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1vertical:
I think this may wind up being a color enhanser for an upcoming brew....

What a lovely pyrope color to add to a beverage and the starch in them should
be as good as any pumpkin or yam...or packing peanut.

Anyone ever try em?

I have made wine with them.

pyrite:
I've never tried using beats, but a local brewery in Southern California has.  The Bruery in Orange County California  http://www.thebruery.com/ brewed a Valentine theme, beet red beer.  I have no idea how they used them but the beer was bright blood red and tasted a bit earthy yet good. All the girls were so into that beer, I've never seen so many women drinking beer.

1vertical:

--- Quote from: pyrite on May 28, 2010, 10:03:52 PM --- women drinking beer.

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The Bruery is a good thing....

 ;D  I knew there was a good reason to try this!

denny:

--- Quote from: 1vertical on May 28, 2010, 09:52:18 PM ---I think this may wind up being a color enhanser for an upcoming brew....

What a lovely pyrope color to add to a beverage and the starch in them should
be as good as any pumpkin or yam...or packing peanut.

Anyone ever try em?

I have made wine with them.

--- End quote ---

You may be surprised.  A friend made a wheat beer that used lots of beets.  No red color or flavor from the beets whatsoever.

brew-witch:
Magic Hat Brewery in VT made their summer brew Wacko using red beet sugar I believe... made the beer PINK!  I took a picture of it for some friends.. let's see if I can figure out how to post it here.

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