Who doesn’t love a cold, frosty beer on a hot summer day? I have to honestly say, not me. Beer always made me feel so bad that I never enjoyed drinking it. Now that there are satisfying gluten free options on the market, I still don’t have any interest.
Since I am in the minority, it’s the official start of summer, and there are now decent gluten free beers on the market, I thought I’d share the favorites within the gluten free community.
Please note that these are not personal endorsements, as I am not a beer afficionado. They are, however, the options that are most commonly available and which I hear my gluten free friends talk about.
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Redbridge – Made by Anheuser-Busch, the makers of many beer brands you know, including Budweiser, Michelob, Busch, Bass, Beck’s, Kirin, Stella Artois and Rolling Rock.
Bard’s - Founded by two beer-loving celiacs, this is an American-made beer brewed with 100% malted sorghum, a gluten free grain.
New Grist - A pilsner-style gluten free beer made by Lakefront Brewery, Inc.
Dogfish Head Tweason’Ale - From the popular craft brewery comes a gluten free ale made from strawberries, sorghum and honey.
New Planet – This is a gluten free beer company with an environmental mission. They offer three brews: Tread Lightly Ale; 3R Raspberry Ale and Off Grid Pale Ale. The site offers fun gluten free recipes to pair with the beer.
Now you are equipped to enjoy a cold, frosty, gluten free one at your backyard barbecue this weekend. I, however, will stick to my favorite summer drink…sparkling wine.This entry was posted in Gluten Free Lifestyle and tagged Anheuser-Busch, Bard's, Bard's Gluten Free Beer, Dogfish Head Tweason'Ale, gluten free, gluten free beer, Green's Gluten Free Beer, New Grist, New Grist Gluten Free Beer, New Planet Gluten Free Beer, Redbridge. Bookmark the permalink.← 31 Days of Celiac Awareness – Tips for Safe Gluten Free Grilling31 Days of Celiac Awareness – Gluten Free Magazines →