

  • Chrysanthemum
  • Bitter grapefruit
  • Caramel
  • Gooseberry
  • Vanilla

ANCESTRY

Bramling with a male seedling of the Canadian Manitoban wild hop

ANALYZES

CULTIVATION AREA
Great Britain
ALPHA-ACIDS*
6 - 7 %
BETA-ACIDS
2.2 - 2.8 %
TOTAL OIL
0.7 - 1 ML/100G
MYRCENE
34 - 38 %
LINALOOL
0.9 - 0 %

*Alpha acids are determined by conductometric titration (EBC 7.4) in Europe; by spectrophotometric (ASBC Hops-6) in USA, Oil composition determined by Gas Chromatography (ASBC Hops-17,EBC 7.1.2)

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