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    Angelica

    This is great news about the new test. There are so many “hydrolyzed” food and drink products out there that are invalid in ELISA testing. Not that ELISA is not useful, just that we need another method for them. I feel very much the same way about Red Bridge, but I wasn’t a beer snob. I just preferred Guinness. Sadly I haven’t found anything with the thickness and darkness that I miss. Maybe they need to start looking at brewing with beans. Miso tastes more like beer to me than some of the GF beers out there. There are tons of beans out there, all ready to be fermented, though, not just soy. I suspect red kidney beans would work, they have the right taste. Or adzuki? Hmm.. wonder if anyone’s tried that?

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    Cali Celiac

    Angelica,

    Try Glutenberg Stout and Greens Endeavour Dubbel Ale, they are the best dark GF beers I’ve found. Glutenburg is from Canada and Greens is from Belgium and they both are carried by Bevmo and Wines and More. Green’s uses millet, sorghum, buckwheat and rice while Glutenberg uses Millet and Buckwheat instead of malt.

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    Jim

    only just stumbled on this site while trying to find out if Omission beer was available in Australia.

    I’ve got coeliac disease and avoid gluten like the plague – if I do have gluten I know about it within the hour, start with the gasiness and go down hill from there.
    Had a couple of stubbies of the pale ale while in the US of A over Christmas was told they were gluten free and didn’t look any further at the time. I didn’t have any reaction whatsoever so it’s disappointing to read this as it is a fairly decent tasting beer compared to the stuff made from sorghum (ie. O’briens) ???

    BTW – US labeling is difficult :-)

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      Gluten Dude

      U.S. labeling suuuuuuuucks!

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    Jes

    Ohhh no. What about Corona, has that been through the new test?

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    john

    Unfortunately, 40 years of drinking Bud killed my taste buds (no pun) before I was diagnosed. I find Redbridge the best of the bunch, and I have tried them all with the exception of Burning Brothers out of Minnesota and Departed Soles out of Jersey City

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