St Peter’s Brewery has announced it will be launching two new gluten-free versions of its Cream Stout and Suffolk Gold beers, appealing to a growing number of coeliacs and intolerance sufferers in the UK.
Brewed by the expert team at St Peter’s Brewery in Suffolk and with full Coeliac UK certification, these new beers aim to appeal to a wide range of beer drinkers looking for a high-quality gluten-free beer that doesn’t compromise on taste or flavour.
St Peter’s new Gluten-Free Cream Stout and Gluten Free Suffolk Gold are brewed to the exact same standards as the original versions, but without the gluten. With clearly defined flavours and distinctive aromas, they promise those following gluten-free diets a delicious alternative.
Gluten-free Cream Stout is a dark and aromatic cream stout, using a blend of local malts and hops. With an ABV of 6.5%, expect rich coffee and vanilla notes for a satisfying bittersweet aftertaste.
Gluten-free Suffolk Gold is a full-bodied golden ale that is brewed with Suffolk malt with a citrus twist. With an easy-drinking ABV of 4.9%, First Gold hops give a pleasing aroma and bitterness to this sweet, but dry beer.
“This is an exciting launch for St Peter’s and a great opportunity to meet the growing customer demand for full-flavoured gluten-free stouts and strong, full-bodied ales,” says John Hadingham, managing director at St Peter’s Brewery. “We’ve had a lot of requests for gluten free versions of our most popular beers so we are happy to be able to meet the needs of our customers.”
St Peter’s Gluten-free Cream Stout and Suffolk Gold are available in 500ml bottles.