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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Alcohol

    I've noticed everyone has pretty much covered all of the beers and ciders except for Bard's Beer. Not to be confused with Bard's Tale Dragon's Gold. I believe it is the same company, but i'm not sure they are still making Dragon's Gold. I enjoyed both beers and a friend who is not gluten free compared Bard's Beer to a Yuengling Black and Tan. I usually stick to Redbridge though since it is the cheapest.
  2. New Pittsburgh Member

    Thanks for the input Lindsey, I'm actually running low on bread and wanted to try something new. I'll have to go check out.
  3. New Pittsburgh Member

    Hello everyone I'm Justin and new to the forum. I have had celiacs my whole life and I am currently finishing up my last semester at the University of Pittsburgh. I grew up in northern PA in a small town called Genesee, but have been living in Pittsburgh for the last 5 years or so. Just out of curiosity has anyone from Pittsburgh tried Gluuteny in Squirrel Hill, and if so how was it?
  4. Anyone From Pa.

    Here in Pittsburgh