BEER without the ALCOHOL???

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QueenTiye
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BEER without the ALCOHOL???

Post: # 16156Post QueenTiye »

Is it possible? Can it be done?

Anyone have any ideas???

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Post: # 16179Post ina »

None whatsoever. I think the "alcohol free" beer that you buy (it does contain a little - about 0.5% I believe) has the alcohol removed after the brewing process.
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Post: # 16251Post The Chili Monster »

Hi Queentiye

Try this link http://www.byo.com/feature/66.html
Fair selection of recipes, too.
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Post: # 16257Post glenniedragon »

Does it have to be beer? I mean trying to brew without fermentation and have a decent taste wold be near-neigh impossible I should think- if you're after non-alcoholic stuff whynot have a go at some fruit cordials or something...I've still got a bottle of elderberry cordial on the go (you can't buy that in the shops!) and you always have the option of adding vodka if you DO want something alcoholic.

Kind thoughts
Deb

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