Even more people will now have the chance to enjoy the great taste of Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Italy’s most iconic beer, as they launch a gluten-free beer in bars, restaurants and pubs across the UK…
After successfully launching their certified gluten-free beer to UK markets in late 2016, which were sold exclusively through Tesco and Carluccio’s, Peroni Nastro Azzurro Gluten Free beer will now be available to purchase from bars, restaurants and pubs in 330ml bottles from 1 April. The bottle will feature a red cap to distinguish the beer from its gluten-containing counterparts.
A spokesman for the Asahi UK-owned brand said: “Research showed that consumers desired greater choice from brands they recognised and trust within the gluten-free sector and they believed Peroni Nastro Azzurro was worth paying more for in comparison to other gluten-free beer options.”
Original recipe unaltered
It added: “Using their extensive skills and experience, so as not to alter the original recipe, Peroni’s Italian brew masters have perfected the process of removing the gluten from the finished product which means that Peroni Nastro Azzurro Gluten Free has the same delicate balance of bitterness and citrus aromatic notes as Peroni Nastro Azzurro as well as the trademark refreshing, clean finish.”
“Peroni’s Italian brew masters have perfected a new gluten free recipe for Italy’s most iconic beer – without compromising on taste. Peroni Nastro Azzurro Gluten Free has the same delicate balance of bitterness and citrus aromatic notes as Peroni Nastro Azzurro, as well as the trademark refreshing, clean finish – but simply contains no gluten. The new Gluten Free beer has been certified and endorsed by the Italian Coeliac Association and will enable even more people the chance to enjoy the great taste of Peroni Nastro Azzurro.”
If you can’t wait until April 1st to try Peroni’s gluten-free offering, you can enjoy Peroni Nastro Azzurro Gluten Free at Carluccio’s restaurants, and they are also available to purchase in Tesco too, priced at £4.25/330ml bottle.
Source: Morning Advertiser.