Love IPA, but haven’t been able to drink any since you went gluten-free?
That will no longer be a problem. Portland-based Omission Brewing Company announced this week that it is introducing a gluten-free IPA to its growing line of gluten-free beers.
Brewed with malted barley, Omission’s version will be the first IPA to hit the market that has the gluten extracted from it.
“At Omission, we’re constantly innovating, and exploring new opportunities to share our love of craft beer with anyone of legal drinking age, including those with gluten sensitivities,” said Terry Michaelson, CEO, Craft Brew Alliance, and longtime advocate for Celiac Disease. “Part of that is experimenting with different beer styles that meet our rigorous gluten-free standards while staying true to our commitment to high-quality craft brewing. Omission IPA hits the mark, and we can’t wait to get it into the hands of our customers in Oregon this spring.”
The IPA will be available in and around Portland starting next week and Omission says it will be on shelves nationwide by early August.
For more information and to find out where Omission is sold near you, check out: http://omissionbeer.com/
Wed, March 27, 2013
by Jane Wolkowicz filed under