I got the gluten free honey ale kit (sorghum and honey) from homebrewers.com and the instructions say not to rehydrate my yeast but to put it in the fermenter dry and aggitate for 5 minutes. The yeast packet says to rehydrate.
My question is, should I rehydrate or not?
Also, has anyone made a gluten free ale before? How did it turn out? Any advice specific for this type of ale?
I have a good friend with celiac disease and really misses drinking beer. I'd really like this to come out well for her.
Thanks. I'm at the office and don't remember what dry yeast