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jamie
09/23/06 11:02 AM  
rochefort clone
I have been reading the boards here lately and I came across a recipe for a rochefort 10 clone that contained flaked corn. I have two questions about this. First, do they actually use corn in rochefort and the second would be could one substitute corn sugar for the flakes? I remember coming across a website that described a visit to the abbey, and there was a display case with the ingrediants of their beers. There was a white powderey substance that this person thought was probably wheat starch.I dunno, maybe I was dreaming but I would like to hear any thoughts anyone might have as I am formulating my own clone. thanks
 
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