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post Dec 14 2013, 05:56 PM
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Greetings BrewBoard members,

There is a local brewery just outside of Rochester, NY (Custom Brewcrafters) that brews a wasabi beer. I've done some research and I've contacted the owner of local sushi place (for whom they actually make the beer) and also the good folks at CB and didn't get any help regarding the recipe for brewing my own wasabi flavored beer.

From my understanding, the flavor of most beers comes from the obvious usage of malts/grains/hops/yeast. However, some beers get their uniqueness from combining certain flavors toward the end of the boil. My original thought was to add wasabi root (with perhaps some mustard/horseradish flavors) toward the end of my boil. However after further research I found that cooking the wasabi root won't help much with adding the right kick of wasabi (I believe it has something to do with the lack of oil content in the root to give it the right spice flavor).

So I would love to hear some of your feedback regarding creating that type of flavored beer.

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