What is Rye Alcohol?Rye alcohol 96% is the standard premium alcohol produced by fermenting and distilling naturally grown rye. This raw material alcohol has a characteristic smell, taste, clear colour and almost none impurities.
Why use Rye Alcohol as part of your distillation process?Thanks to it being thoroughly distilled, this grain alcohol has a neutral smell, taste, clear colour and a very low amount of impurities; this purity and plainness are GNS’s strength. Lacking its own taste, rye alcohol allows distillers to increase the yield of their product up to three-fold, all without altering the original character. Rye alcohol is therefore often a go-to choice that offers extensive possibilities.
How is Rye Alcohol usedRye alcohol 96% is frequently used as a raw material alcohol in the production of Gin, London Dry Gin and Sloe Gin. The advantage, of using rye alcohol as the base, is that it does not interfere with flavours and allows the tastes of the botanicals to stay intact. Feeling a little less neutral about the many potential uses of rye alcohol? Please click on the products below to see their specifications and discover which grain is right for you.
Rye alcohol is a neutral grain spirit with a very low amount of impurities which means that it does not have its own taste and does not interfere with the flavors of other ingredients. As a result, it can be used as a base alcohol in the production of various spirits such as gin and sloe gin without altering their original character. This allows distillers to increase the yield of their product up to three-fold by blending the rye alcohol with other ingredients without compromising the taste.
Rye alcohol is a popular choice for distillers because it is a neutral alcohol with no distinct flavor or aroma of its own. This allows it to blend seamlessly with other ingredients making it an ideal choice for producing a wide range of alcoholic beverages such as gin, London dry gin and sloe gin. Additionally, rye alcohol is thoroughly distilled to have a very low amount of impurities making it a pure and clean base for other ingredients. It also allows the tastes of botanicals to stay intact which is important in the production of gin. Finally, using rye alcohol as a base allows distillers to increase their product's yield up to three-fold without altering its original character.