Rye Malt

Tasting Notes

  • Earthy
  • Spicy after-taste
Rye Malt
Beer Styles

Rye IPAs, rye pale ales, red ale, Roggenbier

Usage

Up to 15%*

In brewing, when mixed with barley malt, Rye Malt can improve head retention, improve mouthfeel and introduce flavour changes of a toffee/caramel note at lower inclusion rates and a spicy after-palate at higher inclusion rates.

Most notably, Rye Malt will also impart a reddish hue to beers.

*Rye Malt is higher in beta-glucans which can cause issues at higher rates. Recommend rice hulls.

Typical Analysis

ParameterIoBEBCASBC
Moisture6.0% max6.0% max6.0% max
Extract328 L°/kg86.5%86.5%
Colour12.0-32.0 EBC13-35 EBC5.4-13.7 °L
TN/TP1.60%10.0%10.0%
SNR/KI/ST Ratio37-4642-5242-52
DP/DPWK/LINTNER45 min IoB180 min WK62 min °L
Moisture
IoB
6.0% max
EBC
6.0% max
ASBC
6.0% max
Extract
IoB
328 L°/kg
EBC
86.5%
ASBC
86.5%
Colour
IoB
12.0-32.0 EBC
EBC
13-35 EBC
ASBC
5.4-13.7 °L
TN/TP
IoB
1.60%
EBC
10.0%
ASBC
10.0%
SNR/KI/ST Ratio
IoB
37-46
EBC
42-52
ASBC
42-52
DP/DPWK/LINTNER
IoB
45 min IoB
EBC
180 min WK
ASBC
62 min °L

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