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Great Gluten-Free Beer

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Hi all,

I didn't think gluten-free beer would taste very good, and figured that I'd just as well pass. I went out to eat this weekend though with family to a gluten-friendly place, and they were all excited about me trying the gluten-free beer. Turns out it was great!

Redbridge is a crisp lager that tastes like Red Stripe.

Green's is a stout, much like Guinness. My husband even liked it better than Guinness; it doesn't have that bitter aftertaste. I can't wait to try it again!

lucia

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Hi all,

I didn't think gluten-free beer would taste very good, and figured that I'd just as well pass. I went out to eat this weekend though with family to a gluten-friendly place, and they were all excited about me trying the gluten-free beer. Turns out it was great!

Redbridge is a crisp lager that tastes like Red Stripe.

Green's is a stout, much like Guinness. My husband even liked it better than Guinness; it doesn't have that bitter aftertaste. I can't wait to try it again!

lucia

I was never a beer drinker before, but I love Redbridge, sauerkraut, and sausage baked together. I also use it for "beer butt" chicken. It is delicious.

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Just picked up some Green's yesterday...really liked it. The store carried the Amber Ale, Blonde Ale, and Dubbel Dark....really liked the dark. Yum ! Great for summer....they were out of Redbridge though. I have tried Bard's too and thought it was fine...

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There's a gluten-free stout??? Wohoo!!!! B) Where do I get it?

I didn't think much of Redbridge. It's too heavily hopped for my taste.

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Another great one is St Peter's

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There's a gluten-free stout??? Wohoo!!!! B) Where do I get it?

I didn't think much of Redbridge. It's too heavily hopped for my taste.

Skylark - I know! I (used to) love Guinness.

I guess they don't call it a stout explicitly, but it tastes like one! It's Greens Double Dark Beer.

I don't know where to get it except at the restaurant in Manhattan where I had it (Risoterria), but I'm new to all this. I've never even bought Redbridge.

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Hi all,

I didn't think gluten-free beer would taste very good, and figured that I'd just as well pass. I went out to eat this weekend though with family to a gluten-friendly place, and they were all excited about me trying the gluten-free beer. Turns out it was great!

Redbridge is a crisp lager that tastes like Red Stripe.

Green's is a stout, much like Guinness. My husband even liked it better than Guinness; it doesn't have that bitter aftertaste. I can't wait to try it again!

lucia

Besides Bard's there's also New Grist

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Besides Bard's there's also New Grist

I can only get Redbridge around here. I did find Bards and it was $12.00 for six. But that Redbridge, it's, to me, like taking shots of straight up mooonshine. It knocks me on my BUTT - I mean, one does.

I'm not sure what's up with that........

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