Where do you buy your GF Beer? Supermarkets or online?
Interested in this as Asda have delisted Estrella GF lager from my local store due to lack of demand.
I've bought it from Waitrose a few times but not seen it anywhere else.
I buy Hambledon GF beers in one of the two Tescos I use. The other one doesn't seem to sell it. I also get some online from the Gluten Free Shop and I will order some from Green's online as I haven't yet tried their products.
I didn't think of trying Waitrose but I'll have a look.
Since being diagnosed I only now drink ginger beer - and have only found one of those totally GF and that is Crabbies. They do two sorts their standard and an extra strength one that tastes more like a bitter beer. Both are excellent and available from most supermarkets - thankfully!
Supermarket every time. Sainsburys sell it as well as waitrose. I think it's really expensive and when I looked at the Greens site you have to buy a number of bottles which makes it seem very pricy. I'm a crabbies girl although I've rediscovered cider which has greatly improved over the last few years
ad a gluten free beer starter pack from gluten-freeshop.co.uk for Christmas. 12 different gf beers and lagers in the pack. I liked 8 out of the 12 - so a good ration. Ambar and cans of Saxon were the best. Cheapest too!
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