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Gluten Free Beer

A few years ago, I discovering that I have a gluten intolerance (not Celiacs disease) and I began to realize all the things I just couldn't consume anymore. One of those things was beer! I hated knowing that on a hot summer's day, I no longer could come home from work and crack open an ice cold beer, and sit back on the balcony and enjoy. However, that is no longer! Our local liquor stores carry a few varieties for gluten free beer for our consuming pleasure.  They are a little expensive, but hopefully worth it for those beer connoisseur.  I plan to pick up a case of each by summer time and conduct my very own taste test! Sorry, no assistance is require. 


New Grist - 14.99/6 pack
Bard's Tale Gold - $15.77/6 pack
La Messagere - $19.81/6 pack

If you are looking for more gluten free beers, I scooped a contact list from www.bellaonline.com listing gluten free beer makers. Our local liquor store is more than happy to accept requests for special orders, however there is a minimum quantity required to bring in the product. Cheers!


O'Brien Brewing http://www.gfbeer.com.au
Bard's Tale Beer http://www.bardsbeer.com

Ramapo Valley Brewery http://www.rvbrewery.com/


Nick Stafford's Hambleton Ales http://www.hambletonales.co.uk/
Heron Foods - Beer not available online. Available in Sainsburys Supermarkets in the Beer Section, not the "Free From" Section, and in Co-op Shops.
Mongozo Beers - Note: Mongozo Quinua is made with gluten free ingredients, but may have cross contamination. Use caution. http://www.mongozo.org/engels/main.php
The Alchemist Pub & Brewery http://www.alchemistbeer.com/
Lakefront Brewery http://www.newgrist.com/



By: pillsburygirl

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