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Ingredients do differ from the one above. Listed are, water, barley malt, maize and hops. I just wondered if you had heard of any problems with this and it would be brilliant if you could test this new UK version.
I assume also the ingredients are the same then, the only difference might be the labelling. Maybe in the UK they have less strict regulations to list emulsifier or enzymes in beer.
The Corona I tested was purchased in Germany and here they are very strict when it comes to purity of beer. And any artificial ingredient must be listed.
But I can be wrong — maybe someone else in the community knows about the UK Corona? Thanks for your work here Steffen. For those that want to be ultra safe, do you have a list of beers which are made without gluten containing ingredients such as corn etc.
Is that possible or indeed are there any out there? But almost all beers contain barley. There are just few beers available containing for instance sorghum without barley.
Barley malt is actually needed for the taste and corn or rice is mostly just added in addition to barley. Hello my name is Thomas Davidson i live in the UK and i have a disability with type 1 diabetes and celiac disease.
I got my self a ml. Good you had no reaction the Corona, I am Coeliac and have the odd Corona, maybe 2 or 3 a week but not the ml bottles, not seen them here, just the ml with a wedge of lime or lemon.
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Happy drinking guys. Thanks Steffen. Thanks for re-testing and the confirmation of my result. Judy Dinkins.
This would almost be so tempting to try drinking Corona! I was a Guiness girl. But I live in a small town and there are no gluten free beer options available to me.
Once, I found Redbridge — once. You all think being gluten free is hard? Try doing it in rural America where no one has a clue what you are talking about — they just shoot you looks like a glazed donut.
I am not diagnosed with Celiac; I have a wheat allergy. Provided the testing is accurate, I think it is time to understand that because items are made from barley and because barley has gluten does NOT mean that all items that are made from barley have gluten and especially gluten that will test higher than the standard recommended for celiacs.
Yes, picture those grade school circle intersection graphs. No evidence of active celiac disease— which means no exposure to gluten or cross contamination from alcohol or certified GF products with an under 20 ppm certification.
We enjoy good health after diagnosis …. Do what you want, it;s your life! This is why there is so much misinformation on the internet and why some celiacs stop living their lives.
Instead, they live in unfounded fear. I have no faith in anyone at the moment! Sorry, just needed to vent!
Great post! This was a hot topic by the pool this summer. I completely admit that I fell for the hype and had a corona.
No bueno. My GF beer rec … Glutenberg! Only time can tell how much. IG panels and absorption blood work every months like a pre-verbal celiac child would probably be good for asymptomatic adults.
Also, learn about the other symptoms like depression. Not worth it to me. If I get desperate, I reach for a Redbridge. I like feeling good and like living—-a lot!
Daura the beer? Only gluten free beer made with gluten free ingredients will pass these Celiac lips. Burning Brothers Brewing can you please open sooner?!?!?!!
That is like Christmas, Easter and my birthday all wrapped up in one. OK, my babbling is over, because all this talk makes me want to go have a new planet pale ale.
I love beer, but I will not drink ANY beer made with barley. How stupid is the assumption that it could be gluten free? Not that this would be reason enough to recommend a Corona.
In fact, now that I think back on my gluten free days I would always feel crappy the day after drinking beer. I loved beer though, and just assumed my symptoms were normal.
Now I know that they were not. I was constantly plagued by tummy problems, but they were always worse after beer. I will say that grain based spirits have never bothered me.
Beer, however, has wrecked my world after going gluten free. All I know is that occasionally my side would hurt after partying and eating too much.
Plus I had a hard time imagining giving up beer. And then I drank 1 Corona, and 3 Omissions and the next day I experienced the side pain again while on a walk.
Corona is not certied as gluten free but has no gluten. Or let me rephrase. As of testing this spring it contained zero or at least less than 10 ppm of gluten.
This is consistent with earlier testing but this time around three diffferent manufacturing dates were used to see if the beer really was so low in gluten.
