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I use it in every batch. Several local breweries in this area, including a rather large one (Yards) use it as well. Word need to be spread about this fantastic product, as it opens the door for most if not all Celiacs to be able to consume beer again, and to rid us of the awful garbage that is sorghum-based gluten-free "beer" (quotes intentional). Yes, the ...


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Heather has been used in a variety of beers; even one without any hops at all in the Iron Brewer contest in Toronto 2014. It really is interesting and the amount of heather needs to be tuned-in due to its intense taste. A combination of hops and heather tasted - as far as I could say - not as good, or let me say more unexpected. Heather might serve as an ...


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I thought I read somewhere on homebrew SE that one could use standard bread yeast as a ginger plant starter. My ginger beer yeast had died, so I thought I'd give that a try ... The results (for other people's benefit) was quite a nice Ginger Beer, but it took a long time to complete the fermentation. it was suggested in the "kit" that I got, that 7-10 days ...


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I use this in every beer I make. My father is highly allergic to gluten and he is able to drink all of my beer.


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Check this 3-part article out: http://beerandwinejournal.com/clarity-ferm-i http://beerandwinejournal.com/clarity-ferm-ii http://beerandwinejournal.com/clarity-ferm-iii


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Assuming that the plastic mini keg has been properly cleaned and sanitized, the beer should come out well. I do not know any specific number of times that you can reuse it. You may need to replace seals after a few reuses, and depending on availability, it may just be easier to buy a new plastic mini keg. The mini keg itself shouldn't wear out though ...


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Let's get this out of the way now -- too much alcohol does a whole host of horrible shit to just about every organ in your body. It's just that your brain isn't really one of them. Your alcoholic uncle doesn't actually get any stupider when he drinks. Meaner, but not stupider. "Asleep" isn't the same as "brain damaged." The whole idea of alcohol ...


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If you're looking to add real fruit to any brew you'll want to do so in secondary to get the most flavor. I've had really good success in taking my fruit of choice and pureeing it in a food processor with little vodka - about 1/4 cup per 2lb of fruit seems a good balance. The vodka will help kill off any additional bugs that may have made it past washing ...


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No, alcohol doesn't kill brain cells, but does effect your brain while drinking. It's true that at high concentrations, like the nearly 100-percent pure alcohol used in sterilizing solutions, alcohol can indeed kill cells and neurons (and nearly anything else). But given that the blood reaching your brain is only at 0.08 percent alcohol if you're ...


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studies have shown that beer is good for the brain and heart if you drink in moderation. Like most things in life if you do too much then it becomes problematic. http://www.everydayhealth.com/healthy-living/0315/tap-into-beers-health-benefits.aspx


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Im guessing Lily "just wanna be lived by you, by you and nobody else but you!" ;p I give my dogs each 1/4 of a stubbie or less with each of their meals it helps with their coat and the gas issues :) Btw in case u couldnt tell i love the name and even more so the reference...


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brewtoad is a great place to search for clones. https://www.brewtoad.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search=Leffe+Brune+Clone



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