Gottle o’gluten free geer

Posted on Sep 29, 2012

Saturday night and I think I’ll pick up a few beers for tonight. So glad I found a place selling gluten free beer recently, as I’d missed it loads since becoming diagnosed ceoliac three years ago. Unable to digest wheat or barley meant beer was definitely a no no.

It’s called Estrella Damm Duara, and still the only place I’ve been able to find it is Asda. So please tell me if you see gluten free beer on sale anywhere else in the city.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 Comments

  1. EdinburghSketcher
    30th June 2016

    Thanks Janet, it is my current favourite too – so easy to drink. Thanks for the comment. Mark, ES

  2. janet
    29th June 2016

    Tesco and sainsburys sell daura beer im not ceolic but I drink this much better than ordinary beer or lager best gluten free beer ever

  3. Alistair Brown
    5th June 2014

    I’m a fan of this and Green’s – Daura is also available at The Safari Lounge… http://food.list.co.uk/place/54301-the-safari-lounge/

  4. Edinburgh Sketcher
    5th December 2013

    Brilliant, thanks Andrew. I’ll definitely be checking that one out. I hardly have beer but its such a holiday taste I do miss it

  5. Andrew Cunningham
    4th December 2013

    Very old post, but just in case you’re still reading, Tesco sometimes carry the Hambleton Ales GFL lager, it is bloomin lovely- reminds me of draught San Miguel, a bit. I had no idea how much I’d missed beer til it touched my tongue! MMMMMM beer.

  6. ES
    12th October 2012

    Hi Louis, Thanks for the comment. That’s a great shout, I wasn’t aware of the Green’s gluten-free beers at Sainsbury’s but I’ll definitely be checking them out. I agree Estrella is expensive compared to other beers on the supermarket shelves, but I like it. Thanks for the advice. Hmmm… wonder if I could go home via Sainsbury’s…

  7. Louis
    12th October 2012

    Speaking as a fellow coeliac, I’ve tried Estrella Damm Daura and have to admit I didn’t enjoy it enough to warrant its price. Sadly it seems to be the most widely-sold gluten-free beer around, too. However, if you can make it to the Sainsbury’s at Cameron Toll, they sell two varieties of Green’s gluten-free beers, which I *love*. It’s only a shame that Sainsbury’s hasn’t made them available for delivery orders…

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