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Holy Crap!

I have in my hand, a bottle. The bottle has beer in it. I am drinking it! For a long time, I have heard these stories of people finding a gluten free beer. Much to my shagrin, no distributers here in Colorado ever would carry one...

I found out a week ago that a Colorado distributer carries one, Lakefront Brewery. I stopped by the liquor store near my house on the way home, walked over to one of the larger beer coolers, and saw this big orange sign on the glass. "Gluten Free beer"

LakeFront Brewery, New Grist, is the beer.

http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/

Its pretty good, true, I haven't had a beer in quite some time... but this taste's alright. There are some beers that I still really miss, need to try to find red or an dark ale... but I'm happy.

Just had to share my joy!

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Holy Crap!

I have in my hand, a bottle. The bottle has beer in it. I am drinking it! For a long time, I have heard these stories of people finding a gluten free beer. Much to my shagrin, no distributers here in Colorado ever would carry one...

I found out a week ago that a Colorado distributer carries one, Lakefront Brewery. I stopped by the liquor store near my house on the way home, walked over to one of the larger beer coolers, and saw this big orange sign on the glass. "Gluten Free beer"

LakeFront Brewery, New Grist, is the beer.

http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/

Its pretty good, true, I haven't had a beer in quite some time... but this taste's alright. There are some beers that I still really miss, need to try to find red or an dark ale... but I'm happy.

Just had to share my joy!

I am with you all the way. Love my New Grist. My fiancee keeps wanting to drink it - but i am hoarding it. Now if we could just get the bars to carry it!

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Lakefront has a distributor that is based in Castle Rock, and the master brewer told me a month or 2 ago that they sell in most Whole Foods, and some local liquor stores. I usually go to Argonaut Liquor over on Colfax, but they don't have any gluten-free beers, which store did you get yours at?

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I live up lin Louisville, CO, on 36 right near Boulder.

I found it at

Union Jack, on the corners of 95th and South Boulder Road

One of the owners of the store as Celiac I was told.

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Anybody know why New Grist is not on their website???

This is frustrating -- I am trying to get stores and distributors to carry it and the darn company won't put it on their website...

ARGH!

Call them and they will give you the contact info for any lakefront distributers in your area.

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Holy Crap!

I have in my hand, a bottle. The bottle has beer in it. I am drinking it! For a long time, I have heard these stories of people finding a gluten free beer. Much to my shagrin, no distributers here in Colorado ever would carry one...

I found out a week ago that a Colorado distributer carries one, Lakefront Brewery. I stopped by the liquor store near my house on the way home, walked over to one of the larger beer coolers, and saw this big orange sign on the glass. "Gluten Free beer"

LakeFront Brewery, New Grist, is the beer.

http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/

Its pretty good, true, I haven't had a beer in quite some time... but this taste's alright. There are some beers that I still really miss, need to try to find red or an dark ale... but I'm happy.

Just had to share my joy!

Just curious but how much did you pay for the New Grist?

Tom

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There is also Bards gluten beer and Red Bridge, which I believe Anheiser Busch distributes- the Red Bridge is truly delicious if you are looking for a red- reminds me of Killian's Irish Red or New Castle. I found these at Whole Foods and Ben's Liquor here in Reno, NV. =)

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