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    Being sensitive to sorghum rules out Redbridge. I have tried and enjoy Omission beers.  I'm a cheap light beer in a can kind of guy, and my go to is Omission Ultimate Light Golden Ale I think it's called.  Omission does use regular beer ingredients and then does something to remove gluten during the brewing process.  Please read about them at their site: https://www.drinkomission.com/ While in...
    There are some pretty good Certified gluten free beers out there.  My fav is Ground Breaker brewed in Oregon.  My local liquor store (CA) carries it.   https://www.groundbreakerbrewing.com/faq-gluten-free-beer But.....you are just newly diagnosed.  Anything you eat can wreak havoc on your sore gut (intestines, liver, etc.). Can you wait a few more weeks before drinking?  If not, try so...
    I would immediately go gluten free. It will save you a lot of misery. I am 53 and never have been diagnosed with celiac even tho: Quit period 36 Calcium deficiency Iron deficiency  Vitamin D Deficiency  I have diverticula and stage 1 osteoporosis. I am gluten free since april 23 and am not ever going to stop. It isn't easy but it is worth it. Go non gmo, organic and eat l...