Calling all Gluten Free Foodies! Embrace your tastebuds and live your wildest dreams this Coeliac Awareness week, with Wilde Gluten Free (GF) Beer. This March, Wilde Beer is supporting Coeliac Awareness Week (13-20 March) by encouraging Australians with gluten intolerance or coeliac disease to embrace foods they would typically have to forego, with a range of unique and delicious GF recipes that will have everybody drooling for more!
Wilde GF Pale Ale is the first and only GF beer in the world to be both certified FODMAP friendly and endorsed by Coeliac Australia. The crisp Pale Ale boasts tropical flavours made from 100% white sorghum grain that is Gluten Free and non-GMO. Both the brewing and manufacturing process is endorsed by Coeliac Australia and suitable for Australians with gluten intolerances or coeliac disease.
To coincide with Coeliac Awareness Week, Wilde has partnered with leading GF Chef, Author and TV Presenter Helen Tzouganatos, to create a range of recipes that are designed with coeliac and gluten intolerant Aussies in mind; including a GF Beer and Beef Brisket Pie, as well as a fun take on classic Italian donuts, Bom-beer-linis!
Helen Tzouganatos, who is a renowned Gluten Free Cook and Author says, “For many people, developing a gluten intolerance can often be very distressing, as they believe this means they have to say goodbye to some of their favourite food and beverages. But in 2021, this is no longer the case, with so many incredible GF alternatives on the market including breads, pastas, beers…which taste just as good as the “real thing”.
“I am so excited to partner with Wilde Beer to help create some delicious new recipes that many would assume aren’t accessible, due to being primarily gluten-based. My new recipe, a Beer and Beef Brisket Pie uses the Wilde Pale Ale to add flavour and complexity to the meat filling, as it has fruity citrus notes that complement the richness of the braised beef brisket and caramelised vegetables. The pie is also dairy free, as more than 50% of people who are GF, also avoid dairy…so this recipe ticks many allergen boxes without compromising on flavour.”
In addition to being GF and vegan, Wilde Pale Ale contains no additives or preservatives, is all natural with only 112 calories per serving, and contains no added sugar or sweeteners – using purified water to ensure only the best flavours of the beer shine through.
If lockdown over the last year or so has exhausted your culinary abilities, you can head down to one of Wilde’s partner venues today to try Helen’s tempting new recipes. Venues include:
Burdekin Hotel & Rooftop
2-4 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Open Mon-Thurs: 4pm-Late
Mr Edwards Alehouse & Kitchen
46 Upper Edward St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Open Mon-Fri: 7am-Late
Sat-Sun from 8am