Does anyone have a suggestion for a bourbon family that also includes a rye variation?
I just saw that Northern Brewer released a Rye version and I thought they would fantastic to try brewing side-by-side. Some varieties I can think of would be Jim Beam Rye and maybe the 7 year, Bulleit reg and Rye, Knob Creek reg and Rye. Unfortunately the rye Wild Turkey isn't available around here.
Also I was wondering whether people are varying the quantity by the proof of the whiskey? I would think a lower volume of higher-proof whiskey would be ideal since you would be adding less water.
Regular recipe -
Rye recipe -
Primary: Antithesis (Saison+Sauv Blanc)
Secondary: Highrise IPA w/ extra Simcoe and Citra, Split Open & Melt Imperial Stout, Apfelwein + Concentrate
Bottled: Quick n Dirty Berliner Weiss, Smoke Bomb Imperial Smoked Chipotle Porter, Lime Apfelwein
Next Batches: Wheat Porter, W00t Stout, Heady Topper, Citra Black IPA