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Wadworth’s 6X Gold gluten-free beer goes vegan

Wadworth’s gluten-free beer 6X Gold has extended its free from credentials by going vegan too.

Wadworth’s gluten-free beer 6X Gold has extended its "free from" credentials by going vegan too.  The award-winning beer is establishing itself as a favourite beer with both golden ale and gluten-free beer fans.  It recently reached the finals of the Free From Pub and Bar awards and received a bronze at the International Beer Challenge 2017.

Speaking about its vegan credentials, CEO for Wadworth, Chris Welham said, “6X Gold is extremely popular with drinkers who like beer and also those that need to choose a gluten-free diet.  What became very apparent in our discussions with customers is that there is a real demand for vegan products too.  We set about changing the brewing process so that this award-winning beer is vegan also”.

The new vegan and gluten-free 6X Gold will be launched at the Allergy & Free From show at London’s Olympia on the 6th to 8th July and can be bought online at www.wadworth.co.uk or from some Tesco stores in the South West of England.

6X Gold is certified by Coeliac UK and is traditionally brewed by Wadworth, the independent family brewer based in Devizes, Wiltshire.  To make the beer vegan, the isinglass finings were replaced by a silicate & polysaccharide finings agent in the brewing process.  The beer takes 6 weeks to create and is specially bottled to retain its gluten-free and vegan status. It is a hoppy and refreshing ale with sweet malt and spicy notes.

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Pictured: 6X Gold beer

Press Contact: Media@wadworth.co.uk

About Wadworth:

Wadworth is an independent family brewer and regional pub operator, very proud of its West Country roots. Founded by Henry A Wadworth, the business passed to his founding partner John Smith Bartholomew and is now in the fourth-generation of ownership by the Bartholomew family. Wadworth has created original beers at its brewery in Devizes, Wiltshire since 1875 and is one of the few remaining family brewers to deliver to the local area using shire horses. It also has a 200-strong pub estate and works hard with its business partners and managers to ensure that the pubs offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, quality food and drink and excellent accommodation to make their customers’ days.

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