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Old 02-28-2011, 08:19 PM   #11
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Question I have is:

Is the Blonde Ale or the No Pils Pils a closer profile to Labatt's Blue?

My wife loved LB and since she has Celiac she can no longer drink it and not a fan of beer except LB. Was hoping one of these two would be a nice test

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Old 02-28-2011, 08:26 PM   #12
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Question I have is:

Is the Blonde Ale or the No Pils Pils a closer profile to Labatt's Blue?

My wife loved LB and since she has Celiac she can no longer drink it and not a fan of beer except LB. Was hoping one of these two would be a nice test

Thanks
Finding information on labatt's is actually tough, their websites are terrible.

From what I remember, labatt's blue is a light lager with a bit of fruitiness to it. No Pils Pils would be pretty close as written, but perhaps sub some honey for brown rice syrup to make the taste lighter.


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Old 02-28-2011, 08:28 PM   #13
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one other question is do you have to "hot-Break" the wort like a normal beer or just a good boil?
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one other question is do you have to "hot-Break" the wort like a normal beer or just a good boil?
Hot break is material formed during a vigorous boil. This requirement is there to subdue off-flavor causing compounds like DMS. The amount of DMS in beer varies a small amount by ingredient, but the only real concern is pilsner grain. You should boil your GF beer like you would a normal, non-pilsner gluten-having beer.

60 min of rolling boil is a good start.
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Old 02-28-2011, 11:52 PM   #15
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I didn't directly link the Blonde ale because I wasn't sure I had it right. It wasn't coming up for me, but I thought it might have been due to being at work. Guess it wasn't just me then.
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:09 PM   #16
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I gave the gluten free dark ale kit a shot as my first brew ever and all things considered is pretty decent. Not as dark as I would have liked but "actually tastes like beer" according to my girlfriend


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