Bramling and willamette dry hop?

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Hi all
Before i throw these in i just thought id see if anyones dry hopped with these separately or together with good results or not so good.
So ill wait till tomorrow and hppefully theyl be some helpful posts.
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Sounds ok... Willamette is one from TT Landlord...can't go wrong!
 

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Hi all
Before i throw these in i just thought id see if anyones dry hopped with these separately or together with good results or not so good.
So ill wait till tomorrow and hppefully theyl be some helpful posts.
Cheers
What style of beer? I quite like Bramling Cross in brown ales and porters but haven’t tried it in an IPA.
 

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I got 50g of brambling X...must do some reading..
 

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Sounds ok... Willamette is one from TT Landlord...can't go wrong!
Threw about 40g of each
Hoping the bramling will go nice with the roasted malt
What style of beer? I quite like Bramling Cross in brown ales and porters but haven’t tried it in an IPA.
Its just maris with crystal and as im still not getting the water right i added some roasted barley which seems to mask any faults with brewing salts.
I guess it leans towards a porter
I still like darker beers this time of year. Come next month ill be getting some pilsner malt combined with pale and make an IPA
 

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Hoping the bramling will go nice with the roasted malt
Do you mean Bramling or Bramling Cross? Bramling is one of the classic Goldings clones, named after a village near Canterbury; she was crossed with a brother of Bullion and Brewer's Gold to create Bramling Cross.

Its just maris with crystal
"Maris" could refer to anything from potatoes (Maris Piper, Maris Peer), to wheat (Maris Widgeon) - it was just the "house" name for plant varieties bred at the Plant Breeding Institute on Maris Lane near Cambridge. In general they got an animal name starting with the same letter as the type of crop, except beans got the "B"s so barley got various names in the M-P range.
 

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"Maris" could refer to anything from potatoes (Maris Piper, Maris Peer), to wheat (Maris Widgeon) - it was just the "house" name for plant varieties bred at the Plant Breeding Institute on Maris Lane near Cambridge. In general they got an animal name starting with the same letter as the type of crop, except beans got the "B"s so barley got various names in the M-P range.
That's interesting. I thought it was just a coincidence that maris otter and maris piper both had the prefix maris
 

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Do you mean Bramling or Bramling Cross? Bramling is one of the classic Goldings clones, named after a village near Canterbury; she was crossed with a brother of Bullion and Brewer's Gold to create Bramling Cross.



"Maris" could refer to anything from potatoes (Maris Piper, Maris Peer), to wheat (Maris Widgeon) - it was just the "house" name for plant varieties bred at the Plant Breeding Institute on Maris Lane near Cambridge. In general they got an animal name starting with the same letter as the type of crop, except beans got the "B"s so barley got various names in the M-P range.
Hello NB its the bramling cross variety. Thanks for the detailed response
 

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Do you mean Bramling or Bramling Cross? Bramling is one of the classic Goldings clones, named after a village near Canterbury; she was crossed with a brother of Bullion and Brewer's Gold to create Bramling Cross.



"Maris" could refer to anything from potatoes (Maris Piper, Maris Peer), to wheat (Maris Widgeon) - it was just the "house" name for plant varieties bred at the Plant Breeding Institute on Maris Lane near Cambridge. In general they got an animal name starting with the same letter as the type of crop, except beans got the "B"s so barley got various names in the M-P range.
Otter i should have added. Wow 2 misleading threads in the space of a day of eachother. I must have been off this site too long
 
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