Aurochs Brewing partners hoist plans to market gluten-free brew

Doug Foster and Ryan Bove are entering the beer business by writing their own personal Reinheitsgebot, taking the centuries-old German beer purity law and revising it to match their own dietary needs.

Working with seed money from a handful of programs originating from Carnegie Mellon University and other startup funds, where Bove was a student at the Tepper School of Business, Foster and Bove are preparing for a spring commercial launch of what is believed to be the region’s first gluten-free beer.

Read more in the Pittsburgh Business Times