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Old 02-28-2011, 03:55 AM   #1
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Default Gluten free extract kit

I am a new brewer , just two brews under my belt. I was wondering if anyone knows of a extract kit that could brew that is glutten free. My sister was recently diagnosed with celiac, her birthday is coming and i was hopping to brew her a nice glutten free beer as a suprise. Any help would be great , thanks.

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Old 02-28-2011, 04:31 AM   #2
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I was only able to find one or two such kits online. Since it's still a relatively new area, there aren't a lot of kits out yet. Even then, any kits at the moment are pretty easy to put together. Do you happen to know what type of beer you're looking to create?
Some of the earlier threads are about using different ingredients. Three of which are pretty easy at this point to come by:
Sorghum syrup
Brown Rice syrup
Invert sugar
oh yeah, molasses and honey.

Be aware that all of us here are still working on what we call a sorghum twang, which isn't pleasing to some people which is why we use more than just sorghum sometimes. (I do like the way a simple english ale of sorghum, Safale-s04 and Kent Golding hops came out though).
Are you looking for a heavier type of ale, or a lighter one?

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Old 02-28-2011, 05:22 AM   #3
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I will be drinkin it but it is mostly for her so i would say a decent lighter ale is what i am looking for not to hopy .

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Old 02-28-2011, 05:32 AM   #4
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http://www.homebrewers.com/product/A...-Beer-Kit.html
http://www.homebrewers.com/product/A...-Beer-Kit.html
here are the two i know of i dont know how they taste never made either just ended up making my own reciepe. Good luck to ya
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Old 02-28-2011, 01:46 PM   #5
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Find an extract kit online that you like the sound of, and just substitute the malt extract for sorghum extract, or a mix of sorghum extract and rice syrup.

Post up the original ingredients of the kit, and we can help you out.

Also, I'd recommend using dry yeast.

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Old 02-28-2011, 05:37 PM   #6
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I think your best bet is to use one of the sorghum/brown rice recipes that we've been coming up with in the forum rather than the kit. Something simple like
4 pounds brs
3 pounds sorghum
2 ounces of some light hops for 60
1 ounce for aroma (10 minutes or so)
some irish moss?
so4 or so5 yeast?

Actually, I think there was a gluten free blonde ale somewhere. Check Dkeshner's site, or Lcasanova, I know they have some of their recipes on their name links. I'm not doing too well with my taste reports on mine. I'm trying to figure out which bottles are which (sure I've sharpied the caps, but I don't know which number corresponds to which recipe right now thank goodness I don't have more than 10 so far.)

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Old 02-28-2011, 06:02 PM   #7
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I think your best bet is to use one of the sorghum/brown rice recipes that we've been coming up with in the forum rather than the kit. Something simple like
4 pounds brs
3 pounds sorghum
2 ounces of some light hops for 60
1 ounce for aroma (10 minutes or so)
some irish moss?
so4 or so5 yeast?

Actually, I think there was a gluten free blonde ale somewhere. Check Dkeshner's site, or Lcasanova, I know they have some of their recipes on their name links. I'm not doing too well with my taste reports on mine. I'm trying to figure out which bottles are which (sure I've sharpied the caps, but I don't know which number corresponds to which recipe right now thank goodness I don't have more than 10 so far.)
+1 to the above recipe, except less bittering hops and move the aroma to flameout.

Here is the blonde ale that Kevin was referring to. It turned out very light in flavor and VERY easy to drink.
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+1 to the above recipe, except less bittering hops and move the aroma to flameout.

Here is the blonde ale that Kevin was referring to. It turned out very light in flavor and VERY easy to drink.
Info isn't coming up on that recipe for me. Is it working for others?
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Info isn't coming up on that recipe for me. Is it working for others?
Not sure what happened there...all good now.
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Info isn't coming up on that recipe for me. Is it working for others?
It isn't working for me either, but I found it in his list of of gluten free beers in the menu on the left.
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