Miller Lite Gluten Test

Due to a huge amount of enquiries over the contact form, post comments and directly via email I decided to also test Miller Lite despite the fact it couldn’t win the American light beer poll back in January. Thanks to all for your kind feedback.

Please note I can do a few of your wishes but not all. It is impossible for me to test all the beer you want me to test. Very often I am simply not able to get your favourite beer here in Germany but it is also a matter of costs. I also need to pay for the test kits. Please consider to purchase a 5-test kit which is around € 60 / $ 80 / £ 50 and so you pay approx. € 12 / $ 16 / £ 10 per test which is a useful investment in your health. I have listed some gluten test kit manufacturers here.

And here you go with the Miller Lite test on gluten:

Beer: Miller Lite
Producer: Miller Brewing Company
Originating country: USA
Brewing location: USA
Bottle size: 16 oz (approx. 470 ml)
Alcohol by volume: 4.2%
Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, yeast
Miscellaneous: Ingredients listed in German as product sold in Germany

Miller Lite Gluten Test Miller Lite Gluten Test

Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

Test result: There is no indication of the presence of gluten. According to the instructions there should appear a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) to indicate the presence of gluten. But this test is negative. The pink spot on the right test area ( C ) is a control spot and indicates that the extract/sample is suitable, the test has been performed correctly and all reagents are active. Even though the detection limit in this kit is very low (1-2 ppm) and the test is negative please note this is not a medical advice – please see also my facts page.

Miller Lite Gluten Test

    1 YEAR LOWGLUTEN.ORG

    Hi all, I started this website one year ago and actually did not expect this enormous feedback. It is amazing what happened during the past 12 months and I am very happy that this website is useful for so many people.

    At the beginning the majority of the visitors were German (mainly myself I suppose) but it changed dramatically. Most of the visitors are now from the US were the demand for such tests seems to be very high, but I also have lots of visitors from the UK, Australia (thanks Les ;-) ), Canada and the Scandinavian countries.

    I tested 18 beers so far (please see here an overview of all beers I tested) and I learned a lot during the last year about test kits, antibodies, beer filtration methods etc.

    There a more than 10.000 page views per month so I consider to place some little ads just to get some money back which I would reinvest in test kits. I think about using Google AdSense but I will not do affiliate marketing as I want to stay independent. There will also be no pop-ups or something annoying for visitors, just little ads in the sidebar and footer of the page.

    But I don’t want to scare you off with the ads so I ask you before I do that:

    Would you still visit my website when I place some ads?

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      Tsingtao Gluten Test

      Clear winner of the recent Asian beer poll was Tsingtao, a Chinese beer from one of the world’s largest breweries – founded by German settlers at the beginning of the 19th century. The taste is actually good – refreshing and crisp, not watery. It contains rice so my assumption was that it is rather gluten free but my test showed it is not:

      Beer: Tsingtao
      Producer: Tsingtao Brewery/青岛啤酒
      Originating country: China
      Brewing location: China
      Bottle size: 330 ml = approx. 12 Oz.
      Alcohol by volume: 4.7%
      Ingredients: water, barley malt, rice, hops (translated from German)
      Miscellaneous: Ingredients listed in German as product sold in Germany

      Tsingtao Gluten Test Tsingtao Gluten Test

      Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

      Test result: There is a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) which indicates the presence of gluten. According to the instructions a “very low gluten” level of 20 to 100 ppm should give a test spot which is weaker or similar in intensity to that of the control spot ( C ). Please find some more information here. The test spot appears slightly lighter than the control spot but almost identical.

      Tsingtao Gluten Test

      On a scale from 1 to 20 I would rate the test spot intensity 6 so in this test the level is above 20 ppm. Even though this test is positive please note it is not a medical advice – see my facts page.

        Poll: Which Asian beer do you want me to test next?

        Asian beers are believed to have low gluten as they often use rice as one major ingredient and barely malt only to give a typical beer colour. The rate of people with Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitivity in Asia is lower than in Europe or US mainly because of rice as the main dietary staple and simply the fact that it is underdiagnosed unknowingly. But it becomes more prevalent in countries like China and Thailand with the adoption of western lifestyle. Not only for people who live in Asia but also for travelers a gluten test of your favourite Asian beer might be useful. Please vote below which of the following four famous Asian beers  you want me to test next:

        Chang: from Thailand
        Singha: from Thailand
        Tsingtao: from China
        Tiger: from Singapore

        Which Asian beer do you want me to test next?

        • Tsingtao (33%, 51 Votes)
        • Singha (27%, 41 Votes)
        • Tiger (25%, 39 Votes)
        • Chang (15%, 22 Votes)

        Total Voters: 153

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        Asian Beer Gluten TestPoll closed on 8th of August 2014.

          Michelob Ultra Gluten Test

          Michelob Ultra is ranked 8th of the best selling beers in America in 2013 (see here the Top 20). It is a typical American light beer with a watery taste but generally OK as it was not as sweet as other American light beers, a bit like a light European style Lager beer. The level of gluten is very low, see test result below.

