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Old 10-26-2009, 02:08 PM   #1
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9 lb 2 row
2.5 lb honey malt
2 lb rye

.75 oz galena(11.5%) @ 60
1 oz cascade(5.4%) @ 15
1.5 oz cascade(5.4%) @ 3

us-05
mash @ 152-150

OG 1055 FG 1009 eff. 79 % atten. 84%

abv 6%
IBU 36

im very pleased with how this came out, the rye flavor is very strong, i think next time i will cut the rye a little and increase the honey. also i will raise the mash temp next time to 154 i think. i think the flavor addition of the casade goes well with the rye...i'm diggin it i am now obsessed with rye beers.
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What type of rye did you use?

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Old 10-26-2009, 04:55 PM   #3
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What type of rye did you use?
flaked from ahs
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That actually sounds rather delicious. Is the sweetness from the honey malt very prominant?

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That actually sounds rather delicious. Is the sweetness from the honey malt very prominant?
its there on the front end, but the rye kind of bullies it out of the way for the finish... thats why i think i'll drop the rye down and maybe just up the basemalt. i really dont want more flavor from the honey malt, just a tooouch less rye.
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Yeah, I'm a huge fan of rye in beer, so this will most certainly get put on the to-do list.

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Boy, I would have thought that would be too much honey malt. But I do loves me some rye in my beer!!!

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Boy, I would have thought that would be too much honey malt. But I do loves me some rye in my beer!!!

ive used honey malt a few times, all around this percentage and they have come out well. it would probably be too much if i used other specialty malts but alone i like it.
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I just Brewed Denny Conn's RyePA and called for 3 lbs for rye, and just tasted it and it was perfect. I think the flaked rye added more of a pronounced flavor.

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I just Brewed Denny Conn's RyePA and called for 3 lbs for rye, and just tasted it and it was perfect. I think the flaked rye added more of a pronounced flavor.
yeah this may be true, maybe i'll give malted rye a try next time.
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