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  1. Hi JJbrigade, Did you try the New Planet Pale Ale? I prefer a dark beer so I am not personally looking for the light beers. If you do a search for gluten free beer you will find a number of site and the Association is one of those and has quiet a few reviews and there should be one or two for you to try from that list.
  2. You are referring to Estrella Daura. You need to know that Daura is a low-gluten beer and not gluten free. Just because you don't have a reaction doesn't mean it isn't hurting your intestines! Be careful with this type of beer or even food.
  3. I completely agree with the frustration here. To make a change in the current circumstances, it will take a group effort. If we don't buy the beer that is on the shelves now; Red Bridge, New Grist, New Planet, Green's, St. Peter's, etc., then the distributors are not going to stock more options. If distributors won't stock it then brewers aren't going to make it. For those of you that like cider, Samuel Smith and Crispin are the two that I have found to be the best, much more than Woodchuck. Woodchuck is probably my least favorite although one is still drinkable. Be careful with red wine as it is often cross contaminated by the aging barrels. Life is certainly a journey and gluten free is just a fork in the road.
  4. Hey Bridge, More than likely you will be okay with a Gluten Free Beer. What kind of beer did you like best when you drank? Wine is a little more iffy as wine can have cross contamination in it from the glue in the aging barrels. We have tried liquor that is suppose to be gluten free and still had a gluten reaction. You have to be really careful with anything that is processed even if it says gluten free. In Europe, gluten free means 20 ppm, for my wife (who is the most sensitive in the family) 1 ppm is too much and the US has not standard. I can recommend some beers if I know what your taste is. Chin up man, sounds like you are on the right track!