You may observe a creamy biscuit, caramel, and toasty spice flavor, while an earthy cocoa and light hop character dominate the aroma.
As you delve deeper, a light spice from the rye malt lurking in the shadows may reveal itself to you. Deceptively light in body, covertly big on flavor!
|Total Time to Make||4 weeks|
|Beer Style||Brown Ale|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I just kegged this yesterday and tapped it today after 1 1/2 weeks in Primary and 2 1/2 weeks in secondary. I really like it. It has a great creamy head. Its very smooth and has a great mouthfeel.I usually wait a few days after I keg before tapping and drinking but I really wanted to try this. It is cloudy but for me that's normal as it usually takes a few days to settle down after I keg it to clear up. I have a recipe that I made up for 1/2 Rye malt and 1/2 Pilsner malt that I really like because sometimes Rye beers can be to much Rye but Private Rye Undercover Brown Ale Beer seems to be just right. I am going to really enjoy this one. Stay safe all and cheers during this Covid 19 time.
Very good beer. It's a pretty malty even for a brown, maybe even on the porter side. Very delicious.
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