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    Low GI, low calorie, low gluten ale


    We have several people that are Glycogen intolerant / sensitive and we have some people who are also gluten intolerant.

    So gluten-free grains are:
    corn, millet, sorghum, quinoa, oats, amaranth, teff, buckwheat, rice, and wild rice

    Low GI grains are:
    oats, rye, barley, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, bulgur wheat, black rice, some wild rice varieties, millet, sorghum

    So the common grains are:
    Millet
    Sorghum
    Quinoa
    Oats
    Buckwheat
    Wild rice
    Amaranth

    I can get Malted Sorghum, but where can I get decent quantities of malted millet and oats?

    Or am I restricted to using unmalted grain and dumping amylase enzymes?

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    Brewmart has malted rye
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
    Brewmart has malted rye
    Thanks but Rye is not gluten free AFAIK.

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    Hi,
    Contact brewers co-op (hello@brewers.coop) as I know one of their brewers does a lot of these alternate grain brews. They are always happy to help out the homebrewers.
    Cheers
    Cameron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camsaway View Post
    Hi,
    Contact brewers co-op (hello@brewers.coop) as I know one of their brewers does a lot of these alternate grain brews. They are always happy to help out the homebrewers.
    Cheers
    Cameron.
    Thanks, I've dropped them an email.

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