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  • Bavarian/Belgian Wheat, Belgian Dubbel, Dry Stout, Blonde, GF Belgian Specialty Ale
  • Honey Lager
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  • GF Brown Ale, Milk Stout, Pepper Pale Ale
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  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 11-02-2012 at 02:49 PM
    I believe so - for malted quinoa that's been properly dried (not too hot!). I keep enzymes on
    hand though, so if the mash is taking too long I add enzymes late in the mash (I've done that
    with non-GF ...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 11-01-2012 at 05:05 PM
    Safa - thanks for asking...The results were terrible. I ended up pouring the batch down the
    drain. What's worse is I have no idea why. The taste was very plastic like, what I've read
    chlorophenols are...

  • Posted in thread: extract potential on GF grains? on 06-04-2012 at 02:24 PM
    This is based on my experience and estimates only, I haven't seen it in print anywhere...When I
    malted quinoa and stopped the sprouting right after I had rootlets on the majority of the
    grains, I got ...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 05-30-2012 at 06:19 AM
    Finished brewing this batch yesterday. I didnít quite get full conversion, but pretty dang
    close Ė just a shadow of color change around the iodine drop when I did the starch test. Kind
    of like when in...

  • Posted in thread: Brewing Up a Science Experiment on 05-26-2012 at 03:36 PM
    Its too bad with the tests we can't differentiate between starches. Out of everything I've
    tried mashing so far, sweet potato starch has the highest gel temps (172F - 176F). I think you
    may get full c...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 05-26-2012 at 03:02 PM
    Oh yeah, I saw that thread yesterday morning, wanted to reply but didn't have time. I'm heading
    back now to do so...Maybe for part of this recipe I should mash 1/4# of the quinoa by itself,
    see if it ...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 05-25-2012 at 02:54 PM
    Oh, no, that's an unwelcome surprise... Have you gotten full conversion adding the enzyme
    formula?

  • Posted in thread: GF Cocoa-Brown Ale on 05-25-2012 at 04:18 AM
    I apologize I never followed through with this thread - I was fairly disappointed in this
    beer...It doesn't taste much like a brown - the chocolate faded and the sorghum took over. I'd
    say in the futu...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part II on 05-25-2012 at 04:08 AM
    Part II of my summer wit post. This is the re-worked recipe from part one, which I will attempt
    to brew very soon.Iím excited about this one because I attempted to malt 2.5# of grain (quinoa,
    amaranth...

  • Posted in thread: Summer Wit-type ale, Part I on 05-25-2012 at 02:12 AM
    This is a wit style beer I made my wife last summer (before I ever heard of this forum). It
    turned out nice, and she absolutely loved it. Itís very low on bitterness (true to style), but
    higher gravit...

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