Hey dude, it’s been a while and you still haven’t posted the article about brewing your own alcohol in Saudi Arabia, I’ve browsed for some stuff online but most of it is aimed at a western audience, so I’d really appreciate it if you could give some pointers on the matter. Like the specific brand and quantity of the Juice to be used and most importantly, the yeast. I cannot stress this enough, please mention the brands. Also I’m in no ways versed in the art of brewing, have zero previous experience, so if you could do like a Dummies guide to brewing, that would be awesome.
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Depending on your level of sensitivity, you can drink Heineken and Corona. I generally track http:/// as they test beers (these are not large sample sizes, and are not the best testing conditions though so proceed at your own risk with caution). Also another option is brewing yourself. Personally I love dark beers / stouts / porters, and there are few labeled-as-gluten-free dark beers (Steadfast Oatmeal Cream Stout, Ground Breaker Dark Ale (my favorite), Burning Brothers Coffee Ale, Harvester Dark Ale, Green’s Dark Ale); however brewing your own gluten-free dark beer is relatively easy and fun (recipe .: http:///recipes/?recipeid=63 ).