So in the pursuit of experimenting as much as possible I recently brewed an all oat malt ale. Before that one has even had a chance to finish up I am about to start my next experimental batch. A SMaSH beer with 100% Weyermann Rye Malt, Galaxy hops and WLP008. The purpose of these small batch experiments is to really see how ingredients play a role in my brews. I have never used rye but I have had some delicious beers containing it. After reading around the internet 100% is difficult, but possible to do. Here is my procedure for a 1 Gallon Batch.
2lbs of Weyermann Rye Malt aiming for a OG of 1.040
Two Step mash: Beta-Glucanase Rest for 30 minutes, raised to 148F for 40 minutes.
30 IBU's of Galaxy hops added at 60 minutes, Galaxy hops added at 10 minutes and whirlpool.
WLP008 East Coast Ale yeast pitched at 66F and held there until end of fermentation.
I will probably post a more detailed description of the process once I brew it but it will probably be a week or two.