Pubs around the country are switching out their usual tap beer for gluten-free brews for a whole week. Cheers to that.
If you’ve developed gluten intolerances but also love a beer, it can be painfully hard to find a suitable option on tap.
But for Coeliac Awareness Week, a number of pubs around the country are switching out some usual tap beers for gluten-free brews by Two Bays.
The Dromana brewery exclusively produces gluten-free beer, made with millet, buckwheat and rice instead of the usual barley, wheat and rye which contain gluten. Participating venues will be pouring Two Bays’ Pale Ale, XPA and IPA, along with some limited-edition beers like the tropical new Smash 2.
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