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Dried Rice Extract (DRE)

Dried Rice Extract (DRE)

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DRE. Add alcohol without adding any residual sweetness. Lightens flavor. Use for light style beers, or any beer where you want to add fermentables without increasing body.

Sugars by weight: 5% Glucose, 42% Maltose.

Gluten free.

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Gluten Free and harder to find
Todd W on Jan 13, 2020
Need it for a recipe
Peter J on Dec 13, 2019
Gluten Free and harder to find
Todd W on Jan 13, 2020
New recipe
Cesar on Dec 28, 2019
Need it for a recipe
Peter J on Dec 13, 2019
trying to bump the alcohol up on Gluten free beer kits
mj on Dec 5, 2019
I wanted extra alcohol content
Paul A on Sep 23, 2019
Felt like trying it for making a light blonde
Dean D on Jun 5, 2019
lite ale recipe
Valued C on Jun 4, 2019
Lighten beer
jim wells on Mar 30, 2019
Rice Lagers
Ryan D on Feb 8, 2019
New recipe
Cesar on Dec 28, 2019
trying to bump the alcohol up on Gluten free beer kits
mj on Dec 5, 2019
Reviews

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Simple alternative to flaked maize
Making an American lt lager, so gives a slightly cleaner flavor than flaked maize, but somehow different than just adding dextrose. Have had good success using this about 60 DME:40 Rice for lt lagers and made to the NHC finals this past year...
November 22, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
First time using it and love be it
September 21, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Used for a GF IPA
One of the ingredients used to make a GF IPA. No one has detected it is a GF brew.
September 21, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Nice product, get ready to stir and wait.
Be ready to stir this for awhile and turn off your burner. It turned into a giant ball of sticky granules that resembled rock candy. Eventually I did get it to dissolve by heating it up slowly to avoid scorching and stirring for about 30 min. The product was just as it advertised. I did notice the label says gluten free but the number one ingredient listed is barley malt which is known to have gluten in it. If you have celiac I would research this to be sure.
September 20, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago