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Old 06-22-2010, 12:24 PM   #1
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My wife and I made a rice dish over the weekend using jasmine rice...my god that stuff has an amazing flavor. Kind of nutty, buttery, floral maybe.

Has anyone ever brewed with it? I would love to get some of that flavor in a beverage but don't know if it's just too subtle and delicate to withstand the brewing process.

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Old 06-23-2010, 02:37 AM   #2
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I haven't brewed with it, but had a jasmine beer at the Booneville fest about 8-9 years ago. The brewer said he 'dry hopped' with the jasmine. The base beer was a lightly-hopped Pale.

There were a couple of women that would have sprawled under the tap to catch the drips, if they had been allowed to.

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Never brewed with it either but agree on the great flavor. It's my favorite.

David was it a Jasmine rice beer or a Jasmine (flower) beer? I have a plant in my back yard and love the smell of the flowers. Never really consdidered it for beer though.

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Jasmine tea would be a nice addition to a PA.

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