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Sourdough Beer Rye - My Best Yet

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    Sourdough Beer Rye - My Best Yet

    I think this is my best yet on this recipe. Everything worked! I use my Lodge dutch oven turned upside down. I love the way it puts those perfect dimples in the bottom of the loaf. I used Clausthaler alcohol free beer because that is all I had that was room temperature. I'll know for sure if it is best when I cut into it. I'm very happy with the looks of it though. Internal temp measured right at 203 when I took it out.

    https://bojongourmet.com/beer-rye-sourdough/

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    Last edited by treesmacker; July 21, 2020, 10:48 PM.

    #2
    Man, that's perfection right there. Cool idea on the upside down Lodge! What's the hydration rate of that recipe?

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    • treesmacker
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      @ hoovarmin I'm calculating about 73%.

      Liquid: 4 oz in starter, 12 oz in beer, .75 oz in honey = 16.75 oz.
      Flour: 4 oz in starter, 5 oz rye, 12 oz bread, 2 oz more bread slowly add while mixing = 23 oz.
      16.75/23 = .73

    • hoovarmin
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      Really impressive that you were able to score it successfully with 73% hydration. Really nice job.

    #3
    That does look great.

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      #4
      Beautiful!

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        #5
        Outstanding! And even got the design perfect! Can’t wait to see what the crumb looks like!

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          #6
          Looking wonderful treesmacker ! Great idea to use your CI Cover that way. I have that same CI Dutch Oven & Cover. Now I need to do that.

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            barelfly
            So here's pics of the crumb...nice I think for sandwich rye, or toast...

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            Last edited by treesmacker; July 22, 2020, 03:17 PM.

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            • barelfly
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              Money!

            #8
            Wow that looks good!

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