Oh heck YES! I’m super crazy sensitive and I had a pizza AND BEER! It was freaking AH-MAZING!!! So so SO delicious, fantastic environment, great vibe and some of the best service we have ever had. Truly amazing! The gf and non-gf people in our group both highly enjoyed!!! MUST GO!!!!!
I am super sensitive to gluten and have a wheat allergy. I can’t even sit in the restaurant without having a hard time breathing because of the wheat in the air. However, they are so careful with creating the pizzas that I would consider it to be celiac friendly! I have never gotten sick having their pizza as long as I don’t sit in the restaurant to eat it which is weird but hey it works!
Best stop on my road trip! Was a little skeptical about the gluten removal but it was the last day of vacation and reviews were good so after confirming that they remove gluten and test batches with the waitress I went for it. tried almost all the tap beers. They had an AMAZING selection! I took home 3 growlers- double IPA, Cream Ale and a Berliner Weisse. O am sensitive celiac and had no gluten reaction. Was tempted on a few more growler fills but figured that would have to do. Pizza crust was also excellent and it was obvious they use fresh and quality ingredients for toppings. Service also phenomenal. There was a minor mix up on my pizza order but it was an accident and happened at a reqlly busy time. They were so attentive and quick to fix it! Also great to talk to about beer options. Cant wait for a chance to go back!
Beer is celiac friendly, they test every batch to be sure it comes in under 10 ppm. I of course was hesitant to take my first sip after seeing wheat on the ingredient list, but decided to go for it. It tasted great and I had no reaction! I didn’t try any food, but have eaten the pizza before and it was the best I have ever had! Overall, I 100% recommend to celiacs!
Got 1/2 way through my salad and discovered some hidden croutons under the meat. I think must have made it and then realized it was supposed to be gluten free and picked the croutons off before sending it out. Disappointing since the host stand said they take precautions for celiacs. I told the waitress before we left to tell the kitchen that there had been croutons in my salad (since I didn't want it to happen to anyone else). She argued a little bit since she said she had asked for it to be gluten free, but was ultimately nice about it and even took it off our check.
Unfortunately we were not able to try the gf beer ): but the gf pizza was by far the best I've ever had! And I'm very picky and very sensitive to cross contamination. I never got sick at all and my daughter who 'sacrificed ' with gf so I could try 2 kinds thought it was delicious. Highly recommend
I was amazed by my experience at Bridger Brewing. They enzymatically remove gluten from their beers so that those of us with Celiacs can enjoy real beer - not the poor gf-substitutes that are generally available. The gf pizza was amazing too. The waitress was insistent that their beer and pizza were celiac friendly, so I (hesitantly) gave it a try. I haven't had any of my typical "glutened"symptoms and enjoyed the best meal I'd had in a long time. Awesome job, Bridger Brewing. I only wish I lived closer! I would like to note that the only negative review on here for Bridger Brewing was from someone who chose not to try the food or beer (their prerogative).
They are advertising their pizza and beer as gluten free for celiacs while they are not. The pizza is prepared separately but in the same kitchen with the regular pizzas, creating a major chance for cross contamination especially with all the flour. The beer is gluten removed which is not gluten free. While the batches they test come in under the parts per million acceptable for someone with celiac disease to consume, but they do not test every batch. There is no way to assure quality control. If you have celiac disease- diagnosed by a doctor- this is not a good place to eat.