Gday brewers. So here is what I've mulled about in my peanut so far for a tumeric ginger beer brew https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/828285/ginger-ninger. I'm thinking for the beer something with a bit of body fairly sessionable but a grist that giveS a good working plain canvase for the star of the beer to shine through the tumeric and ginger. The grist is nice a pale so maybe some orange/yellow colors may come through from the tumeric. Also I want a sweet malty body to ballance the spice from the ginger and the (hopefully) earthy nuttiness I get from tumeric hence to increased chloride count. Maybe I should go 2:1 tumeric to ginger as I know ginger is quite a bit stronger in flavour than tumeric? I suppose I comes down to what i pull out the ground before brew day. Knowing me the exact weights of ginger and tumeric i use in the brew will change. Do youse think i got a good grist going?would a dash of lactose sugar be wise I know if got some of that floating about but maybe too sweet maybe ruin that quaffabilty? I've got the oats in there to emulate a creamy silky type mouthfeel. Also whirlpooling with a bit of Citra to get that cirtussy thing going on in the flavour that should complement this beer well but reserved enough to not dominate the more subtle flavours from the spices. Wont be brewing this up for a week or two but thought I'd throw it up for perusal from the forum members. Let me know what youse think? Especially @thunderwagn as I know you've tasted a brew like this that inspired me to try one myself. Cheers any advice will be well received. CHEERS.