Briess Rye Malt Extract Syrup
Brewing with rye is possible for extract homebrewers! Northern Brewer's Briess rye malt syrup has the spicy, earthy flavor of rye that makes classic Roggenbier, RyePAs, and more.
This 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.
Northern Brewer's Briess 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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20093, 20096, 20096SP
|Malt Color||Light (0-15° L)|
This Rye Malt Extract is perfect for rye bread addition, it beats the barley malt syrup that I've used before. Used it to add to bread kvass also when I am low on rye bread toast. This can be added straight to the rye bread dough before final rise. It will also last for a while. Great product, highly recommend. Smells and tastes wonderful!
I am using this syrup for enhancing the flavor of my rye breads, and also in any baked goods requiring barley malt syrup - I use Rye Malt extract instead. I would buy it again.
Added to Roggenbier to get full body taste.
Thermohydrometer and AirLock came cracked, sent email to get replacement.
Love the subtle rye flavor this added to my Red Ale and plan on adding it to my Irish Stout. Only wish I had realized I needed to add another yeast packet whenever I up the gravity. Loved it coming out of the brew and the bucket. Then the rye flavor disappeared in the sweetness after 3 weeks in the bottle. Taking awhile to carbonate and age nicely in the bottle because it didn’t get enough yeast and I didn’t think to add another packet in the secondary before bottling. Hoping with a few more weeks at room temp, whatever yeast is still active will carbonate the beer and the rye will reemerge as the finishing flavor.
This malt makes amber lager. Its composition is mainly barley but the rye gives it a nice bread-like flavor. I like to hop it heavily with tettnang which adds lots of flavor without too much bitterness. High quality product, easy to work with and consistent