I have been so excited to try this beer! I first heard about it on Instagram from Celiac Hashi Girl- Angela. She works for them doing tastings. What a fun job that would be. I am in no way affiliated with them, I just love their beer. If it wasn’t 9 a.m. I might think of having one right now while I am writing this. 🙂
I have never been a huge beer drinker but before I was diagnosed with Celiac I occasionally enjoyed a Guinness and Hefeweizen with an orange slice. Every time I had it, it made me sick. Now it’s not a surprise it made me sick lol. Beer is made from grains that often contain gluten which is why they are bad for people with Celiac. That is why “Gluten-Reduced” beer is not safe for me.
Glutenberg to the Rescue!
Glutenberg ELISA tests each batch to ensure that no gluten is found! Here is a link to their page explaining it. Isn’t that so cool! A totally gluten-free beer that is not sneaky and “gluten removed” or “contains a little gluten”. Which btw are not safe for people with Celiac disease.
One of the owners has Celiac disease and this is how they came to make a lovely gluten free product!
I would love to go and tour their facility and meet the makers of this delicious adult bevie. Plus it is made in a place that is on my bucket list to visit. Montreal, Quebec Canada.
As of right now, you cannot buy this beer in Arizona. Check out the map on their site to see where you can purchase it. We bought it in San Diego at BevMo while we were there. I am definitely going to be stocking up every time we go to California.
If you get to try this beer, which I hope you do, I hope you love it as much as I do. So happy to have a Stout beer to drink! I am looking forward to this fall when it’s cold out for the Stout and the Red Ale and have enjoyed the White Ale and Blonde Ale this summer! Stout floats are always a delicious dessert too!