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Old 03-21-2013, 07:21 AM   #1
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Default Gluco-amylase and Alpha Amylase

Now that I have mastered Extract brewing. I want to try grain brewing or a combination of both. Anyway, part of my mash will by 5 lbs of "malted" buckwheat. I have the dreaded Celiac disease
so I need to brew Gluten Free. I thought that I only need Alpha Amylase. But after reading a post I saw one brewer stating that you need both the Gluco Amylase and Alpha Amylase. Do I need both
or just the Alpha Amylase?

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