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I haven't had a beer for a year and I have serious withdrawal symptoms. I read in the Irish Coeliac Society that the Sainsburys supermarket chain stocks it but I have not succeeded in finding any. Does anyone know where I could buy gluten-free beer in Ireland north or South?

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How deperate are you?

I presume you can get beer shipped to you from the UK just as easily... Google gluten free beer and you'll find Hambleton's and Greene's. Also a very good one from the Fine Ale Club.

I visited my pals on Portsmouth and we had arranged several 12-packs in advance. It was in his cool room when I arrived.

Of course, they should hold a gun on you for the dear price and shipping cost, but it was worth it to me.

Kelly (an Irish American)

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How deperate are you?

I presume you can get beer shipped to you from the UK just as easily...  Google gluten free beer and you'll find Hambleton's and Greene's.  Also a very good one from the Fine Ale Club.

I visited my pals on Portsmouth and we had arranged several 12-packs in advance.  It was in his cool room when I arrived. 

Of course, they should hold a gun on you for the dear price and shipping cost, but it was worth it to me.

Kelly (an Irish American)

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I know of a beer that is made locally here in Quebec, Canada. It is called La Messagere, and is brewed by a company called "Les Bieres de la Nouvelle-France." I've been tempted to try it myself, but haven't yet. I don't know if it would be too expensive for you to import it, but here is their website: http://www.lesbieresnouvellefrance.com/.

Good luck!

Sandy

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I've recently been diagnosed and a keen beer drinker ;) but finding my nights out are now difficult due to the lack of beer. Just emailed 'Greens' in the UK to see if they'll send me a list of their ingredients as apparently there's a slight discrepancy between our 'allowed ingredients' and theirs...and then will maybe get them to send me some samples. Let me know if you come up with any other sources in Ireland...

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www.Coeliac.ie has a lit of places that stock gluten-free beer in Ireland. I am a Yank with Irish parents so I check on both sides of the Atlantic. Have one for me :)

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I haven't had a beer for a year and I have serious withdrawal symptoms. I read in the Irish Coeliac Society that the Sainsburys supermarket chain stocks it but I have not succeeded in finding any. Does anyone know where I could buy gluten-free beer in Ireland north or South?

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Hi brianc,

Here's your link to a whole list of stockists in the south of Ireland,

Courtesy of The Irish Coeliac Society.

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Gluten Free Beer Stockists

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Enjoy your Beer,

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Best Regards,

David

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I haven't had a beer for a year and I have serious withdrawal symptoms. I read in the Irish Coeliac Society that the Sainsburys supermarket chain stocks it but I have not succeeded in finding any. Does anyone know where I could buy gluten-free beer in Ireland north or South?

Hello Brian,

I don't know if you can import beer from the US. We have "Red Bridge", a beer made of SORGHUM by Anheuser-Busch, Inc. It tastes somewhat like dark beer. To me it tastes pretty decent. Hey, beggars are not choosers. This is the only beer that I can have.

Here is a link to their website: www.redbridgebeer.com

Good luck,

Rajawali

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Hi Brian,

The compnay I work for has a wine store in Kilkenny. We stock Glutaner and I can tell you its quite good when cold. Not the cheapest of beer at

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