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Flaked Rye

Flaked Rye

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Pregelatinized Rye Flakes contribute a clean, distinctive rye flavor.  Use up to 40% as a cereal adjunct in the total grist to create a rye beer.  It's recommended to start at 5-10% and increase in 5% increments because of the concentrated flavor of Rye Flakes

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It's rye, and it's flaked! I am going to roll around in it!
Matt T on Jul 29, 2020
part of my golden ale clone
Michael B on Jul 1, 2020
It's rye, and it's flaked! I am going to roll around in it!
Matt T on Jul 29, 2020
Newbie
Lanier S on Jul 28, 2020
part of my golden ale clone
Michael B on Jul 1, 2020
Saison
Benjamin S on Jun 17, 2020
for a rye beer
Galen O on Jun 12, 2020
I'm a rye guy.
Blake on Jun 1, 2020
like
william h on May 30, 2020
Making beer
Myles F on May 20, 2020
all grain brewing
Kevin S on May 18, 2020
To make dat rye
Kathryn R B on Apr 22, 2020
crisp spicy taste
Jeff m on Apr 11, 2020
for sourdough starter. Had difficulty finding rye flour.
Shirley M on Apr 7, 2020
i love rye in my beer. i was just short of a few ounces.
Sean T on Mar 5, 2020
Need it
Kirk M on Feb 29, 2020
First time user
1431 Pine S on Jan 23, 2020
What I want
Brett C on Dec 1, 2019
planning a rye ale
Ben B on Oct 23, 2019
Interested in using, not available at LHBS
Richard H. Y on Oct 18, 2019
Recipe per acquaintance
Michael M on Jul 20, 2019
Recipe
Thomas M on Apr 25, 2019
i need it
christopher c on Apr 23, 2019
to add to my APA kit
Darrell D on Mar 13, 2019
That litle somthing extra in the background for a lager.
Curtis Pastor on Mar 5, 2019
maintain inventory
WILLIAM POLSKOY on Dec 14, 2018
Making a historical beer
Robert F G on Oct 29, 2018
Looking to add rye to my dry stout
Ian K on Oct 17, 2018
cooking
Ron M on Sep 5, 2018
adds good mouthfeel, very sticky
brian h on Jul 20, 2018
Rye IPA
Tom l on Jul 17, 2018
Recipe
Miguel Ugarte on Jul 3, 2018
Rye ipa is next and this has a good description of what I'm looking for
Adam Peppas on Jun 28, 2018
for a beer
ZACHARY L on Jun 8, 2018
free shipping but ended up not being free
Valued C on Jun 6, 2018
like the taste of rye
Jeff Foster on May 15, 2018
because they are better than wheaties
John K on May 1, 2018
rye porter
Jeff T on Feb 13, 2018
Newbie
Lanier S on Jul 28, 2020
Saison
Benjamin S on Jun 17, 2020
Which rye for a bourbon?. Flaked or your malted whole grain. We have used flaked and it's real sticky and hard to separate at the end of fermetation
Mill Creek landscaping on Jan 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: For bourbon you will typically use the malted rye because that has all the amylase enzyme that you need and will not be as sticky. You can always use a bit of both too. Rice hulls help break up the sticky oatmeal mess if you want to use flaked and a powdered enzyme. If you want to make a 100% rye whiskey, a good example is the High West OMG rye which is 80% flaked and 20% malted. Many distillers will ferment inside their boiler so there is no need to separate the beer from grain after fermentation.
Analysis or Data Sheet avail for this product..?
William D. Bell on Jan 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The data sheet is available on Briess' website, brewingwithbriess.com. You'll find the Flaked Rye under the Flakes & Adjuncts section.
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FLAKED RYE
Best GRAINS ever bought from More beer
December 9, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great flavor
Beer is still fermenting but it gave the preboil wort a great spicy rye profile. Only 3 lbs of rye + about 13 of Pilsner
August 27, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago