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I'm no expert but my brew buddy want to brew a gluten free beer for his mother. We'd do a ten gallon batch, low ABV is the goal. He sent me the ingredients and I had some concerns with the amount of adjuncts. Looking for any input. Basic outline looks something like this: 6 lbs of sorghum extract, 6 lbs of flaked rice and 3 lbs of honey. I was thinking more sorghum and less rice because I'm not sure if the rice has the proper enzymes to convert sugars and if the sorghum would have enough to assist. The honey scares me too because I don't want the beer to be too dry.
Seriously spent the last hour trying to perfect this recipe only to decide I can only do so much. Researched Millet and CaraMillet and Brown Rice Syrup trying to darken this Gluten Free Pale Ale and add some more interesting malt flavors. Ended up just making a pretty typical Gluten Free Recipe. Mimicked after Zombie Dust but made into a session ale. Hosting my fourth annual Kubbapalooza party. Trying to make two beers that are highly drinkable and tasty. This one just happens to be Gluten Free. Well see if anyone notices. PS if youve never played Kubb, youre missing out Intolerant Zombie Recipe Intolerant Zombie Style American Pale Ale Brewer Batch 6.50 gal Extract Recipe Characteristics Recipe Gravity 1.046 OG Estimated FG 1.012 FG Recipe Bitterness 48 IBU Alcohol by Volume 4.5% Recipe Color 11Â° SRM Alcohol by Weight 3.5% Ingredients Quantity Grain Type Use 1.00 lb Candi Sugar, Amber (Belgian) Sugar Other 6.60 lb Sorghum Liquid Extract Extract Extract Quantity Hop Type Time 0.50 oz Cascade - Unmistakable grapefruit aroma and flavor, signature hop of many American ales Pellet 45 minutes 1.00 oz Citra - Musky tropical fruit and strong citrus make this a great flavor/aroma hop very fruity Pellet 20 minutes 1.00 oz Citra - Musky tropical fruit and strong citrus make this a great flavor/aroma hop very fruity Pellet 10 minutes 1.00 oz Citra - Musky tropical fruit and strong citrus make this a great flavor/aroma hop very fruity Pellet 5 minutes 1.00 oz Falconers Flight 7c's- Aroma - Strong Fruit and citrus with layers of spicy nd earthty overtones Pellet 0 minutes Quantity Misc Notes 1.00 unit Safale S-04 Dry Ale Yeast Yeast English: Temperature Range: 59Â°-75Â° F medium attenuation with medium to high flocculation Recipe Notes Dry Hop with 7 C's at day 5 Have to do 6.5 Gallons to get a session ABV Start @ 8 gallons of water to allow for boil off and trub