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Old 08-06-2008, 04:15 PM   #11
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I have decided that this is as stupid a recipe as I have made in a long time. I will end up with a nasty, gloppy mess. Alpha amalaze (sp?) would help, but even stil I need to start simpler if I am going to learn anything useful for down the road.

In short, I am not brewing this recipe!
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Old 08-06-2008, 04:31 PM   #12
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Definitely keep at it though Brewpastor!!

I was unhappy about my GF brew turn out, but my friend with Celiac's likes it. She has thanked me so many times for brewing it for her. I may not like it and it may not be the best brew around, but it gives her some homebrew to enjoy without getting sick. And she likes it!

I want to explore the avenue with the corn and other grains. I like the idea of the jaggery sugar. There's always honey too!

 
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Old 08-06-2008, 04:34 PM   #13
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With your mad skills BP, I'm sure all of the GF brewers will appreicate your efforts. You'll figure it out.

 
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Old 08-06-2008, 07:44 PM   #14
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I am going to go all extract, sugar and syrup this time and avoid the mini-mashing and steeping. I want to see what flavors come from what extract so I can get a sense of the palate I have to work with. The players at this point (round 2 of recipe design!) are white sorghum extract, palm sugar, Amber Agave Necture and dark corn syrup. I will use my Centennial hops with their citrus character, the Pacific yeast with its fruity esters and see what happens.

Here is round 2:

Gluten Free Amber Ale

Original Gravity: 1.066
Terminal Gravity: 1.017
Color: 11.4
Alcohol: 6.56%
Bitterness: 43 IBUs

Ingredients:
6.0 lbs White Sorghum
1 lbs Jaggery (palm sugar)
16 oz Dark Corn Syrup
23.5 oz Agave Necter

25.0 g Centennial (10.0%) - 60 min
19.0 g Centennial (10.0%) - 15 min
20.0 g Centennial (10.0%) - 0.0 min

1 White Labs Pacific Ale
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Old 02-17-2013, 05:42 PM   #15
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I can see I'm very late to the game but my brother in law is Gluten Free and I would love to brew him some beer for his birthday. How did your Amber Ale turn out?

 
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