          Beer: Michelob Ultra
          Producer: Anheuser-Busch
          Originating country: USA
          Brewing location: USA
          Bottle size: 16 oz (approx. 470 ml)
          Alcohol by volume: 4.2%
          Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, yeast (translated from German)
          Miscellaneous: Ingredients listed in German as product sold in Germany

          Michelob Ultra Gluten Test Michelob Ultra Gluten Test

          Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

          Test result: There is a barely visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ), almost not visible in the picture but it is there. According to the instructions a “very low gluten” level of 20 to 100 ppm should give a test spot which is weaker or similar in intensity to that of the control spot ( C ).

          Michelob Ultra Gluten Test

          On a scale from 1 to 20 I would rate the test spot intensity 1. The spot is hardly visible so it seems the gluten level is very, very low as the test kit also has a very low detection limit. Please find some more information here. Even though this test is low positive please note it is not a medical advice – see my facts page.

            Moosehead Gluten Test

            This is the first test of Canadian beer. Moosehead is not the best selling beer in Canada but I gave it a try as one of my website visitors told me that Moosehead, Labatt and Molson are the most common beers in Canada. Well, honestly I didn’t like it as it has an unpleasant sweet taste. But taste differs and here is the result of the Moosehead gluten test:

            Beer: Moosehead Lager
            Producer: Moosehead Breweries
            Originating country: Canada
            Brewing location: Canada
            Bottle size: 12 oz can (approx. 355 ml)
            Alcohol by volume: 5.0%
            Ingredients: water, malt, corn, hops, yeast
            Miscellaneous: -

            Moosehead Gluten Test Moosehead Gluten Test

            Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

            Test result: There is a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) which indicates the presence of gluten. According to the instructions a “very low gluten” level of 20 to 100 ppm should give a test spot which is weaker or similar in intensity to that of the control spot ( C ). Please find some more information here. The test spot appears lighter than the control spot.

            Moosehead Gluten Test

            On a scale from 1 to 20 I would rate the test spot intensity 4/5 so in this test the level is above 20 ppm. Even though this test is positive please note it is not a medical advice – see my facts page.

              All gluten test results so far

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                Warsteiner Gluten Test

                With almost 50% of the votes Warsteiner was the clear winner of the recent poll. Warsteiner is not one of my favourites and in Germany it is considered as a “ladies beer” because of it’s light and rather sweet taste. But it is on 4 in the ranking of Germany’s best selling beers so it can not only be ladies who buy this beer. It is actually better then it’s reputation and sold worldwide. I’ll give it a try more often, also because of the result of the gluten test:

                Beer: Warsteiner Premium Verum
                Producer: Warsteiner Brauerei Haus Cramer KG
                Originating country: Germany
                Brewing location: Germany
                Bottle size: 0.5 l = approx. 16 Oz.
                Alcohol by volume: 4.8%
                Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops extract
                Miscellaneous: -

                Warsteiner Gluten Test Warsteiner Gluten Test

                Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

                Test result: There is no indication of the presence of gluten. According to the instructions there should appear a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) to indicate the presence of gluten. But this test is negative. The pink spot on the right test area ( C ) is a control spot and indicates that the extract/sample is suitable, the test has been performed correctly and all reagents are active. Even though the detection limit in this kit is very low (1-2 ppm) and the test is negative please note this is not a medical advice – please see also my facts page.

                Warsteiner Gluten Test

                  Poll: Which German beer do you want me to test next?

                  Please vote below which German beer do you want me to test next on the level of gluten. You can choose from these three famous German beers:

                  Krombacher: #2 of Germany’s best selling beers of 2013*
                  Hasseröder: #7 of Germany’s best selling beers of 2013*
                  Warsteiner: #4 of Germany’s best selling beers of 2013*

                  Which German beer do you want me to test next?

                  • Warsteiner (49%, 41 Votes)
                  • Krombacher (33%, 28 Votes)
                  • Hasseröder (18%, 15 Votes)

                  Total Voters: 84

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                  German Beer Gluten TestPoll closed on 22nd of April 2014.

                  *Source: Germany’s best selling beers of 2013

                    Beck’s Gluten Test

                    Beck’s is one of the most famous German premium beers. It is sold worldwide and the 6th best selling beer in Germany (see here the 2013 ranking, in German). It is one of my favourite beers but it is a bit expensive. This might also be one reason why Beck’s only ranks 14th amongst the most popular German beers according to a German TV station survey. See here the ranking -in German- but please note that this list contains all styles of beer including Altbier (sort of Ale), wheat beer etc.

                    Despite the high price Beck’s might be an option for people with Gluten Sensitivity according to the test result below:

                    Beer: Beck’s
                    Producer: Beck’s Brewery/Anheuser Busch InBev
                    Originating country: Germany
                    Brewing location: Germany
                    Bottle size: 0.5 l = approx. 16 Oz.
                    Alcohol by volume: 4.9%
                    Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops
                    Miscellaneous: -

                    Beck's Gluten Test Beck's Gluten Test

                    Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

                    Test result: There is no indication of the presence of gluten. According to the instructions there should appear a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) to indicate the presence of gluten. But this test is negative. The pink spot on the right test area ( C ) is a control spot and indicates that the extract/sample is suitable, the test has been performed correctly and all reagents are active. Even though the detection limit in this kit is very low (1-2 ppm) and the test is negative please note this is not a medical advice – please see also my facts page.

                    Beck's Gluten Test