Friday, October 16, 2009

Travel & Leisure

Lakefront Brewery (Milwaukee, WI)

I am not a huge drinker but I occasionally like a beer or a glass of wine. Obviously you know that most alcohol based beverages are chock full of grains. Not so good for gluten-intolerant spirit seekers. I stumbled across a brewery in Wisconsin that has a solution for this problem. They are touted as Milwaukee's best brewery for the last two years and they give tours! What a great chance to see such an iconic city and give a toast to a friend for Celiac's everywhere.

Lakefront Brewery is a locally-owned microbrewery specializing in handmade beers in the tradition of early Milwaukee brewers.

New Grist is the first beer brewed without malted barley or any gluten-containing products to be recognized as beer by the U.S. Government. Each batch brewed at Lakefront’s Milwaukee headquarters is tested for gluten prior to fermentation, before being bottled and shipped. The beer is now available for distribution nationwide in six packs of 12-ounce bottles.

New Grist is brewed from sorghum, hops, water, rice and gluten-free yeast grown on molasses. These ingredients are carefully combined to form a crisp and refreshing "session ale" sure to be popular among those with Celiac Disease, but really brewed for anyone with an appreciation for great tasting, handmade beer.
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