Private Rye Brown Ale Recipe Kit

SKU: UB10060

Use your deductive powers to uncover a refreshing, easy drinking brown ale. You may observe a creamy biscuit, caramel, and toasty spice flavor, while an earthy cocoa and light hop character dominate the aroma.

As you delve deeper, a light spice from the rye malt lurking in the shadows may reveal itself to you. Deceptively light in body, covertly big on flavor, and it’s only available from Northern Brewer.

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Use your deductive powers to uncover a refreshing, easy drinking brown ale. You may observe a creamy biscuit, caramel, and toasty spice flavor, while an earthy cocoa and light hop character dominate the aroma. As you delve deeper, a light spice from the rye malt lurking in the shadows may reveal itself to you. Deceptively light in body, covertly big on flavor, and it’s only available from Northern Brewer.

Additional Information

Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Regional Style USA
Beer Style Brown Ale
Color Amber
Original Gravity 1056
Total Time to Make 4 weeks

Customer Reviews

Excellent Rye Review by Robert
Rating
Just bottled after 4 weeks in primary (longer than the recipe, but I wanted to bottle another brew at the same time), and came in at 4.99% ABV (OG: 1.054). It still has to carbonate and sit in the bottle for a while, but straight out of the primary it is fantastic. Can't wait to see what it's like after a little bottle conditioning. I actually didn't get that crazy of a fermentation, so I was initially a little concerned. Turns out I had no reason to be concerned.

If you're a fan of Sierra's Ruthless Rye, you've got to give this one a try. Thanks NB. (Posted on 10/28/14)
One of the best NB kits Review by Andrew
Rating
I've probably bought 10 or so kits from NB, and this is one of the best. Kegged it for a party last week and people couldn't believe it was home brew. Primary for 3 weeks, keg for 1 and force carbonated. Safale US-05. (Posted on 9/29/14)
Needs some time Review by LarryP
Rating
Quite good overall, but it takes 2+ months in the bottle to really develop all the subtle flavors. (Posted on 9/27/14)
Good stuff Review by marvin
Rating
This was my 1st 5 gal. batch. I had it in primary for 2 weeks and bottled it today. I used the Safale US-05 I kept it right around 65 degrees F. I had a bottle that would not cap (Woodchuck cider bottle) so I just drank it :) I LOVED it, I can't wait until it's "matured" a bit I'll update this review on or around 10/31/14 (Posted on 9/26/14)
Takes some time Review by Aaron
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I bottled this brown ale after 2 weeks in primary, and cracked the first bottle 2 weeks later. The taste was fairly non-existent, other than some roasted cocoa flavor. I started cracking one every week after that, and it wasn't until 5 weeks bottled that the flavor started to come through. So, give it time. It's a really delicious beer. (Posted on 5/9/14)
Will brew again! Review by DROSS
Rating
This was a great beer, and even though I served it a bit green it captured rave reviews at a NYE party. Early in the keg (about 10 days) it had a bit of a alcohol finish, but that went un-noticed to most. The rye gave it a slightly dry character which was exactly what I expected. The boil finished a bit above the advertised OG, and fermentation was stong. This one finished out at right around 5.5% abv for me. (Posted on 2/8/14)
Excellent Red Review by Affa
Rating
Crowd pleaser - mildly hopped nose with very subtle dry rye spice on the back with slight carmel and malt in between made for a really good beer. I served this beer over the holidays and everyone really enjoyed. Fermentation was borderline exposive, nearly took the top off my 6.5 gallon carboy within 24 hours, so use a blowoff tube out of the gate. SG was higher than expected - ended up at 4.9% ABV. Will keep this around at all times, highly recommended. (Posted on 1/7/14)
Excellent Flavor Review by Tom
Rating
Very easy to brew, great flavor. I used the Wyeast 1272. If you like brown ales, you must try this one! (Posted on 12/12/13)

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