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Ry-PA

From the BrewBlog of The Weiss Guys
Centennial, Colorado USA

Printed July 2, 2020
Specifics
Style: American Wheat or Rye Beer
Contributor: Nicholas Trandem
Yield: 5 gallons
Color (SRM/EBC): 6.3/12.4
Bitterness: 90.2 IBU (Tinseth)
OG: 1.043
General Information
Method: Extract
Recipe
Extracts
7.00 pounds LME - Light 73.7% of grist
7.00 pounds Total Extract Weight 73.7% of grist
Grains
2.50 pounds German Rye Malt 26.3% of grist
2.50 pounds Total Grain Weight 26.3% of grist
Hops
3.00 ounces Centennial 4% Leaf @ 60 minutes
Type: Bittering
Use: Boil
12 AAUs
3.00 ounces Centennial 4% Leaf @ 30 minutes
Type: Bittering
Use: Boil
12 AAUs
3.00 ounces Centennial 4% Leaf @ 10 minutes
Type: Bittering
Use: Boil
12 AAUs
3.00 ounces Centennial 4% Leaf @ 0 minutes
Type: Aroma
Use: Aroma
12 AAUs
12.00 ounces Total Hop Weight 48 AAUs
Boil
Total Boil Time: 60 minutes
Yeast
Name: London Ale
Manufacturer: Wyeast
Product ID: 1028
Type: Ale
Flocculation: Medium
Attenuation: 75%
Temperature Range: 60–72°F
Amount: 125 ml
Mash Profile

Single Decoction

Grain Temperature: 72°F Tun Temperature: 72°F
Sparge Temperature: 168°F PH: 5.4
Notes:

Draw a part of the mash, let it rest for at least 10 minutes, and boil.

Steps

# Name Type Time Temp. Description
1 Protein Rest Infusion 35 min. 122°F

Add water at 126 F

2 Saccharification Decoction 45 min. 155°F

Decoct 44% of mash, rest for at least 10 minutes, and boil

3 Mash Out Infusion 10 min. 168°F

Heat to 168° F / 75° C for at least 10 minutes

BJCP Style Info
Style: American Wheat or Rye Beer
O.G.: 1.040 - 1.055
F.G.: 1.008 - 1.013
ABV: 4.0 - 5.5%
Bitterness: 15 - 30 IBUs
Color: 3 - 6 SRM
Info:
Refreshing wheat or rye beers that can display more hop character and less yeast character than their German cousins.

Commercial Examples: Bell’s Oberon, Harpoon UFO Hefeweizen, Three Floyds Gumballhead, Pyramid Hefe-Weizen, Widmer Hefeweizen, Sierra Nevada Unfiltered Wheat Beer, Anchor Summer Beer, Redhook Sunrye, Real Ale Full Moon Pale Rye.

Brew Day Data
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O.G.: ______ ______
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