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Hi, I am new to the site. The doc says I have Celiac Disease. Having two issues with it. One which I have a handle on now. I like P&J sandwiches, but I have found a few good bread recipies.

Then #2. Where is the a list of Gluten free beers? I have a week spot for the harder achohol and need to stay with beer. Can anyone help me out? Would like to get it in a can if possible.

Thanks, and take care B)


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Redbridge by Budwiser is pretty good - but expensive. There is another I heard is pretty good too, but even more expensive - Bairds Tale


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Hi, I am new to the site. The doc says I have Celiac Disease. Having two issues with it. One which I have a handle on now. I like P&J sandwiches, but I have found a few good bread recipies.

Then #2. Where is the a list of Gluten free beers? I have a week spot for the harder achohol and need to stay with beer. Can anyone help me out? Would like to get it in a can if possible.

Thanks, and take care B)

I hadn't had a buzz in probably 10-15 years, but this past school year was so awful that I decided that I was definitely going to have a beer on the last day of school when I got home. Of course, being on the gluten free diet, I had to plan ahead, so I went to the Whole Foods Market and bought a six-pack of Bard's Tale Beer-Dragon's Gold (it even has a cool name). It's made from sorghum and is awesome! There were quite a few gluten free brands from which to choose, but that's the only one I've tried.

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I found some Redbridge. Not to bad if I must say. To bad it is pricey kinda like a micro. I t will do. I will just learn to savor it in an icy mug.


Greg

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2000 F250 4X4 PSD SuperDuty Crew.

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I have tried the New Grist Beer, and Redbridge. I like Redbridge better. It's pretty good.

I have never seen gluten-free beer in a Can. I think bottles are easier for smaller runs/batches/production.


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I have tried the New Grist Beer, and Redbridge. I like Redbridge better. It's pretty good.

I have never seen gluten-free beer in a Can. I think bottles are easier for smaller runs/batches/production.

That's funny - I like New Grist better!


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Red Bridge by Anhueiser Busch - easy to find, tasty (picture Heineken mixed with Sam Adams and Sierra Nevada), priced the lowest

Bard's Tale - Dragon's Gold - the best IMO, harder to find, very pricey

New Grist by Lakefront - a lighter beer, harder to find, very pricey

Romapo Valley has a gluten free beer - never tried it, couldn't find it

There are a few more, but they're very hard to find. So long as you don't live in PA, you should be able to find Red Bridge at your local super Walmart or grocery store. The others are much harder to find. Red Bridge is the best priced as well. I'm sure Tom will pop up with some input as well. :) (Hi Tom!)


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Hi, I am new to the site. The doc says I have Celiac Disease. Having two issues with it. One which I have a handle on now. I like P&J sandwiches, but I have found a few good bread recipies.

Then #2. Where is the a list of Gluten free beers? I have a week spot for the harder achohol and need to stay with beer. Can anyone help me out? Would like to get it in a can if possible.

Thanks, and take care B)

heep70-

My husband likes Red Bridge, but also New Grist by Lakefront Brewery (out of Milwaukee).


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Hubby diagnosed 4/06 by scope/biopsy.

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