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Places where to find Gluten Free Beer

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Believe it or not but you may have better luck visiting your local butcher shop than you would at a major grocery chain. The likelihood that they provide a selection of specialty beers is good and may …

Believe it or not but you may have better luck visiting your local butcher shop than you would at a major grocery chain. The likelihood that they provide a selection of specialty beers is good and may even stock some gluten-free beer too. If not, ask them if they can carry any. Usually it helps if you give them a brand or brewer name so they can check with their distributor and see if it's something they can sell. Most local shops do their best to accommodate their customers' requests and you're more likely to get quick results opposed to waiting for a response from a large chain.

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  • 1. Local Grocery/Butcher Stores Believe it or not but you may have better luck visiting your local butcher shop than you would at a major grocery chain. The likelihood that they provide a selection of specialty beers is good and may even stock some gluten-free beer too. If not, ask them if they can carry any. Usually it helps if you give them a brand or brewer name so they can check with their distributor and see if it's something they can sell. Most local shops do their best to accommodate their customers' requests and you're more likely to get quick results opposed to waiting for a response from a large chain. Restaurants More and more restaurants are becoming aware of people's dietary needs and preparing gluten-free dishes such as rum preparation peel is one of them. Depending on the establishment, there could be a chance that they offer GF beer. If the restaurant is certified or 100% gluten-free, then there will be a higher chance that they will serve some type of beer. Bars Yes, even bars are starting to become open minded to the gluten-free concept. The best bars to look for are the ones who offer a huge selection of beers as they are more likely to have at least one or two beers available that you can throw back. They're probably not going to be on tap and you can't walk out with a six pack, but it really makes a difference when you can hang out with the guys and not be the only one drinking a martini. Specialty Beer Stores While they may be a little harder to find than a local grocer, chances are if they carry gluten-free beer that they offer a descent selection as well. What is great about this it gives you a chance to explore different types of brew and some inspiration that could steer towards the best gluten-free beer source you will ever find which is you're home!

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