Celiac Awareness Day – Omission Beer

“I am writing to you today on behalf of Omission, a craft brewery specializing in gluten-removed beers. Whether you are affected by celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or just choose to have a gluten-free diet and lifestyle (BUT LOVE BEER!), Omission has made its mission to produce great tasting, high quality, SAFE and consistent beer. All Omission beers are produced to test well under the International and FDA standards of the “gluten free” level of 20PPM, and each batch and bottle is tested to legitimize this quality. You will find a test label on every single bottle of Omission, so that you may look up the exact test results of each individual bottle. **Omission is gluten-removed, so although the beer tests well under PPM standards, keep in mind that it is possible for someone with an extremely sensitive intolerance to feel the effects of gluten.

Leading up to Celiac Awareness Month in October, I wanted to reach out and let you know that Omission will be setting up multiple events in October to support awareness around the St. Louis area. We strive to help promote awareness both in restaurants and in grocery stores, and will be setting up samplings and cross-promotional events with GF food companies throughout the month of October.

As a kickoff, we will be supporting Celiac Awareness Day this Friday, September 13th at a couple locations in the St. Louis area. We would like to invite you and your group to casually stop by either of the following locations on Friday and try a featured GF food menu item alongside an Omission Lager or Omission Pale Ale beer:

• Cottleville Wine Seller, 5314 Highway N, St. Charles, MO (5-7pm)

Taylor Browning
Division Sales Manager, Missouri
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