Gluten Free Beer Vs. Gluten Reduced Beer What’s the difference? As you peruse the colorful shelves of your local market’s gluten free beer/cider section, you may notice that some bottles bare the fine print label “gluten reduced” or “crafted to remove gluten”. If you are someone who abstains from gluten for serious health reasons, you may want to … Read moreGluten Free Beer vs. Gluten Reduced Beer: Here’s The Deal
The Evolution Of Gluten Free Beer When I started writing this blog (about 75 posts ago) I was fairly open-minded about gluten reduced beer options. Two years ago, the gluten free beer market looked very different than it does today. There were way less options on the shelf for us then, and the options we … Read moreI Don’t Drink “Gluten Reduced” Beer Anymore. Here’s Why.
A Day In The Life Of A Celiac If you are gluten free, you undoubtably know what it’s like to truly miss certain foods. We acknowledge these pangs of desire often. (I’ll even admit to sniffing my friend’s beers when we go out for drinks.) But what about all of the other things we say goodbye to … Read moreEating Out: A Celiac’s Nightmare
How Going Gluten Free Has Changed My Life Why did I start this blog? Well…two reasons. Firstly, I am a proud beer lover, and secondly, I am a Celiac. Fortunately–or unfortunately–depending on how you look at it, I enjoyed the wonderful glutenous taste of real beer for many years before I came to understand … Read moreGoing Gluten Free: The Choice That Saved My Life
Brewers Clarex™: The Gluten Enzyme What is it? Brewers Clarex™ is an enzyme which contains a proline-specific endo-protease that prevents the formation of chill haze in beer by hydrolyzing the haze-active proteins in the beverage. It’s also the enzyme used to produce most of the gluten reduced beers you see on the market today. The Science Behind It … Read moreThe Gluten-Eating Enzyme That Makes Gluten Reduced Beers
Clearing Up The Haze Around Gluten Free The term ‘gluten free’ is thrown around frequently these days. First thing’s first…What is gluten? You see the word used in restaurants, grocery stores, and media outlets. You read it on food labels, advertisements, and the internet. Many of you may already be eating gluten free yourself. However, there are thousands … Read moreWhat Is Gluten? Is it bad for you?