Sweden is very far ahead of US when it comes to gluten. Diagnosis is fast and efficient. Support from hopsitals and organizations is fantastic.
All kids under 18 years old receive 50 lbs of gluten free products of their choice every 2 months flour, bread, pasta, bread mixes from the hopsitals.
Insurance companies pay out funds as invalidity since we are discussing a disese. This is all standard stuff. In this test 50 of the most common beers were tested.
Around a quarter were found to have 20 ppm or less. There are lots of discussions on this site and others about how how much or little gluten people tolerate.
Or similar. My wife does not have Celiac disease but eat very little meat. Her stomach is upset after having greasy food at PF Changs or similar those few times it happens since her stomach is not used to it.
Being sick for many months after some contaminated food is not normal. Even those who work very hard at eating only gluten free food do eat gluten and contaminated food.
Of course without knowing it. Some of the items certified as gluten free do occasionally, of ooften, have gluten. One example is the Saxon beer in the test which tested for 20 ppm for one manfucaturing date.
But drinking a Corona, which has less cluten, would not be fine. Lot of psychological issues. For the record, me and my daughter have Celiac disease.
Our experiences seem very different than most here since we enjoy great and delicious normal food every day which happen to be gluten free.
My daughter only finds traveling an issue since finding good gluten bread then is sometimes complicated. And we do travel a lot all over the world.
Ah Guero, Psychological issues huh? We all know what poorly treated people in a high iG, low serotonin gluten-rage feel about blogs.
This person may not know about asymptomatic cases, the shortcomings of gluten testing, and the long term costs of poor treatment. If I could drink a Corona or go out to eat symptom free, I might risk long term impact to have a life, to be connected again.
We all choose to pay now or pay later. Corona would make me sick, depressed, and unable to fight infections almost immediately. We are in the process of testing the gluten levels in beer now using EZ Gluten test strips.
We have 4 beers posted now, including Corona Extra. We have 6 more beers already tested and will be posting soon. Feel free to check it out and let us know what you want us to text next.
These strips are not designed for fermented products, test only a narrow range of offending proteins, and are prone to error.
Not a great process. SB, Thanks for your note of caution. Still not buying it and not interested. I can understand your excitement.
I think if you want your results to be taken seriously, submit them for peer review. Otherwise your experiments are invalid.
You test on yourself- not a sample group. There are too many varying degrees and unknowns to conclude anything from that. This feels more like wishful thinking than actual science.
Maybe put a disclaimer at the top of the site? Anhieser bush….. I am from Cornwall Ont. Canada…and I also know you company is closind a brewery in Hamilton Ont.
This year…. Now, I have tried this beer only because I live right at the N. State border. Is it posible to get this beer here in Cornwall Canada?
I believe your company is associated with Labatts breweries here…Q. Could you not go through them somehow to get it here? Or change the Hamilton Brewery into A redbridge brewery.
You know this could be a pretty good idea. Thank u 4 acknowledging…. Amelotte…please send me an answer! Lyma Bean……what the hell is aBush Kid.
My Dermatologist said she had never seen celiac act in this manner, and she went on to say I am about 1 in , that has it in this way. Now, if I eat or drink something with gluten , I pay dearly for it.
Being a huge beer boy…would u have any idea of a close to real beer for me? Thank bud ………Gee. You wrote that post like you were talking to Anheuser Busch owned by the Busch family.
I was joking that the Dude was one of the family. And they answer their email! I like seeing the little guys who make a good product do well.
Thank you Ken for this info….. To find this brewery…If u dont mind Ken.. Greens passed the test! They especially liked the Greens Double Dark.
We need to reeducate in force! I got this at the Speakeasy and The Dive Bar. Speakeasy bartenders were pretty d-baggy which is too bad.
I emailed them about liability issues, and they did not get back. Since many of you have tried the gf beer,is there any that taste similar to Corona light?
