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Gluten Free Beers - and locally made too!

Being coeliac doesn’t mean you have to miss out on a proper pint these days! Many of our local breweries are producing gluten free lagers and ales that still have plenty of depth and flavour. Why not raise a glass of one of these gluten free beers during Coeliac Awareness Week from 10-16 May…

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Oat Sower

Hook Norton Brewery’s first gluten free beer is a winner. The oatmeal pale ale is packed full of citrus hops with faint notes of tropical fruits. To obtain gluten free certification, an enzyme is added to the beer which breaks down the gluten protein. Find out more here.

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Bunny Hop

Purity Brewing Co has increased the percentage of oats in this beer to create a hazy pale ale that is also just 3.5% ABV. The introduction of dry hopping – adding hops after fermentation – gives the beer a fresh hop aroma without any bitterness. Find out more here.

Wild Hare

This gluten free beer from Bath Ales is a crisp and fresh pale ale with a subtle hint of citrus bitterness. Certified gluten free by Coeliac UK, it is brewed with English-grown First Gold hops which add a fruitiness to the bready malt flavour. Find out more here.

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Organic Cotswold Blonde Lager Gluten Free

This classic blonde lager is brewed by Daylesford Organic Farm using organic hops. It has a lovely golden tone, with a flavour that is gently bready and bitter and balanced by a sweet, honeyed finish. Find out more here.

Ridgeway IPA

Ridgeway Brewery’s best-selling beer is one of four gluten free beers produced by the brewery. This bottle-conditioned, hopped IPA has floral notes with a wine-like tannin that takes on a subtle, spicy character with age. Find out more here.

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