Coors Peak beer brand with a second style, Golden Lager. Like its sibling Copper Lager, the Golden Lager is brewed with 100 percent gluten-free ingredients, including California brown rice and Pacific Northwest hops. For now, Coors Peak Copper and Golden Lagers are available only in the Seattle and Portland metropolitan areas.
Stoli Vodka has announced the nationwide launch of Stoli Gluten Free. The new recipe is made with corn and buckwheat harvested from Russian fields. The ingredients are then distilled and filtered before being blended with spring water. While unflavored distilled spirits are gluten free, Stoli Gluten Free can be labeled as such in the United States because it is derived from ingredients other than wheat, barley and rye. Stoli Gluten Free will be available in April.
My Tuesday post recapped several of the new gluten-free products previewed at the Expo West natural-foods show in California last week. Highlights include a buffalo chicken mac-and-cheese dish and organic flavored tortilla chips.
Speranza in Westville, New Jersey (158 Broadway, 856-349-7660) offers a gluten-free menu featuring a selection of pasta dishes (including lobster mac and cheese), entrees, salads and appetizers.
|Coastal Grille's Reggae Ribeye (Credit: Coastal Grille)|
Two Stones Pub's newest Delaware location is now open in Hockessin (300 Lantana Dr., 302-239-2200). Gluten-free items, including tacos made with corn tortillas, are noted on the lunch and dinner menus. The restaurant maintains shared fryers.
Have a great weekend!
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