Have an ice cold Quilmes in my hand. light and crisp but nicely flavored. not thr best beer ive had but good enough
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both actuallyI decided to start brewing beer because my girlfriend is allergic to wheat ...
Is she allergic to gluten, or to wheat? Just curious.
So I checked out Austin HBS and I saw the GF pale ale recipe but I did not see a partial mash version only the white sorghum extract version. What grains did you mash for this recipe? partially I want to know so I can try it and partially I want to make sure you don't make your girl friend ill. a gluten intollerant person can't ussually handle barley either and oats are only safe if they are from a certified GF processor. Depending on the individual buckwheat can also be a problem as can tritical(sp?) and most of the other wheat like grains. i think corn is okay and I know quinoa and amaranth are okay. Millet is also okay, in fact it's the seed of the plant that sorghum syrup is made from and can be malted, mashed and brewed with as well.I apologize, I used the extract version. Not sure why I typed that. I was thinking about my second beer that I'm doing today.
congrats! can you post the recipe? I have a celiac friend or two and am interested in trying out some GF recipes.Yes, Austin Homebrew had the recipe. You can order it from them. I believe it is available as an extract, partial, or all grain recipe as well.
How long is it? it looks kind of short but assuming it is all stainless or copper inside and any welds that will come in contact with wort are sanitary it should work. So this cooler is what keeps my TDI at 190? do you know the cooling capacity?not quite. this device cools the exhaust gas leaving the engine by pumping glycol through the core of the cooler and the exhaust over the core. It pretty much cools 1800 degree air to under 200 degress in less than a second. Its about 2 ft long and 2.5 inches in diameter.