St Peters Gluten Free Brewery Tour
30 July 2016 , 9.30am- 6pm approx
St Peters Brewery.St Peters Hall, Bungay
St. Peter’s Brewery is based at St. Peter South Elmham, near Bungay in Suffolk. Nestled in beautiful, unspoilt countryside on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. St. Peter’s is a much loved, iconic, historic and romantic building dated from 1280 with a picturesque moat, outside terrace and lawned garden
This exciting event has been organised by The Thirst Consultants. Some of you may know Cheryl from her talks at our events and blog posts on gluten free beers.We are so excited to be involved with this event and to be guided through the day by such an experienced Beer Sommelier who will be giving advise, tips and things to look for and answer any questions through out the day.
The brewers and Sommelier at St. Peter’s Brewery will take you on a tour around this fabulous award winning brewery and explain the process from start to finish on how their gluten free beer is brewed. With their wealth of knowledge they will answer any questions you may have regarding the brewery or the brewing process, the history surrounding the brewery and the business at St Peters and an opportunity to sample the delights of this process.
You will also sample some of their beer in the medieval hall or outside with views of the moat and Suffolk country side.
You will get to enjoy a fabulous gluten free lunch then a relaxing wander around the grounds and shop where you can purchase some of St Peters delicious gluten free beers. We will then head off for a bit of shopping at a quaint BRAND NEW little 100% gluten free deli which hosts a fantastic range of produce. Then a wander around the beautiful village of Diss before returning by coach back to Norwich before 6pm.
The tour cost includes the, Travel, Tour and Lunch (or altenative if we are notified in advance)
It does not include any extra food or drinks that are not part of the already mentioned item. Note the above was correct at time of launch. If changes are made you will be notified as soon as we can.
The tour is subject to numbers attending
- Spaces are limited so early booking is advised.
To book your ticket go to bottom of the article for link.
St. Peter’s Brewery is based at St. Peter South Elmham, near Bungay in Suffolk. Nestled in beautiful, unspoilt countryside on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. St. Peter’s is a much loved, iconic, historic and romantic building dated from 1280 with a picturesque moat, outside terrace and lawned garden. The brewery itself was built in 1996 and is housed in an attractive range of traditional former agricultural buildings adjacent to St. Peter’s Hall.
Siting the brewery at St. Peter’s was ideal because of the excellent water quality from our own deep bore-hole. Locally malted barley is used, together with Kentish hops, to produce a range of classical English cask-conditioned ales. In addition the company produces a range of superb bottled beers.
* For people who suffer from coeliac disease it is difficult to find a beer that they can drink with safety. Most beers contain at least some gluten which comes from the barley and other cereals used in brewing.
St Peters Brewery have the answer.
The beer at St Peters is brewed using sorghum instead of wheat making it suitable for Coeliacs and is licensed by Coeliac UK (license number CUK – M – 085), the charity for people with coeliac disease. The beer has an AVB of 4.2%.
St. Peter’s Managing Director, Colin Cordy, said;
“When we decided to brew a gluten free beer, we set ourselves the challenge to produce a beer which was every bit as good as our normal award winning range of ales and beers. To give the beer its’ own character we selected American grown Amarillo hops and these give the beer a citrus and mandarin aroma. The beer is clean and crisp with a pilsner style lager finish. We have had many positive comments about G-Free™ ranging from industry experts to consumers with coeliac disease including many who had previously given up hope of drinking beer again since being diagnosed.”
(*information taken from the Camera fact sheet on gluten free beers.)
If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Cheryl at email@example.com
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