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Gluten Free Beers-- Reviews

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Do note that many of the beers they review here are the "Gluten Removed" kind, which I do not recommend Celiacs consume.  If you do, it is at your own risk.  

 

The comments on new planet are funny, because my husband tried that at a GFAF expo and was gagging, lol.  But he also doesn't like regular beer.


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LOL  I like their precise wordings to rank the beers, such as "Meh".   :lol:

 

I like Greens, but the darker beers instead of lagers... still tastes like a home brew though.


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Minnesota has a 100% gluten free dedicated brewery called Burning Brothers Brewing.  They currently have one commercial canned beer/ale (Pyro) that is available in MN (and maybe in WI and IA). If you are lucky enough to be in the Twin Cities you can visit the taproom which has a larger selection.

 

Top three if I stop at my local store

Burning Brothers  (Pyro)  ( I drink the coffee and stout in the taproom)

Glutenberg American pale (Red can) or  IPA (Green can *** may be too hoppy for those that drank miller/bud)

New Planet Pale Ale   (I'm surprised they panned New Planets Pale ale).

 

Easier to find (bar) and drink in volume (if that's your thing)

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Bards

 

I won't touch gluten reduced beers (Omission, etc...)

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This post made me look at what I drink, There is only one choice in the supermarket and that is  Schnitzer Brau, German, and it says its organic and Gluten Free, it tastes really good actually...this is what they say about it.. 

 

"Schnitzer Bräu's organic, gluten-free beer is made from millet malt and brewed in Offenburg in the Black Forest. Classically malt-driven with a persistent refreshing palate and a fresh, clean finish"

 

What I would really like though is some vegan wine, but I will have to order that online I think.


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Schnitzer Brau is available at some stores here in Ontario, and I like it. I also enjoy Bard's. Not so impressed with New Grist.


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