Clarityferm gluten experiment results

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Clarityferm gluten experiment results

Post by Clibit » Sun Sep 07, 2014 2:01 am

Interesting experiment to test the effectiveness of Clarityferm in reducing gluten, with very clear results... ... #more-3642

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Re: Clarityferm gluten experiment results

Post by MashTim » Sun Sep 07, 2014 8:51 am

Good to know - I've made 4 gluten free beers now and they've all turned out great. I'm sure gluten free reduces hangover effects too :)

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Re: Clarityferm gluten experiment results

Post by oldbloke » Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:42 am

Nice to have genuine tested results to look at
Both brews I've done with Clarityferm have caused no reaction in my missus, but actual measurements are always good

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Re: Clarityferm gluten experiment results

Post by seymour » Fri Jan 30, 2015 2:00 pm

There are some lab results here, too: ... icious-ipa

Stone Brewing Co, the San Diego brewer of Arrogant Bastard and other legendary beers has made their first "reduced gluten beer." Check-out the links for a great commentary, video, etc. They basically fashioned a delicious IPA as they always do, with 100% barley, none of the usual gluten-free substitutes such rice, quinoa, sorghum, buckwheat. They used their normal ale yeast plus White Lab Clarity-Ferm.

I doubt Stone Delicious IPA is yet available on your side of the pond, but I've had it and it's delicious. I can vouch that it doesn't "lessen" the beer in any way. 7.7% abv, 80 IBU.


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