Celia Lager | Review

This week I received a rather pleasant delivery in the form of gluten free, vegan friendly, Czech beer, which was kindly sent to be from the guys at Celia Lager.

I was lucky enough to be sent a few samples of both their Celia Organic and Celia Dark. Considering I’m a big fan of lager I couldn’t wait to give them a try!

Brewed in the Czech town of Žatec, Celia Lager has been hand crafted and has kept the same brewing methods since the day production first began. One of the main focus points of this brand is that the gluten has been removed from their products so it can partner with specific meals and give you the best tasting flavour possible, as they say Celia is #brewedforfood.

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Celia Organic was my personal favourite, a refreshing, light tasting drink which in my opinion, would be best enjoyed during the summer months whilst the BBQ is cooking away. If you like larger with a bit of a twist then this drink is for you.

Next up was Celia Dark, which to me was similar to a stout – perfect for cooking! As soon as I tried this dark larger I immediately thought of a hearty winter recipe it could be added too. Compared to Celia Light, it’s stronger in taste and not as light but it was a surprising change to my normal lager choices.

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Thanks again to the guys at Celia for sending me these samples to taste. Check out their Website and Twitter for more info on their products.

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