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19th April 2019

Wadworth launches new inclusive gluten free menus

6X Gold gluten free battered fish and chips

Wadworth the independent family brewer and regional pub operator has launched new Spring and Summer gluten free menus and an increased vegan offering for its managed pubs. The menus will be available from Easter in their managed pub estate throughout the west country.

Over 100 new dishes are available for the pubs to choose from that are either gluten free or vegan, developed by the food development team at Wadworth.  Customers can enjoy all the classic meals including gluten free beer battered fish and chips, a range of sandwiches with artisan free from bread and unique and exciting vegan dishes.

Speaking about the new menu, operations manager for Wadworth Toby Bartholomew said, “Many people have food tolerances which reduce the choices available to them when eating out and many choose it as a lifestyle choice.  What we have done at Wadworth is create menus that offer a great selection to everyone whatever your lifestyle choice or food intolerance.  Gone are the days that it’s acceptable to just offer vegetable lasagne as an option on your menu and because of this, menus are becoming more exciting and varied and Wadworth is playing a huge part in this”.

Wadworth has 55 managed pubs in the west country which offer the new gluten free menu.  They also serve their own gluten free and vegan beer 6X Gold in their pubs.

Adding Bartholomew said, “Our menus are inclusive.  If you want a Sunday roast you can get one whether you are gluten free or a meat eater, our menu development team have created a selection of Sunday roasts to meet everyone’s needs”.


Notes to Editor:  Wadworth gluten free menus are accredited by Coeliac UK and are recognised with the knife and fork symbol.

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Press Contact: Elaine Beckett; Tel: 07802 782115; Email:


About Wadworth

Wadworth is a regional pub operator and family brewer, with over 200 pubs across the South West of Britain. Founded by Henry A Wadworth, the business passed to his founding partner John Smith Bartholomew and is now in the fourth generation of management by the Bartholomew family. Wadworth has brewed beer at its Victorian brewery in Devizes, Wiltshire, since 1875, and is one of the few remaining family brewers to deliver to the local area using shire horses. The estate is split between tenanted and managed pubs and Wadworth works hard to ensure that its pubs offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, excellent quality food and drink including its sought after brand 6X.  For more information visit:



Elaine Beckett

PR & Communications Consultant


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