I have done some research and can not dig up too many recipes for a German Roggenbier. Does anyone have a good recipe for one that they have successfully used before. I was thinking along the lines of: 55% Rye 20% Pilsen 15% Munich 10% White Wheat Plenty of rice hulls! OG: 1.051 Double decoction mash at 122, 147, and 156 then lauter and batch sparge at 168. Bitter to about 15 ibus. WLP300 fermented at about 70 degrees. As a note, I have never had a Roggenbier before but it is a style that intrigues me and I will be doing a 3 gallon batch for this one as a tester to see if I like what I can create. That said, I really do not know exactly what I am looking for, just a good (and different) beer as I have been only brewing some form of pale ales recently. All help is greatly appreciated.