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Old 08-06-2017, 10:26 AM   #1
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I started this at the weekend as a re-introduction to beer making after being diagnosed as coeliac a couple of years ago. I used to make the 'Simply' pale ale a lot so it will be interesting to see how this compares. I always used to use a beer enhancer but this time I am only allowed brewing sugar.

I have no room at home so its being done at my girlfriend's house. I only see her at the weekends so I cant really keep a close eye on it, but she has confirmed that it is bubbling furiously.

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Not wanting to be a misery. ....did you check your sugar is wheat free?
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Not wanting to be a misery. ....did you check your sugar is wheat free?

That is a very good point, but yes it is. I emailed Ritchies and they confirmed that is completely gluten free. They did say that it is packed in the same plant as malt products but using different machinery so contamination is likely to be minimal.
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I'd be really interested to find out how this turns out! Let us know when you've sampled some
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Two weeks on and its not quite finished so I am going to give it another week and aim to bottle it next Saturday. Had a sneaky taste - promising.
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