DetailsAn excellent base for gluten-free beer, White Sorghum Syrup provides all the essential proteins and amino acids necessary for yeast nutrition, head retention and body while adding color and flavor to a finished beer nearly indistinguishable from malt extract.
With a lovibond of 3º (8º Plato) with a yield of 37 ppg, White Sorghum Syrup can accommodate a diverse array of beer styles, providing a clean flavor that allows spice and hop additions to dance across the palate. The freshest gluten-free alternative to malted barley extract, now you can brew your beer and drink it too!
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5.0 / 5.05 ReviewsCan't make GF ale w/o itI depend on this sorghum syrup to make GF ale, and it is essential. Thanks for carrying it!November 26, 2018Purchased
11 months agoWill buy again.I used to order this from an organic farm which stopped carrying it. This product is indistinguishable with regards to taste and performance. I do not use this for brewing, but baking, smoothies, pancakes, etc...November 11, 2018Purchased
11 months agoGreat base to a gluten free beer. Always fresh as it ferments well.January 26, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoI love sorghum beerWell priced and a great product.it was exactly what I was looking for.January 15, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoferments wellIt ferments well and I reached the expected final gravity._x000D_It's great for people who can't drink beer due to Gluten._x000D_It's fresh without the stale taste that some extracts have._x000D_It does taste somewhat different than Barley so don't go expecting to make Budweiser out of it.February 12, 2014
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Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 8 answersIs this the same as Briess sorghum syrup or is this actually made from malted sorghum?Is this the same as Briess Sorghum Syrup or is this actually made from malted sorghum?BEST ANSWER: Both are made from the grain (not the cane) of the white sorghum plant. Briess says it is unmalted. BOTH PRODUCTS ARE GLUTEN FREE. Malting refers to a process, and I cannot find that either product uses it to produce their syrup. Many articles refer to using the stalk odor the plant to extract syrup, yet both brands use the grain. I found no information on grain extraction.Is the sorghum syrup non-GMO?BEST ANSWER: How would I know? I bought it so I could make gluten free beer. Midwest should know?What size bottlesare in the 6-pack?BEST ANSWER: The six pack contains six lb jugs.