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Roggenbier All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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Product details

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

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Roggenbier All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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R.C.
Interesting Beer

Never made a beer with over 40% rye before. Nice spicy flavor. The Safbrew 06 yeast added a nice clove flavor with the spiciness. Munich and darker malts made a nice balance. I am very pleased.

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I.D.
Tasty stuff

I made this beer and it came out just perfectly. Love the malt taste without overpowering the sweetness.
Need to brew soon again as its getting low,

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C.H.
Roggenbier

Brewed the beer and have it secondary fermenter now and will bottle soon. Did a tasting with the amount I took to check gravity and beer was very good, flavor,color was excellent. Can’t wait for finished product after bottling.

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T.W.
Great flavor combination with the Belgian yeast option

Flavor came out great. I mashed at 154 with s dingle decoction to get to mash out omega Belgian yeast option. Only one word of caution: if you're buying this for the rye flavor, go with the traditional yeast option. The Omega W is a great performer. But the strong, estery Belgian flavor definitely overpowers the rye. The combination is great but if you're going for just rye, I wouldn't use it. Also, I seemed to have an issue with head retention. Probably something I did. Not sure if such s huge % of rye can affect that.

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