Dunkel Rye, Son! Recipe Kit

Item Number: k99-2908

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Well rounded Dunkelweiss.
Dunkel Rye, Son! Recipe Kit

Chocolate Rye and Special B malts make this a flavorful dunkelryezen.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.052
Final Gravity : 1.014
Color / SRM : Deep Ruby-Brown
Alcohol by Volume : 5.10%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 26

Specialty Grains : Munich, Chocolate Rye, Special B
Hops : Tradition

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Dunkel Rye, Son! Recipe Kit Instructions here.

 

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Customer Reviews

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boliver
confused

why were there no brewing instructions

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Matt Brew
Dark and Malty

I brewed this as an ale, using dry yeast which took off immediately when added to the carboy. It turned out dark and malty, with only a hint of rye flavor according to my palate. I had some leftover Mittelfruh hops that I added to the keg, which improved the flavor in my opinion. I wasn't able to taste much of a toasted flavor, that was probably the only disappointment. Another easy recipe to make.

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Steve Matheny
Rich and Tasty Brew

I purchased the kit on sale and decided to experiment with yeast. I used Mangrove Jack's Newcastle Dark Ale yeast. What I got was a deliciously rich, malty brew with a nice rye accent. Maybe non-traditional, but it's hard to argue with taste. You won't be disappointed with this kit.

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Bruce L.
One of my new favorite beers

Your products are great. The Dunkel Rye, Son is one of my new favorite beers. It combines everything I love into one beer. The fruity clove & banana esters, the rich, dark maltiness, and the sweetness of the wheat. Thanks AIH.

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