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After a hiatus from home-brewing for 17 years (aka "raising the family"), I am back into homebrews - in a small way, at least with Mrs Them's blessing.

In keeping with my long-time tradition of odd-ball endeavours, I'm curious about the possibility of doing a homebrewed version (read "improvement of" of a low-carb beer. Anyone have any idea regarding the general process of extracting carbohydrates from a brew?

Hey, anything they (e.g., Michelob) can do, we should be able to do better, right? ; )

A little bit of science won't scare me off, and this might prove interesting if it can be done on a small scale...
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