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Which Spanish beer do you want me to test next?

I tested a number of Spanish beers already – Ambar Especial just last year, the Canarian Dorada and the gluten free labelled Estrella Daura Damm which I tested positive, though. This time I give the regular Estrella Damm a chance, beside the famous San Miguel from Madrid and another beer from Barcelona with increasing sales called Moritz and named after the founder Louis Moritz Trautmann.

Poll closed on 30/04.

Which Spanish beer do you want me to test next?

  • San Miguel Especial (50%, 71 Votes)
  • Estrella Damm (41%, 59 Votes)
  • Moritz (9%, 13 Votes)

Total Voters: 143

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

I will start the new year with a poll. When you think of good beer you may think about Belgium, Czech Republic or Germany but Poland also has to offer a number of fine beers and this is your chance to vote for a Polish beer which I then will test on its gluten content. You can vote for EB, Lech or Tyskie.

Which Polish beer do you want me to test next?

  • Tyskie (37%, 22 Votes)
  • EB (34%, 20 Votes)
  • Lech (29%, 17 Votes)

Total Voters: 59

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Polish Beer Gluten Test Low Gluten Free Beer Test Results Coeliac Disease Celiac Sensitive Gluten Sensitivity Intolerance

Poll closed on 23/01/2016.

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

I recently found a store which sells a number of trappist beers. I excluded some beers already as they contain wheat like Grimbergen and Chimay. So here is your chance to vote for your favourite trappist beer (containing barley but no wheat).

Which Trappist beer do you want me to test next?

  • La Chouffe Blonde (49%, 38 Votes)
  • La Trappe Tripel (46%, 36 Votes)
  • Tongerlo Blonde (5%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 78

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Beligan Beer Gluten TestPoll closed on 05/07/2015.

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

Heineken is the most popular Dutch beer. I tested Heineken already some time ago but on a 40 ppm threshold. Don’t ask me why I have done that. It was my first test with GlutenTox Home so I played around with the levels and thresholds I guess but more useful are the 20 or 5 ppm thresholds.

Anyway, this is the chance to get Heineken tested again on a 5 ppm threshold if it wins the poll. Opponents are Grolsch and Alfa. Please vote below.

Which Dutch beer do you want me to test next?

  • Heineken (55%, 67 Votes)
  • Grolsch (29%, 35 Votes)
  • Alfa (16%, 19 Votes)

Total Voters: 121

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Dutch Beer Gluten Test Low Gluten Free Beer Test Results Coeliac Disease Celiac Sensitive Gluten Sensitivity IntolerancePoll closed on 30/04/2015.

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

There are plenty of excellent beers available in Czech Republic. The best selling beer within the country is Gambrinus -the god of beer- which I already tested in 2013. The most famous beer of course is Budweiser due to the popularity of its American brother which only have the same name but nothing else in common. Pilsner Urquell is a famous Czech export beer whilst Staropramen is the favourite beer in the capital Prague. Please vote which of these Czech beers you want me to test next.

Budweiser (Czech Original)
Staropramen
Pilsner Urquell

Which Czech beer do you want me to test next?

  • Pilsner Urquell (43%, 47 Votes)
  • Budweiser (Czech Original) (40%, 44 Votes)
  • Staropramen (17%, 19 Votes)

Total Voters: 110

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Poll closed on 23/01/2015.

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?

  • Yes (96%, 172 Votes)
  • No (4%, 7 Votes)

Total Voters: 179

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Poll closed on 21/10/2014

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 (14%, 22 Votes)

Total Voters: 153

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

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

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

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

Michelob Ultra: #9 of America’s best selling beers of 2012
Miller Lite: #4 of America’s best selling beers of 2012
Coors Light: #2 of America’s best selling beers of 2012

Which American light beer do you want me to test next?

  • Coors Light (39%, 25 Votes)
  • Miller Lite (36%, 23 Votes)
  • Michelob Ultra (25%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 64

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Poll American Light Beer Gluten TestPoll closed on 24/01/2014.

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

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

Budweiser: #3 of America’s best selling beers of 2012
Miller High Life: #11 of America’s best selling beers of 2012
Pabst Blue Ribbon: #17 of America’s best selling beers of 2012

Which American beer do you want me to test next?

  • Miller High Life (39%, 16 Votes)
  • Budweiser (39%, 16 Votes)
  • Pabst Blue Ribbon (22%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 41

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Poll closed on 28/11/2013.

Poll American Beer Gluten Test

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