Interesting.patto1ro wrote:Looking at a brewing record from 1989. It has Fuggles, Goldings, Whitbread Goldings Varieties, Styrian Goldings, Northern Brewers and something abbreviated to Bx.Clibit wrote:I think they just used Goldings, but from different suppliers. Could be wrong. Probably not crucial as hops were mostly used for bitterness it seems.
The grain bill was very simple, I think enzymatic was American 6-row, used to increase fermentability. It shows up in records from other years.
I'm not convinced Nottingham will work for a Boddies clone, but interested to see how your beer turns out.
90's Boddies was not as bitter, so quantities may have been dropped, im thinking the 90's brew was mid to low 20's IBU and the 60's brew was 30 to 35IBU.