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Old 02-18-2013, 12:47 PM   #61
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:37 PM   #62
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For the spices- Whole toasted or freshly ground?

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I would use fresh if you have it handy.

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I have used normal ground corianderin the past.

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I would use fresh if you have it handy.
Fresh Coriander is Cilantro...don't think that would be good.
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I meant fresh coriander. Fresh ground that is.... To me cilantro is something you find in salsa or Mexican dishes. Not beer. Lol

I suppose a light ale could be dry hoped with cilantro. Last night I had a watermelon lemonade that had cilantro as the garnish. Wasn't bad. Cilantro in a light beer for summer.... hum....got me thinking crazy now....

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Hi all,

I am attempting to do this one in the UK for my first attempt, but finding some big problems getting the ingredients over here which are specified in the recipe.

Here are the closest alternatives I can find :-

from http://www.the-home-brew-shop.co.uk/

0511667 Flaked Torrified Wheat 1kg
100263 Hop Pellets Saaz 100g
100403 Wyeast Activator™ 3944 Belgian White Beer Yeast
207488 Aurora Hops 100g (not pellets)
461037 Nugget Hops 100g (alternative for the Millenium hop pellets)
101900 Sweet Orange peel - crushed 50g
0811761 Flaked Rice 1kg
100178 Pilsner Malt 3kg Crushed / Milled, Weyermann®

Will these be OK to use instead? Total amateur, but very keen on learning & experimenting!

Adam

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First off worth noting rice hulls are not rice. It's the outer jacket of rice kernel. It's used to keep the grist from clumping.

I don't know about using torrified wheat, I don't know how similar it is to wheat itself. I will get back to you on this unless somebody who knows, replies.

The hop substitution. It's ok

The Orange peel is ok, I have used it and so have my friends wii have made this.

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Ah, that's good to know - thanks. So, it seems as though my substitutions are going to be reasonably good, apart from the rice hulls?

I will take another look and see if I can get those.. they might be called something different over here possibly.

I will post result when I start brewing. Going to start with a pilot batch on the stove, then move on to the large scale shed brewing set up once it's built!

Many thanks

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Ah, that's good to know - thanks. So, it seems as though my substitutions are going to be reasonably good, apart from the rice hulls?

I will take another look and see if I can get those.. they might be called something different over here possibly.

I will post result when I start brewing. Going to start with a pilot batch on the stove, then move on to the large scale shed brewing set up once it's built!

Many thanks

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The torrified wheat should work ok too.

Tell the homebrew shop why you need rice hulls.

Send them this.....

http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/b...ice-hulls.html
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