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Old 04-18-2013, 09:47 PM   #11
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Kind of a thread hijack buuuut....

I used red siberian millet. Probably very similar. I recommend replacing 1# of quinoa, in my recipe, with 1# of white millet. Try to make some crystal malt to replace the lactose. It isn't hard, just long. Mash a little higher than a normal beer of this style. Cant help with efficiency. It just is what it is. Ferment like normal, wait at least two weeks, bottle or keg, and enjoy.

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