An early ripening relatively trouble free variety Brown’s Apple can produce very heavy crops of bright red flushed apples that are quite flattish in shape and quite large for a cider variety. The flesh is quite sharp, white & chewy and produces a very good fresh sharp cider with a fruity aroma.
Because of its qualities – trouble free growing, heavy yields, good quality cider it has been grown widely in the south west. It can become biennial bearing if cropping becomes very heavy
Flowering time – mid May Harvest – mid October