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jwatkins56550
post Jun 19 2012, 03:35 PM
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Wouldn't it be great to brew your favorite batch as a gluten free batch using essentially the same ingredients? I think it can be done with things like what Widmer recently released. Longer mashing process with enzymes added to reduce gluten levels.

Do you guys think a product like White Lab's Clarity-Ferm would help achieve this? It seems to be the same thing they are using in their process.

http://glutenfreepdx.wordpress.com/2012/05...-do-they-do-it/

http://www.whitelabs.com/enzymes/Clarity-Ferm.pdf

http://www.dsm.com/le/en_US/brewersclarex/html/about.htm

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Lets figure this out, and start making delicious gluten free malt based beers!
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post Jun 22 2012, 11:36 PM
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QUOTE(jwatkins56550 @ Jun 19 2012, 01:35 PM) *
Wouldn't it be great to brew your favorite batch as a gluten free batch using essentially the same ingredients? I think it can be done with things like what Widmer recently released. Longer mashing process with enzymes added to reduce gluten levels.

Do you guys think a product like White Lab's Clarity-Ferm would help achieve this? It seems to be the same thing they are using in their process.


THoughts?
Suggestions?

Lets figure this out, and start making delicious gluten free malt based beers!


I've been thinking the same thing. I've had numerous people ask about brewing gluten free. Also, I've been wanting to experiment with White Labs' product for a while now. IIRC, Widmer gets their Omission below 6ppb and I think gluten free is anything below 18ppb. I have a couple friends who have gluten sensitivity, but not allergic. So, they would be good lab rats. They could drink some and see how they respond. I would like to try a stout version.

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post Jun 23 2012, 12:59 AM
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Look at the gold silver and bronze awards for gluten free at the world beer cup. I have also heard of gluten free barley, and a method that involves freezing it out of a beer that contains it. No sources sorry I simply don't recall. This sounds interesting!
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