Enjoying Green’s gluten and wheat free beers

There are so many gluten free beers to choose from these days but this month I have been mostly sampling Green’s gluten free beer range. This is one for all you coeliacs or wheat allergics out there. They are all delicious. Last night I enjoyed the deliciously refreshing Pilsner. But my favourite, by a long […]

Wheat or gluten free beer at the CAMRA beer festival?

I’m asking a question here because I’m not quite sure. I’m planning a visit to London with colleagues tomorrow and received this very helpful response from CAMRA about whether there would be any wheat and/or gluten free beers available. Last year there was ONE beer! And very nice it was too. I had quite a […]

Allergic to wheat? List of wheat free lager and real ale

I’m really doing this for myself as a reference because I have a wheat allergy and a love of real ale – not always a good combination. I plan to contact the brewers to find out if their draft beer is made with the same recipe as their bottled beer. Could you safely assume that […]

The day after the beer festival with a wheat allergy

Well I braved the beer bellies and crowds of men and had a hoot at the Great British Beer Festival. I did indeed find ‘the only gluten free beer at the beer festival’ and enjoyed quite a lot of Stringers Plan B which is a very drinkable, light ale – perfect for a drinking session! […]

Will there be gluten free beer at the Great British Beer Festival?

If you have coeliac disease or are allergic to wheat you will no doubt know that finding suitable beer is not easy, so you might not think that the CAMRA Great British Beer Festival would be a great night out. If you’re just wanting beer you might be right since my research has only uncovered […]

New gluten #GF and wheat free beer from Van Bulck

A day in the life of an allergy blogger is never dull. The doorbell is often ringing with new deliveries of freefrom stuff to try out. There have to be some perks to blogging apart from the proud feeling when they look really good, come out just how you wanted them to, or when I […]

Gluten or Wheat free beer – coeliac disease or wheat allergy?

If you have a wheat intolerance or allergy, beer could cause you problems and you probably avoid real ale and lager. There may be some beers that you can drink, I found out that whilst gluten free beers may still cause you problems, there are some wheat free beers out there!