SOUTH AFRICA – Darling Brew, has introduced its latest creation, ‘BREAK FREE’ Gluten-Free Lager, captivating beer enthusiasts with a harmonious blend of taste, sustainability, and a commitment to conscious living.  

This game-changing creation reflects the brewery’s passion for exceptional brewing, setting the stage for a delightful and eco-friendly beer experience. 

“Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, ‘BREAK FREE’ is not just a gluten-free alternative; it’s a liberation for both taste buds and dietary preferences.  

By skillfully removing gluten without sacrificing flavor, Darling Brew has redefined the boundaries of beer enjoyment, providing a refreshing option for those with dietary restrictions,” said the company statement. 

Tewie Roos, the Managing Director of Darling Brew, expressed excitement about the launch, stating, “At Darling Brew, we believe that beer should be about enjoyment, and that’s exactly what our ‘BREAK FREE’ brings to the table.”  

Perfectly timed for summer and the festive season, “BREAK FREE” is poised to become an ideal gift and a delectable addition to celebratory tables. The beer’s enticing flavor profile and commitment to sustainability make it a standout choice for those seeking a conscious and delightful drinking experience. 

As Africa’s first carbon-neutral brewery, Darling Brew has a rich history of pushing boundaries and embracing sustainability since its inception in 2010. The brewery’s commitment to values such as sustainability, biodiversity, conservation, quality, and passion has garnered recognition through numerous awards.  

In 2023 alone, Darling Brew secured eight awards at the South African National Beer Trophy Awards and an additional five at the African Beer Cup. 

Among the gold medal-winning brews are the non-alcoholic Just Naked Lager, Tjaila Grapefruit Shandy, ‘Light Speed’ Low Alcohol Lager, and ‘Black Mist’ Black Ale.  

Tewie Roos emphasized, “We take great pride in these accolades, which serve as a testament to our commitment to excellence.” 

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