Today’s Press Herald includes an article about what local school districts are doing to address the needs of their students who need a gluten-free diet,
Scarborough is among the Maine school districts that are adjusting their cafeteria options for a growing number of students who don’t eat gluten, a protein in wheat, rye, barley and triticale.
and a What Ales You column that explains the difference between lagers and ales.
The first dividing line is between lagers and ales. Lagers are made with yeast that ferments at the bottom of the fermenting vessel and are fermented and conditioned at cooler temperatures. Ales use top-fermenting yeast at warmer temperatures.