DetailsThe Ryerish are a little-known group of merrymakers from Gaelic legend. A proud people, they are the ancestors of all modern redheads. As the story goes, they were given the gift of red hair to lend fiery expression to their natural predilection for storytelling and flamboyant expression. They were also known for their similarly expressive ales - some would say they were the original craft brewers, throwing caution to the wind and trying anything at least once. We’ve unearthed one of their most successful and popular recipes, and present it to you so that you may share in the pure enjoyment of their well-balanced craft.
The Redheaded Ryerish Ale balances spicy rye, toasty bread, and fruity caramel malts against a floral, pungent, powerful hop bill. It’s a bit beyond a session ale, but stays smooth and drinkable all the way through each hop-dimmed flagon. Expressive, yet cleanish American ale yeast rounds the soft malt and boosts the stone fruit character in the hops. Remember, the luck of the Ryerish rings through every moreish pint!
Recipe Kit Includes:
1 oz Nugget (60 min)
2 oz Palisade (15 min)
2 oz Centennial (15 min)
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4.6 / 5.016 ReviewsRyerish Red AleEasy brew. I bottled up last weekend and hope to have a sample taste on Easter.March 22, 2016Best beer ever!I've never tried rye beers before, big mistake. This beer has complex flavors. Right amount of hops and grains. I used the dry yeast for my first batch and wyeast for my second batch. Wyeast was better! I'm a member of a brew club and everyone loved it and wanted to order they're own. Must try!!!January 6, 2016Great rye red aleI bought this with the "buy this kit get one free" sale. I was skeptical, but it turned out great. It is like a super charged Irish red. I would buy this in a store or on tap somewhere commercially. Great malty taste with a bitter finish. Very happy how this turned out_x000D_2 weeks primary _x000D_6 weeks secondary then kegged_x000D_April 2, 2014Brew dayLooks and smelt amazing when brewing. It's still in Fermentation.March 23, 2016red ryeI like rye beers, although they aren't too popular. I made this and it turned out great. Very bold body and mouth feel.September 12, 2013redheaded ryeA nice rye beer. Has a nice light "spice" flavor from the rye. Hops give a nice bittering and fruity flavor.September 26, 2013Redheaded Ryereish AleAwesome beer!_x000D__x000D_Improvement of my partial mash process of the grains gave it a nice, full body. Used Danstar American West Coast Ale Yeast. Two weeks in glass fermenter at 68?�_F, racked to another glass carboy for six weeks in cool basement. Couldn't wait and tried one after 2.5 weeks in bottle. AWESOME! I'm sure another couple of weeks and I'll be doing back flips!December 30, 2013Pretty hoppyI like this beer and was attracted to it because of all the hops. It's got that nice Rye, and the Denny Favorite yeast makes a nice tasting beer. I let it ferment for a month, then kegged it. It's a popular choice and wont last too much longer. I'm going to get another kit on my next order.January 22, 2014Tasty red aleIt has a spiciness that I hadn't encountered in a Red ale before. I like it! It's a tasty beer that several family members and friends like.February 21, 2014
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