Roggenbier All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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A version of dunkelweizen (German dark wheat beer) that brewed with a large percentage of rye instead of wheat, Roggenbier is an old Bavarian specialty. Our kit exhibits a rich reddish-brown color and the pungent spiciness of rye malt with bready, malty overtones. Excellent with cold cuts and rye bread or crackers (of course!).

Additional information

SKU 1774
Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity

1052

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style German/Czech/Continental
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style German Ales
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
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J.S.

I had a stuck mash. I needed more rice hulls.

J
J.
Great kit

Love experimenting with rye and this is a good place to start. I’ve kegged and sampled and because basically a wheat beer gotta get a little more carb to it. Pouring a little flat but will see with bumping the volume up. Only four stars out until final product is done

B
B.F.
Hmmmm -- not sure -- never brewed it before and have not bottled it yet

I have not bottled the Roggenbier yet -- I have tasted it and it seems to have a final taste on the tongue that is almost like smokey or burnt -- I wish there was another person to asked about this -- It seems there are many variations of Roggenbier profiles

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a.J.J.
New to me, glad I tried

I am a fan of Hefeweizen so I had to try this beer.
I had no problems with stuck sparges.
I fermented at 62F with WB-06 and had nice clove flavor plus banana.
The banana flavor faded rapidly though.
I will brew this beer again as part of my regular rotation.

B
B.T.

Really fun to brew and very happy with the result.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
73%
(11)
27%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.S.

I had a stuck mash. I needed more rice hulls.

J
J.
Great kit

Love experimenting with rye and this is a good place to start. I’ve kegged and sampled and because basically a wheat beer gotta get a little more carb to it. Pouring a little flat but will see with bumping the volume up. Only four stars out until final product is done

B
B.F.
Hmmmm -- not sure -- never brewed it before and have not bottled it yet

I have not bottled the Roggenbier yet -- I have tasted it and it seems to have a final taste on the tongue that is almost like smokey or burnt -- I wish there was another person to asked about this -- It seems there are many variations of Roggenbier profiles

a
a.J.J.
New to me, glad I tried

I am a fan of Hefeweizen so I had to try this beer.
I had no problems with stuck sparges.
I fermented at 62F with WB-06 and had nice clove flavor plus banana.
The banana flavor faded rapidly though.
I will brew this beer again as part of my regular rotation.

B
B.T.

Really fun to brew and very happy with the result.