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Gluten Free Home Brewing – dedicated GF Homebrew Shop – Free Amber Rice Malted Cereal with Order

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A notable percentage of people have some motivation to reduce or completely eliminate gluten intake.  Reasons vary from dietary choice to gluten sensitivity to serious medical conditions including auto-immune diseases like Celiac Disease.  This may describe you or a friend or family member.

Although commercial gluten free and reduced options are increasing in number, they are still few and far between.  That’s even more true when it comes to gluten free homebrewing supplies.  Only a few homebrew shops carry supplies and those supplies are generally slim.

Enter Gluten Free Home Brewing.  GFHB is a shop dedicated to offering gluten free supplies and brewing resources.  Cross contamination is an issue for those with more serious allergy-like conditions.  GFHB is dedicated gluten free so there is no risk of CC with gluten containing ingredients.

Ingredient offerings include – malted gluten free grains… malted millet (pale, CaraMillet, crystal millet, medium, chocolate, dark roasted), buckwheat malt from Grouse Malting Company and Eckert Malting’s malted rice – crystal, amber, James’ brown, dark, gas hog, biscuit – and more.  Along with ready made recipe kits (both extract and all grain) hops, yeast and more.

Gluten Free Home Brewing also offers how-tos, tutorials on GF Brewing along with a recipe sharing platform.

from GFHB… “We will be offering free single serving sized samples of our exclusive product, Amber Rice Malt Cereal (Hot Cereal), with orders while supplies last. This has quickly become a favorite baking ingredient in my household. We don’t bake muffins without it! And I love it as a hot cereal too.”

Visit Gluten Free Home Brewing | Amber Rice Malt Cereal

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Brewing with Millet via Scott Janish

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If you don’t follow Scott Janish… I think you should I really enjoy his homebrewing articles.  Many are analytical in nature.  Check out his website (link below) and also check him out on Twitter at @scottjanish.

Scott put up a new article… “Brewing With Millet”.  For that… He sources grains from Gluten Free Homebrewing, he also uses a Spunding Valve to dry hop under pressure.

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Millet belongs to the same grass family as barley, maize, and sorghum. It’s said to be a versatile crop because of its ability to thrive in harsh conditions. One source mentioned that millet is one of the oldest crops known to humans, possibly dating back to 2800 B.C! There are numerous varieties of millet, with proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) “common millet” is likely what you will find at a place like Whole Foods or a local organic market in bulk (this is what I was able to find). There doesn’t appear to be a vast amount of research done on brewing with millet, but from what I could locate, it does appear to produce acceptable beers. Across the literature, millet was often compared very closely to sorghum, which has been used in many parts of the world mainly in European-type lagers.

One reason some might want to experiment brewing beers with millet is because it’s gluten-free. Other carb-rich grains that could be used in brewing that don’t contain gluten are buckwheat, amaranth, and quinoa (I’ve experimented with quinoa with good results, although as a part of a barley grist). Oats can be tolerated by most, but not all people intolerant to gluten. The gluten content of beers is fairly low considering the high amounts present early in the brewing process (6,864 ppm present in wort going all the way down to around 200ppm in finished beer or around 1.9%).  [KEEP READING – on Scott Janish.com]

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Gluten Free Home Brewing – dedicated GF Homebrew Shop

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A notable percentage of people have some motivation to reduce or completely eliminate gluten intake.  Reasons vary from dietary choice to gluten sensitivity to serious medical conditions including auto-immune diseases like Celiac Disease.  This may describe you or a friend or family member.

Although commercial gluten free and reduced options are increasing in number, they are still few and far between.  That’s even more true when it comes to gluten free homebrewing supplies.  Only a few homebrew shops carry supplies and those supplies are generally slim.

Enter Gluten Free Home Brewing.  GFHB is a shop dedicated to offering gluten free supplies and brewing resources.  Cross contamination is an issue for those with more serious allergy-like conditions.  GFHB is dedicated gluten free so there is no risk of CC with gluten containing ingredients.

Ingredient offerings include – malted gluten free grains… malted millet (pale, CaraMillet, crystal millet, medium, chocolate, dark roasted), buckwheat malt from Grouse Malting Company and Eckert Malting’s malted rice – crystal, amber, James’ brown, dark, gas hog, biscuit – and more.  Along with ready made recipe kits (both extract and all grain) hops, yeast and more.

Gluten Free Home Brewing also offers how-tos, tutorials on GF Brewing along with a recipe sharing platform.

Visit Gluten Free Home Brewing

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Organic Raw Blue Agave [Fermentable]

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11.75 ounce bottles (pack of 6) – total of 70.5 ounces by Wholesome Sweeteners.  Certified Organic, Fair Trade and non-GMO.  Low glycemic sweetener.  Gluten-free, vegan and kosher.

Use as a fermentable in your next home brew.

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic raw blue agave, 11.75-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

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6 x 23.5 Ounce Organic Blue Agave [Fermentable]

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6 x 23.5 Ounce Containers of Organic Raw Blue Agave from Wholesesome Sweeteners.  That figures to just over 8.8 lbs.  Organic, Gluten Free.  Non-GMO and Fair Trade Certified.

Use as a fermentable in your next home brew.

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic raw blue agave, 23.5-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

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Organic Blue Agave, 6 x 23.5 Ou [Fermentable]

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6 x 23.5 Ounce Containers of Organic Raw Blue Agave from Wholesesome Sweeteners.  That figures to just over 8.8 lbs.  Organic, Gluten Free.  Non-GMO and Fair Trade Certified.

Use as a fermentable in your next home brew.

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic raw blue agave, 23.5-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

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Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Blue Agave, 44-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2) [Fermentable]

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Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Blue Agave, 44-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2) by Wholesome Sweeteners.  Gluten-free, vegan and kosher.

Use as a fermentable in your next home brew.

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Organic Raw Blue Agave – 6 x 11.75 Ou [Fermentable]

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11.75 ounce bottles (pack of 6) – total of 70.5 ounces by Wholesome Sweeteners.  Certified Organic, Fair Trade and non-GMO.  Low glycemic sweetener.  Gluten-free, vegan and kosher.

Use as a fermentable in your next home brew.

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic raw blue agave, 11.75-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

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