December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

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December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by PMackie » Mon Nov 05, 2018 4:18 pm

All Rye'lled Up
BJCP Style Guide 18B? - Rye Pale Ale

Batch size 21 L
Boil time 60 min
Equipment: Robobrew - Version III
OG: 1.052
Est. FG:
Est. ABV: 5.5 %

Grain

4.26 kg - Pale Malt (2 - Row) - 71.2%
0.30KG - Victory Malt - 5%
0.60 kg - Rye Malt - 10%
0.60 kg - Munich Malt - 10 %
0.22 kg - Honey Malt - 3.7%
Rice hulls - 3 - 4 handfuls

Heat 21.21 L of water to strike temp of 71.4 C and then add grains to maintain a mash temp of 66.7 C for 75 mins. Mash out to 75.6 C over 10 mins.
Recirculate gently throughout mash
Sprage with 12.80 L of cold water
Collect 28 liters of wort

Bring to Boil and Address:

14 g Simcoe (13% aa) - boil for 60 mins
14 g Simcoe (13% aa) - Boil for 30 mins
14 g Centennial (10% aa) - Boil for 20 mins
Whirlflock added 15 mins
14 g Centennial (10% aa) - Boil for 10
17 g Cascade (5.50% aa) - Boil for 5

Cool to pitching temp

Oxygenate wort and pitch yeast starter of San Diego Super Yeast(WLP090) and ferment for 14 days at 18C

Dry hop additions:
Add
35 g of Amarillo (9.1% aa) on day 5 of fermentation

Will Bottle Condition as per recommendation. Usually would keg and carb. I would wait until the 16th to put in the fridge. Was a little late getting the brew done due to my electric system crapping out and have to re-do the brew a week later. Should be nice and carbed up by then, but better safe than sorry.
Hope everyone likes it, first year doing this and bottle conditioning this beer. It's been a hit on keg in my house.
Enjoy!
Kegged: Togarashi Heat Porter, All Ryell'ed Up
Fermenting: Pop's Sunday Sipper(Kolsch Style), Everwood Comp Beer
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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by mumblecrunch » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:46 pm

I get a little bit of rye spiciness on the nose, along with some other malt notes and a bit of American hop character. The body is fine for the ABV, with the malt and hops in good balance. This is an easy drinker that's nicely carbonated. I would personally have liked a little more rye spiciness, but already know I like rye in beer more than most. Cheers!

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by Halifax_Jeff » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:57 pm

I enjoyed it. Little spicy with some hops coming through. Easy drinking.

Like Mumble I would like a little more rye but I like them spicy. Thanks for the beer!

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by LiverDance » Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:45 pm

Reminds me of terrapin rye pale ale from the states. Easy drinking beer! Very enjoyable


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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by CartoonCod » Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:25 pm

Nice beer. Well carbed, nice fruity hops on the nose. Pleasant level of rye spiciness. I really enjoy the level of bitterness in this one. As everyone else said, easy drinking, thanks!

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by jmacdonald » Wed Dec 19, 2018 10:03 am

Just the perfect amount of rye for me. Love the name. Thanks!

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by know1 » Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:44 pm

Nice bready malt flavor. Compliments the rye nicely. And just enough rye to ok know it's there but not drown out the other malts. Thanks Paul!

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by PMackie » Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:03 am

Thanks for the comments guys. I actually had a bottle today that had some slight oxidization so I am glad you didn’t get one of those. I am brewing this again tomorrow with some adjustments thanks to your input. Cheers!


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Kegged: Togarashi Heat Porter, All Ryell'ed Up
Fermenting: Pop's Sunday Sipper(Kolsch Style), Everwood Comp Beer
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In the hole:: Pale Ale, Watermelon Blonde, Jalapeno Lime Wit

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by GCR » Tue Mar 19, 2019 9:42 am

Great label, great beer! Finally got around to drinking this on Sunday while brewing our Boxing Rock entry. I agree with others - this is the perfect amount of rye. I have a bag of rye malt in storage that I plan to use soon -- will definitely take some inspiration from your recipe. Thanks for sharing!Image

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Re: December 18, 2018 - Rye PA

Post by PMackie » Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:03 pm

GCR wrote:
Tue Mar 19, 2019 9:42 am
Great label, great beer! Finally got around to drinking this on Sunday while brewing our Boxing Rock entry. I agree with others - this is the perfect amount of rye. I have a bag of rye malt in storage that I plan to use soon -- will definitely take some inspiration from your recipe. Thanks for sharing!Image

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I wish I had some left while I brewed for the boxing rock this past weekend. I brewed this again but upped the Rye to 18% and it was really really good. Some friends found it too spicy though so I think I'll bump the rye down to 14% and brew it again next weekend. Happy Medium from too spicy and not spicy enough. Thanks for the feedback!
Kegged: Togarashi Heat Porter, All Ryell'ed Up
Fermenting: Pop's Sunday Sipper(Kolsch Style), Everwood Comp Beer
On deck: ...
In the hole:: Pale Ale, Watermelon Blonde, Jalapeno Lime Wit

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