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Old 02-02-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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What is the highest ratio of rye you have successfully used in a beer? Any issues other than stuck runoff? I tried searching for a thread on this but I only have the phone app right now (shhh, Im at work). I'm looking to do a beer that is mostly rye and was wondering how far people have pushed it. The more details the better (recipe, style, equipment, yeast, tasting notes...). Thanks!


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Old 02-02-2012, 08:56 PM   #2
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My standard RyePA is 25%, and I've never had a problem with sticky mashes, no protein rest, no rice hulls, crushed at the same mill gap as the rest. I know people here have gone higher, but I like the slight hint of spiciness with the Amarillo/Simcoe dry hop combo. You can definitely tell it's there. Here's my recipe:

8lbs Pilsner
3lbs Rye Malt
0.5lbs Carapils
.25lb Special B (not necessary)
Mash at 155F
0.66oz Chinook (first wort)
0.33oz Chinook (10mins)
1oz Simcoe (0 min)
0.5oz Amarillo (0 min)
1oz Amarillo (dry hop)
1oz Simcoe (dry hop)
PacMan Yeast
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