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They are two different breeds; they should not be interbred.
If it says in your AKC papers "Cocker Spaniel" it is American.
Go to ECSCA.org to see pictures of English Cockers. The American cockers have a shorter muzzle, rounder eyes, they are smaller. Their ancestors were the English Cockers, but the American breeders started breeding smaller dogs and in the 1900s the two breeds separated because of the differences.
There are many differences between the American and English Cocker Spaniel. The English Cocker Spaniel is slightly larger than the American Cocker. The most obvious difference can be seen in the head shapes. you ever see a dog that looks like a big Cocker with a goofy long nose, you're probably looking at an English Cocker.. Compared to the English Cocker, the American Cocker's skull has a distinctly domed skull, as well as a deep pronounced stop and more clearly defined eyebrows. Also the American's lips tend to hang down farther and more loosely, and its eyes are slightly larger and set more to look straight ahead than of the English Cocker Spaniel. Finally the American Cocker has a more profuse coat than the English Cocker.
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loads of different types of hops but it's no always easy to tell the difference
especially if you are an amateur home brewer. These are the 3 main types of
1. German - Rich and spicy and connected
to classic European largers
2. English - Gentle and floral hops that
blend into the malt.
3. American - Stronger, citrusy and bold
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All of these beer styles are quite
hoppy and bitter. They are not too
different from one another, as they are within the same beer family; however
they do have a few distinctive variances.
Pale ales - brewed with lightly roasted 'pale'
malts and have a nice balance between hops and malt
IPA's - much hoppier than pale ales - can be
found in both English and American styles, with the Americans making a more
Double IPA's - an American style take on pale
ales that loads the beer full of hops, sometimes doubling or even tripling the
normal amounts found in traditional pale ales
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