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Mythos Gluten Test

As announced in my previous post this is the first test of Greek beer. Not much to say about this beer, average taste, easy to drink but not really my thing. But the purpose of this site is to test the gluten level and here you go:

Beer: Mythos
Producer: Mythos Brewery
Originating country: Greece
Brewing location: Greece
Bottle size: 0.33 l
Alcohol by volume: 5.0%
Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, yeast (internet research as ingredients are listed in Greek on the bottle)
Miscellaneous:

Mythos Gluten Test Mythos Gluten Test

Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit

Test result: The test result is negative. 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. 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.

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16 Comments

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    Davo

    I’m on holiday in Greece and as a coeliac,I’ve had no I’ll effects on Mythos. This is great news. Your website is soooo good. Thanks.

    • Steffen

      Hey Davo, thanks for the nice words. Enjoy your time in Greece! Cheers Steffen

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      Chris

      Hi Davo I’m in Greece at the moment and really in two minds about whether to take a chance on the Mythos! I’m coeliac as well and I could do without the tiredness and (ahem) toilet issues! Do you normally have a strong reaction if you get glutened? You reckon the Mythos is safe in your opinion?

      Cheers
      Chris

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        Hannah

        Hi Chris – out of curiousity did you try the Mythos?

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    Jen

    I am loving that I can drink this. I’ve had no reaction at all in a week (drinking it daily) after 6 years of a nasty reaction to any beer not specified gluten free.

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    Graham

    I’m allergic to everything, so it seems. I have celiac disease. Even wine brings on skin sores. I’m in crete on holiday and I couldn’t find anything to drink. I Googled gluten free Greek beers. The mythos beer came up. I tried one at a time and got to three. Felt fine and no reaction. Had three the day after. Fine again. I’m so happy 😊

    • Steffen

      Hi Graham, good to hear you had no reaction. I had also no reaction when I was there and will spend my next holiday on Crete again. Cheers Steffen

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      Rebecca

      Hi, my husband is pleased about this!! Can you have Mythos in draught, cab and bottle? Or does this differ?
      Thank you

      • Steffen

        Hi Rebecca,

        Yes there might be a difference. Could be different brewing location or processes which could return different test results.

        Cheers Steffen

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    Steve

    Thanks for advice. I normally stick to wine in Greece but like lager. I’m coeliac and have been since the 1970s. Do you think bottled and can Mythos is the same ingredient? To reassure me thanks

    • Steffen

      Hi Steve, this is a long time being a coeliac and gf options were probably limited some decades ago.
      The ingredients should be the same but the brewing process can vary. I am not a brewing expert but can imagine that there are different processes for bottles and barrels.
      Cheers Steffen

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    Robert

    I moved to Crete and have been drinking Mythos often with no reaction to date. This is truly a wonderful find!

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