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Old 04-10-2010, 12:22 PM   #1
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Looking to develop a nice Rye Pale ale that will have a nice balance of spicy and sweet. Hows this look

5 gallon batch

7lbs 2 row
2lbs Rye malt
1lb 10L
1lb Honey Malt
1lb Munich

1/2 Columbus 60min
1/2 Columbus 30min
1/2 Sweet Orange Peel 10min (debating)
1/2 Saaz 5min

1/2 oz of cascade DRy Hop (debating)
Notty or US-05

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Old 04-11-2010, 01:46 PM   #2
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Beuller....Beuller ?



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Looks like it will be what you are looking for.Brew it.

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Why the orange peel? Also, I'm not sure what the 10L would add. I would just use 2# of Munich instead.

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1 lb Crystal (10L) AND 1 lb Honey Malt? Cloying, for sure. 4 oz of each is all you need. The rye malt should give all the head retention you need.

US-05 is more hop forward, Nottingham is more malt forward. I use US-05 in APAs and Nottingham in porters.

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Old 04-12-2010, 01:36 PM   #6
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yeah i did a earlier version of this with the orange peel and it didnt seem to contribute much...probably go with out this time.

Thanks for the input guys

Think i will up the munich and remove the 10L and see how it comes out

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What's the Rye Pale Ale in your secondary? (according to your sig)

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Outdated sig :0....i'll fix it now.....that was a half ass attempt at subbing out 1 ingredient form a previous Pale Ale recipe and using Rye to see what it would produce

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Alright, let me know how this turns out for you. I am trying to do a Rye recipe as well, though mine is extract. I posted in here in the recipe forum too if you want to give me a shout...

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Outdated sig :0....i'll fix it now.....that was a half ass attempt at subbing out 1 ingredient form a previous Pale Ale recipe and using Rye to see what it would produce
By any chance, was your first recipe from Brewing Classic Styles? I did a similar thing. Jamil's recipe called for about 3/4 lb of Wheat, so I subbed in Rye. I have it in primary now.


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