In a world where it is becoming more common for people to have gluten sensitivity, it is a rare occasion when a gluten-containing beer is produced.
Gluten-free beers are rarer still because they are very expensive to make and, while they have been made for decades, they are only now becoming more widely available.
The only way to be sure that a beer is gluten-Free is to look for it.
To do this, New Scientist used an advanced system to measure the gluten content in each of the five different beer styles we looked at: Bread, Brown Ale, IPA, Wheat Beer and Gluten-Free Beer.
This is the method used by the Food Standards Agency in the UK.
We measured gluten content of all five beers using the Gluten Free Beer Scale.
In this chart, you can see how the gluten levels compare for each beer style.
All beers were then analysed by using the Celiac Sensitivity Test.
It consists of two parts: a taste test, which can be done with a taste-tester or by using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, and an analytical analysis, which takes the gluten level and produces a report of how much of it there is.
New Scientist contacted all the breweries that had made their beer with Gluten Sensitivity test results and found that all were in the same ballpark.
However, it seems that there is a big difference in the amount of gluten in different types of beers.
For example, if you look at the chart above, a Brown Ale is probably slightly more gluten-tolerant than a Wheat Beer.
This is because the wheat beer has a higher level of the enzyme-like immunosortrease in the beer which converts it to a more soluble form.
So if you have a Brown, then you might not want to drink it.
It’s probably a good idea to try your beer at home first and see how it goes.
But for the beer-drinking public, there are still some things you need to know.
The best way to determine if your beer is Gluten Safe is to test it in the lab.
Gluten is found in barley and wheat, but also in some fruits and vegetables.
The amount of the protein in your beer will be determined by the amount you consume in your day.
This means that if you’re planning to drink your beer with a friend and they are not sensitive, then they should also be safe.
However, a beer which has a very low gluten content should be safe too.
As well as the amount that you drink in your diet, there is also the amount which is stored in the body.
This may make your beer taste more bitter or make it less tasty.
This should also make it more likely to be used as a gluten free ingredient.