Kosher-for-Passover beer? Maybe for next year

When Bryan Meadan was diagnosed with celiac disease, he did what any beer-lover would do: He started to brew his own gluten-free beer.

April 17, 2014 17:33

Meadan at the Mivshelet Ha’am shared brewing facility where he brews his gluten-free Buckwheat Malt Ale.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Eight years ago, Bryan Meadan, who lives in Har Halutz, near Karmiel, was diagnosed with celiac disease – an immune response to gluten that can cause serious damage to the intestine.

Since gluten is found in wheat, barley, rye and other grains, he was forced to make major changes in his diet.


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