Maillard Malts® Rye Malt Extract Syrup

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Brewing with rye is possible for extract homebrewers! Maillard Malts® rye malt syrup has the spicy, earthy flavor of rye that makes classic Roggenbier, RyePAs, and more.

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Maillard Malts™ Rye Malt Extract Syrup

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Brewing with rye is possible for extract homebrewers! Rye malt syrup has the spicy, earthy flavor of rye that makes classic Roggenbier, RyePAs, and more. This proprietary blend of 70% 2-row, 20% malted rye, and 10% caramel 40 malt allows you to formulate your own one-of-a-kind rye beer! Our Rye Malt Syrup provides 1.035 ppg and is approximately 6 L.

Maillard Malts® Malt Syrups are some of the freshest malt extracts you can buy. Our high rate of turnover- we package and sell hundreds of gallons every day -means that the syrup you receive won't have been sitting on the shelf for months. Fresh malt extract makes better beer!

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Used twice, very pleased with results.
I've brewed 2 batches with this extract, and it's great. It's my go-to extract now, as I really enjoy Rye beers. Batch I'm currently plotting will have rye 4 ways -- this extract, flaked, crystal, and midnight!
October 11, 2012
good stuff
Just the right ammt of rye. It was a nice addition to my recipe book
December 24, 2013
Can't say anything negative
Used this in my first Rye IPA, and it came out great! Nicely balanced - the rye was there, but not overpowering. Got rave reviews from others as well.
October 4, 2013
Great Product- Satisfied Customer
I really liked the flavor it gave my sourdough bread, as well as the color. On its own, it is delicious- almost sweet like molasses.
February 26, 2016
Decidedly different
I tried a kit first and loved the rye, didn’t like the overpowering citrus hops in it. I suspected the spicy hint in the background could be brought out. Brewed this simple. Just 1oz Tettnang at 50 min. and 1oz US Saaz at 5min. with 6 lbs. rye malt and T-58 yeast. 2 weeks primary, 2 weeks secondary. Just tried one at 1 1/2 weeks in the bottle. It worked. It needs about another week, but the subtle spicy flavors came out nicely. If you are looking for something different, try a rye. A little caramel, a spicy background, and a whole realm of light spice from the yeast. I’m really going to like this. You can’t get this range of unique flavors from barley and 05.
March 30, 2016
Great Extract Malt!
Brewed a Rye Pale Ale with this extract and used Biscuit Malt and Honey Malt for steeping grains. Used Centennial hops. Great spicy flavor of the Rye comes through and does not overpower the beer. Awesome product!!! Will definately brew with this again.
May 17, 2012
Solid extract
Used this extract plus 2 lbs rahr 2-row on a hop-busted rye IPA. Turned out excellent. Can't wait to use this again for another rye-based ale. Great stuff.
August 27, 2013
Using for Rye bread
I bought this for adding to my recipe for Finnish flat rye bread as it was an ingredient in the store bought kind. This adds the perfect flavor and aroma to my rye bread! I have nothing to compare to as this is the first time I've purchased rye malt syrup, but this seems to be of good quality!
March 3, 2016
Nice extract option
Made a Red Rye ale with this, straight up. It came out a lot darker that 6L, well into the teens. Nice balance of rye and caramel for a simple LME.
August 8, 2012
Too Dark
Great flavor, but much darker than the 6 L that is advertized. Was looking for a much lighter color in the beer, but got the look of a Brown Ale.
August 5, 2013
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Is there a maximum amount that can be used per batch. My BeerSmith is saying
50%, is that correct?
David S on May 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sorry guys. Haven�?t used it at any strength other than as it comes, though I only use it without any other additions. The mix is good, I think. Any stronger might be a too much. The last couple of batches have seemed a bit skunky, though none of my other batches have been effected. I have been VERY careful to cover every carboy every time in some old, dark, flannel pillow cases since I made that mistake with what should have been a grand oatmeal stout.
I like the spicy character of rye. It�?s quite different. Don�?t like the citrusy American hops with it, they�?re too much and the wrong flavor. Sterling is ok but bland, as is the Kent Goldings. I�?m still looking for the ���spicy�? hop that will fit. If I figure it out, I�?ll share.
Mind you, I have drank every bottle I have made with it. OK, not special. Maybe I see something that is not there, maybe my favorite brew. That�?s part of the fun, right.
Do you have a Roggenbier extract kit? Or could possibly put one together!!
R A on Jan 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the inquiry. We do not offer a roggenbier recipe and could not really endorse and price out a kit right now. I'll pass along the inquiry to let the product development team know about the interest. If you want to follow a recipe, we could sell the parts a la carte. Here is a link the BYO details about the style. with recipes: https://byo.com/hops/item/1329-roggenbier-style-of-the-month

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Hi, what is the SRM for the syrup?
P T on Dec 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We list the product as 6 degrees Lovibond which is nearly identical to SRM.

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