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Extract#007 – Rye Stout

Posted on: July 3, 2009

I was itching to do an All Grain but I’m not really going to have time this weekend, so here’s a quicky Extract to test out some of my new ingredients 🙂
The smells coming from the Pan are rather nice, lovely roasty aroma, and the Liberty hops smell really nice, fresh and zesty. This brew is also serving as a bit of a user-upper so I can move on to more full mash recipes 🙂

Rye Stout with Liberty Hops

Fermentables:
Hopped DME Light – 500 g
Dried Malt Extract Pale – 450 g
Dextrose Monohydrate – 200 g
Caramalt – 150 g
Roasted Barley – 150 g
German Roasted Rye Malt – 100 g
Crystal Rye Malt – 80 g

Hops:
Liberty 25g @ 60 mins (FWH)
Liberty 25g @ 15 mins

Final Volume: 12 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.041
Final Gravity: 1.013
Alcohol Content: 3.6% ABV
Bitterness: 38 EBU (will be higher due to the bag of hopped DME)
Colour: 160 EBC

No pictures as its hot and this is meant to be a quicky brew! I’ll probably leave it to cool naturally overnight.

**Bottled 16/07/09, tasted pretty good**

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1 Response to "Extract#007 – Rye Stout"

[…] Comment! I’m doing a stout that I did as an extract recipe, it got lots of praise from mates at the time so now its time for the all grain   The original Extract brew is here […]

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