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Sorghum beer: a sustaining brew

In Sierra Leone, a public-private partnership - which started as a social experiment - has resulted in a sustainable business buying sorghum from local farmers to use in brewing beer.
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Sorghum beer is good news for 1% of the UK population with Coeliac disease who react to foods or drinks containing even the smallest amount of wheat or barley gluten. We can only drink 'special' beers and lagers containing no barley or wheat gluten.
posted by: Phil Austin (07:53:05 Sat 14th April 2012)

This could be a turning point for farmers in dry and semi-dry areas of africa, I wish african scientists would do more research on these once were stable food for africa. Commercailization of sorghum will definitely open floodgates of benefits.
posted by: Charles Kanyi (14:02:24 Thu 27th May 2010)



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