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Sunday, November 17, 2013
More gluten free beer, ale and lager
Trying a dozen different gluten free beers, ales and lagers.
For my recent birthday Emily bought me a selection of gluten free beers from Gluten-Free Shop Ltd.
The Beer/Lager Starter Pack contained a dozen bottles of gluten free beer, lager and ale – the majority of which I hadn’t tried before, and some I’d never even heard of.
It was interesting to see a canned gluten free beer too – Saxon made by Carlsberg.
Some of the alcoholic beverages contain less than 20ppm and so are able to use the crossed grain logo. One of the beers – Ambar – has a level less than 6ppm.
One of the beers was intriguing though as it doesn't have a crossed grain logo and so I am not going to be trying it, I'm sure I can find a beer lover to give it a go. The beer in question is the Wold Top Scarborough Fair IPA. The other Wold Top beer included in the pack was suitable for coeliacs and is the aptly named "Against the Grain".
It was great to receive such a range of gluten free beers and you can find more on the Gluten-Free Shop Ltd website.
Those beers included in the gluten free beer and lager starter pack were:
- Estrella Damm Daura
- Daas Blond
- Dass Ambre
- Hambleton's GFL
- Hambleton's GFA
- Wold Top Against the grain
- Wold Top Scarborough Fair IPA
- Crop Circle
- Schnitzer Brau
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Location: United Kingdom
I’m a Champion Miniature Golfer on a tour of the UK’s minigolf and crazy golf courses. Coeliac living a gluten free life. Train nerd. Retro gamer. Urban explorer.