Need to be gluten-free?

From Norfolk, Virginia’s Virginian Pilot: “Dozens of people belly up to The Angel Inn’s bar in northern England, scanning the special menu and watching as bartenders pour pints of frothy beer specially brewed for those with gluten intolerance. The gluten-free business is booming in Britain and Ireland with restaurants, supermarkets, support groups and festivals catering to celiacs, or people allergic to proteins found in wheat, barley and oats. For a long time, it was a chore to find gluten-free beers or entrees in restaurants. That’s changed in the last five years to the point that an advocacy Web site for celiacs lists more than 100 restaurants in the UK that feature gluten-free menu items.” Read more here.

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