It is common knowledge that beer (at least higher quality beers) retain some of the nutrients from their ingredients. Little bits of B vitamins, some minerals, etc. I want to brew a beer with a little more nutrition to it. I know in ancient Egypt their beer had a lot more particulate matter in it and was simmilar to boozy gruel. I don't want to go that far but as close as I can get with an ale that maybe has some particles of the grains left (not expecting a super smooth brew).
Any reccomendations on way to pack a little bit of my DRV into my ABV? Shooting for a low alcohol high nutrition beer.
Thoughts so far are to make it multigrain, I was thinking wheat, rye, and millet as specialy grains with a DME base. The DME base is because I don't have the resources to brew AG.