Bramling - Field Grade
DISCONTINUED as of 10/01/18 - Available while in-stock quantities last
Bramling VF 1179
An early 1900’s English heirloom aroma hop variety; related to Goldings. A specialist hop for those
interested in unusual or rarely grown hops. Widely cultivated by 1865 for use in golden and rye ales primarily. It is grown in British Columbia for Canadian breweries desiring aroma hops. Its profile is of very low alpha acids and moderately low cohumulone. It is said to have a pleasant European aroma profile... Read More
Alpha Acids: 5.8%
Beta Acids: 3.0%
• Alpha acids: 5.8%, Betas: 3.0, total oils .90 ml/100g, cohumulone 27%
• Aromas: pleasant English type
• Yield: Average for an aroma class hop. 600 to 100 lbs / acre
• Storage stability: good 76% remaining after 6 months at room temperature
• Maturity: mid-season
• Beer styles: All English beer styles where more aroma is desired
• Grower notes: Relatively small in stature; similar in habit to most other English hedgerow hop
varieties. Better resistance to downy mildews-(a trait shared by most English hops). Candidate
for organic cultivation.
• Plant spacing: Best planted with tighter rows and 30” plant spacing in higher density modern
hopyards to boost overall yields per acre. Short 12” sidearms with good pickability.
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