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I can't reach the website from here, but when I search for "does turbo yeast need nutrients" I get a reference stating: Each Turbo Yeast contains a mix of yeast and nutrients, to make 25 L of Wash which would imply that this is tuned to the purpose and that you do not need to add any further nutrients.


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If you are allergic to gluten, then you CAN make a "gluten-free" beer using Clarity Ferm from White Labs. http://www.whitelabs.com/other-products/wln4000-clarity-ferm It is an enzyme that cleaves gluten proteins to reduce them to levels below 20ppm (the minimum standard to be considered "gluten free"). It does cleave hordein, the main allergen ...


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I thought the definition of beer was pretty much "fermented malt water". If you ferment grapes with hops, it's still not beer. If you distill from grains, it's not beer either. Beer without malt sounds like an oxymoron to me. However, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beer says "produced by the saccharification of starch and fermentation", not necessarily from ...


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Unlikely and it will cost a hell of lot more chasing down the ingredients to put together your own yeast nutrients. I have been brewing for 25 year and have never used them. I had problems brewing when I first started but those were rookie mistakes. If you have enough yeast and wort and oxygen, there shouldn't be anything that stops your yeast from ...


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I've also been diagnosed with EOE and have avoided beer, ovaltine, Ben and Jerry's brownie ice cream, cheese nips, and anything else with malt for the last 20 years for the same reasons you have. This may sound strange, but if you have the chance, try a small taste of an ale like Rodenbach Grand Cru (or other Flemish red brown ale) to see if your body ...


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