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Old 11-10-2012, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default Red Rye Ale

Hey Guys, Im brewing this recipe tomorrow and thought I'd share it to see if anyone had some advice. Any thoughts? I am using rye for the fist time and I think this percentage will add good flavor without being too overpowering. Any thoughts or Pointers?

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- 8 lb American 2 row
- 2 lb Rye
- 1 lb Victory
- .5 lb Crystal 60
- .25 lb Crystal 90
- .25 lb Belgian Aromatic

- .5oz German Magnum Pellets (15.2% AA) 60min
- .5oz German Magnum Pellets (15.2% AA) 30min
- 1oz Centennial Pellets (9.7% AA) 15min
- 1oz Centennial Pellets (9.7%AA) 5min
- 1oz Amarillo Whole Leaf (9.5%AA) Flame out

WYeast 1332 NorthWest Ale

Mash for 60 min @ 154F. Ferment around 66 F for 2. Rack to secondary for another week or 2. Bottle condition 10 days, enjoy.

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Old 11-11-2012, 01:26 AM   #2
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Pretty similar to the one I made last week. For a 10 gal batch I used, 17lbs 2 row, 6lbs Rye, 3lbs Aromatic, 1.5lbs of 40L and 80L and a little Flaked Oats. I mashed at 148 for mine though. Good luck on your brewday!

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