Rye Beer

Rye Beer

749 beers | 3.608 Avg Score

As their name suggests, rye beers are brewed with at least 20% rye malt and varying degrees of bitterness, although moderate to high hopping levels tend to draw out the unique tart rye flavors in an American rye ale. Their appearance can range from straw and amber to darker amber and brown colors when roasted malts are used. While rye is the most assertive malt that can be used in brewing, rye ales can still be comparable to an American wheat beer. A specific German substyle of rye beers is the roggenbier, which originated in Regensburg, Bavaria. The roggenbier is normally brewed with less hops, is unfiltered, and utilizes yeasts that produce phenolic (clove-like) and fruity ester (bananas and citrus) character (much like a hefeweizen or dunkelweizen).

Beer | Location Reviews Score
Fireforge Reedy River
SC, United States
0
0.000
Urban Village Rye Bread
PA, United States
0
0.000
Lacada Aird
Ireland
0
0.000
Phantom Carriage Faustian Bargain
CA, United States
0
0.000
Bissell Brothers Lux
ME, United States
0
0.000
Great Lakes Brewery The Conjuring
Canada
0
0.000
Bobcaygeon Stargazer Black Rye IPA
Canada
0
0.000
Tidehouse Brewing Hungry Ryes
Canada
0
0.000
The Bakery Dark Rye Sour Saison
Canada
0
0.000