brown ale v1

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  1. weldedsord

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    i would get rid of the rye. That small of an amount won’t have any impact. Edit- didn’t realize it was chocolate rye. Carry on.
     
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    I think you're pretty close and it would probably be fine as is.

    My thoughts, for arguments sake:
    I'm not a big Crystal lover so I would cut the C60 and either up the Chocolate Rye for desired color or add a little Brown Malt. Or maybe even go with some Dark Munich.
    My preference only. Everyone's mileage will definitely vary.

    Good luck. Keep us posted.
     
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    thanks I changed the light munich to dark munich I think I have my final recipe now thanks
     
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    That is plenty of caramel malt with aromatic malt, should be some complex flavors there. The rye may help to dry out the caramel too. Brew on!
     
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