Well gluten Dude…. Glutenberg, WOW …. I think the Glutenberg Red and Brown are two of the best on the market. Keep in mind…I am a total beer snob who loved a good IPA pre-diagnosis.
New Grist was one of the first good ones I found years ago, but have moved on. Redbridge…not for me. We live and learn. Does anyone one out there know a Vodka thats gf.
You really think so….. Why would you trust an outside source, especially those owned by corporations, to tell you how much gluten is safe for you to consume; having celiac or even sensitivity to gluten?!
Listen to your bodies, people!! There is arsenic in rice and many other foods. Naturally occurring. There is an acceptable amount.
Did you know there is also an acceptable amount of rodent feces in our spices? The more you know! I drink cider, but get sick of heartburn and acidic stomach that wakes me up early and can last for a few days.
If I drink beer recover time is about the same , having read all the stuff about Corona and think I will just give it a go and see how it effects me.
If I have not drank beer for a few weeks and then I drink some I can be ok , but drinking ever week is no good.
I do have a question though and know there is no magic solution , but if gluten is a protein that we have an reaction to , has anybody come across anything that helps with the symptoms or speeds up the recovery process.
I know you can home test yourself for protein , but is there home testing you can do for levels of protein that relates to coeliac.
The stomach pain right now is almost unbearable. In talking on the phone last night, my bf could not understand how I can get so sick from minute crumbs but have not been sick from kissing him.
I know I should be more careful and ask him to brush his teeth but so far I have not gotten sick. This disease is isolating enough.
Last week was the first real test with food as he ate pasta and had a beer for dinner. Does anyone have any insight on why him drinking beer does not affect me but I can be so sick right now from what is likely a very small amount of cross-contamination?
Any advice would be appreciated. Best advice I could give. As for the beer, Mrs. Good advice and so true. I lived in fear for the first few years and probably need to get a small amount of that back.
The cross-contamination and possibility of me getting sick just from kissing him was not something he even realized until I explained it to him.
I have not done so prior to glutening myself this week. He asked me how I could be so sick from touching something and then eating or whatever I did to get myself and not be sick from kissing him.
I take complete responsibility for not doing so up to this point. No red flags here, just a matter of someone who has no idea how complex this damn disease it.
My experience is that even those with the best intentions can only hang on an at-home gluten free diet for 4 — 8 weeks.
Then the week before Christmas, I was diagnosed with coeliac diseaese!! What a christmas present! And have just stumbled on this site. My observations so far — its easy to eat gf at home.
Eating at restaurants is fairly easy, I went out last night and just rang beforehand to make sure they had a gf selection.
Eating at lunch time is hard — most of the sandwich shops around my office sell mainly, well, sandwiches. But drinking beer — that is really the hardest thing to manage.
I am drinking lots of scotch and coke. I know that the Dude understands this, but a few other people need to understand that gluten will stay behind during the distillation process.
But beer is a problem. Wilde gf beer is a new one I just found. Its got a high level of hoppiness to disguise the lack of tasty barley.
Not all in one sitting. This whole debate is fascinating. Yes, gluten can be hydrolysed. But are the constituent amino acids and peptides safe?
Or do they themselves cause coeliac reaction? I am an engineer, I prefer a scientific answer and it is clear that there is, as yet, no scientific proof one way or the other.
Some people claim a reaction; yet some claim a reaction to spirits. Then I will conduct a scientific test on myself.
Which brings me back to Corona. My 18 year old son drinks Corona. So is Corona gf? But then again, it does taste better than the official gf beers so maybe I should try one.
One six pack I mean, gosh I miss drinking beer. I have only just been diagnosed and researching beer was first on my list.
How can we follow your research, do you have a blog of your own or anything? I miss beer too. But we are getting there.
Just not worth the risk. I feel for folks with CD, my sister has it and has ended up at the hospital couple of times, it is no fun.
As in eyes, lips and throat swelling allergic. I carry an Epi-pen, and pay close attention to labels. So as you can see, my situation is quite different.