So some time ago I went to the Deschutes Brewery and had the opportunity to try their gluten free beer. I was really impressed as I thought it would be tasteless and thin. As I remember this beer actually had a lot of flavor and a decent body. I have seen that there are a few people on this board that are allergic to gluten so a few weeks ago I took it upon myself to email the brewers at Deschutes to see if they would help me with a recipe here is what they sent me.
Gluten Free Ale Clone
Recipe type: Extract
Batch size: 5 U.S. gallons
Original gravity: 1.048
Final gravity: 1.011
Boil time: 90 minutes
Fermentation temp: 65° F
Yeast type: English or German Ale
(Gluten Free yeast)
White Sorghum syrup
Brown Rice syrup
know it's not a recipe but I'm sure someone can covert this into a recipe that the so inclined can use. Like I said I thought this was a good beer.
It well...it tastes.......more fuller
I'm working as a pro now, but that doesn't mean I'm not still homebrewing. I'm going to see if I can homebrew at work as a way to develop new recipes.
Originally Posted by Zymurgrafi
wow, tha more I drink, tha more cohernet you all are!