Bramling Hop Description
Bramling was a popular hop in England around the turn of the 20th century for use in golden and rye ales. It was grown in British Columbia for Canadian Breweries desiring an aroma hop. Bramling has low alpha acids and moderately low Co Humulone offering a pleasant European aroma.
Country of Origin: England
Alpha Acids 5.8%
Beta Acids 3%
Yield #’s / acre 600 – 1,000
Seasonal Maturity: Early
Growth Rate: Low
Sidearm Length: 12”
Susceptible to: Moderately to Downy Mildew
Style Guide: Ales, Stouts,
Substitutes: Whitebread Golding, Progress, East Kent Golding
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AlphAroma, Bramling, Canadian Redvine, Cascade, Cashmere, Centennial, Chinook, Cluster L8, Columbia, Comet, Crystal, Eroica, Fuggle H, Galena, Glacier, Hallertau m.f, Horizon, Liberty, Magnum, Mt Hood, Mt Rainier, NewPort, Northern Brewer, Nugget, Olympic, Oregon Cluster, Perle, Pocket Talisman, Saaz 72, Sorachi Ace, Sterling, Styrian Golding, Tahoma, Teamaker, Tettnanger, Triple Pearl, Triumph, UK Serebrianka, Ultra, VanGuard, Willamette, Yakima Gold, Zatecki Cerveni, Zeus