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  1. 1

    charlienyc

    Things are improving for us. Here’s a great write up on the Gothamist website, 4 Gluten-Free Beer Alternatives For The Swilling Celiac Sufferer: http://gothamist.com/2011/10/03/beer_month_gluten-free_alternatives.php

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    The Gluten Dude

    Have not heard of Estrella, but will need to check it out. And I’ve had the Green’s and it is quite tasty (and strong!).

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    Alex

    A lot of people feel the same way about New Grist, although others complain it’s too fruity or light. You should really give Estrella Daura a try as soon as you can…I’m in the process of building a website and mobile application to help people find gluten free beer and Celiac friendly restaurants around the world.

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      The Gluten Dude

      I wish I could buy the gluten free beers online. My local stores only carry a few of the basic ones.

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    liz

    Have you tried Bard’s? I really like that one. I also tried Estrella and really enjoyed it! Have you found the Dogfish yet?

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      The Gluten Dude

      Can’t stomach the Bards…sorry. Can’t find Estrella near me…heard it’s great. And no Dogfish yet either. Supplies are indeed limited for gluten free beers around me. Bummer.

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    BeaKay

    Buy Omission or New Grist beer and then add OnTap Beer’s liquid beer enhancer (ontapbeer.com). A friend just gave me some and it makes for a great tasting gluten free beer!

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    joan roberts

    i don’t drink but i had a few none alcoholic becks blue beer and did not have a celiac reaction do you think it would be ok if i drank it again ?

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    1. 6.1

      Gluten Dude

      Not having a reaction doesn’t mean you are not getting hit. Permission not granted ;)

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