A traditional 19th century English perry pear. The dark-colored juice has a low tannin content and it produces a mild perry.
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The main issue with Brandy is its tendency to over-crop, which can in turn cause the tree to lapse into biennial bearing - with heavy crops then light crops in alternate years. To prevent this happening, be sure to thin the fruitlets in the "on" year. This not only helps to prevent biennialism but can also improve the juice quality.
Brandy starts bearing from a young age.