Tag Archives: Rye Malt

Welcome 2019 with malt- and beer-infused sliders

Want a delicious lunch, late night bite or fantastic New Year’s Eve appetizer?  Try these malt- and beer-infused sliders. They’re delicious, satisfying and fit the bill for all types of occasions.

Using several malt extracts as well as Briess Rye Malt (milled into a fine flour), I … [More]

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A visit with Central Standard Craft Distillery

A Napkin Dream to Reality
Evan Hughes worked for beer. Yes, he is one of the lucky ones who got to say he worked in the craft beer industry. But as the years passed and his desire to try new beers was shifting.

Eventually, Evan… [More]

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High & Dry Rye Saison

If there’s a new summer style everyone loves, it seems to be Saison. Check out this bigger, bolder version, with the spiciness of rye, Sorachi Ace hops and a bright, phenolic, fruity farmhouse yeast.

Type: Ale

Style: Other Ale

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A collaboration of beers to boast about at CBC

There are four “beery” good reasons to visit the Briess booth on the trade show floor at the upcoming Craft Brewers Conference: The Rye of the Tiger, a Rye Porter,  ImpeRYEal Red and a collaboration beer.   And, oh yeah, don’t forget the famous Briess malted milk balls, which will be displayed … [More]

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Beer Style: Rye-Accented Maibock

Hats off to the Philly brewers who developed this year’s CBC Symposium Beer. I like the concept of “Brotherly Suds” Ryebock Lager in part because it points to the versatility of rye in beer. And I look forward to tasting it soon!

Rye, either malted or flaked, can be used in a wide style … [More]

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