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Old 09-11-2011, 08:44 PM   #91
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Dkersher, very nice list. Working on my first gf beer for a friend and this is very helpful.

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Old 09-27-2011, 08:47 PM   #92
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Has anyone looked into Clarity Ferm by by White Labs? It's a clarifying agent that has the side effect of reducing gluten in beers. Papazian had a batch of his homebrew tested for gluten after using it and it came back as less than 5 parts per million.

I've been using it in my beers lately- just brewing whatever I want and adding Clarity Ferm. Don't have the money to get it tested, and since brewing with it all my gluten free friends have disappeared so I can't try it out on them, but this is a credible option.

For even better results, brew an all grain batch and use a wort chiller, which will reduce the proteins in the beer even more. Then some Clarity Ferm and voila! Should have some low gluten if not gluten free beer.

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Old 10-01-2011, 06:41 PM   #93
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^don't know anything about it, but it is a interesting idea.

edit: send me some and I will have my wife try it out for you! lol

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Old 10-03-2011, 03:52 PM   #94
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Quick question: Is Cooper's Dry Ale Yeast Gluten Free? Have some I need to use up and I promised a friend that I would take a shot at a Gluten Free beer. (Looking at a Sorghum/Rice/Roasted Buckwheat (Steeped) with a Hallertau/Tetnager hop profile.)

Also have some Danstar Windsor yeast that I need to use which is gluten free.

Also, Maltodextrin is generally regarded as Gluten Free. I am buying some from Morebeer.com. Anyone know if maltodextrin from here is gluten free?

Sorry for double posting. Posted this in a thread below by accident when I meant it to be here.

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Old 10-03-2011, 05:18 PM   #95
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Quick question: Is Cooper's Dry Ale Yeast Gluten Free? Have some I need to use up and I promised a friend that I would take a shot at a Gluten Free beer. (Looking at a Sorghum/Rice/Roasted Buckwheat (Steeped) with a Hallertau/Tetnager hop profile.)

Also have some Danstar Windsor yeast that I need to use which is gluten free.

Also, Maltodextrin is generally regarded as Gluten Free. I am buying some from Morebeer.com. Anyone know if maltodextrin from here is gluten free?

Sorry for double posting. Posted this in a thread below by accident when I meant it to be here.
Unsure about Coopers, I have never really used it. You may send an email to the company.

Chances are very high that Morebeer has GF malto, but you can always ask them.
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Old 10-04-2011, 04:57 PM   #96
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I believe that coopers is GF, but I never confirmed with the company. I am extremely sensitive to gluten and I use it in some of my beers and it never made me sick so i would guess probably okay.

This is a great thread DK, nice work.

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Old 10-04-2011, 06:35 PM   #97
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I believe that coopers is GF, but I never confirmed with the company. I am extremely sensitive to gluten and I use it in some of my beers and it never made me sick so i would guess probably okay.

This is a great thread DK, nice work.
Thanks for the Coopers info. I did email the company for confirmation, but have not yet received a reply. I have Danstar Windsor and Nottingham on hand as well just in case.

MoreBeer is checking with their maltodextrin supplier as well, but I am pretty sure it is ok.
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Old 10-07-2011, 01:12 AM   #98
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OK.. I got replies from both Morebeer and Coopers Brewery:

MoreBeer's Maltodextrin is isolated from Corn, so it should be gluten free. (I guess there is always the possibility that it is made on the same line as wheat products, but generally it seems that GF brewers use maltodextrin without issues)

Coopers Dry Ale Yeast is also gluten free according to their customer support.

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Old 10-08-2011, 03:10 AM   #99
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thanks much for the info, always nice to have it confirmed.

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Old 11-16-2011, 02:38 AM   #100
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I just brewed a GF beer using a special millet from thehomebrewconnection.com rather than sorghum and it turned out tasting like real beer for a change. Has anyone else tried it and gotten the same result?

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