I’m sort of assuming the non-Oregon hops were English. They are listed by a grower or dealer’s name which is obviously English. As there were pretty much no hops grown in Ireland, I think we can rule out them being local.
The majority of the hops were from the most recent season. With only Single Stout having older hops. Even then, they were only yearlings. I’ve come across English brewers who used much older hops in general, a majority being more than a year old.
|Cairnes hops in 1914|
|Beer||Style||OG||hop 1||hop 2||hop 3|
|2d Ale||Mild||1038||Oregon 1913||English 1913|
|Mild Ale||Mild||1062||Oregon 1913||English 1913|
|Bitter Ale||Pale Ale||1050||Oregon 1913||English 1913|
|SS||Stout||1050||Oregon 1913||Oregon no date||Oregon 1912|
|DS||Stout||1067||Oregon 1913||English 1913|
|Cairnes brewing record held at the Guinness archives.|