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Is there such a thing as gluten free beer?

Where can a person get gluten free beer?

Asked by Kaleidoscope Acres on Mar 12, 2013

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Sam Montana   L6: Pro (Ambassador: L2)   1,845 answers   +1,347 votes
This answer has +1 votes  by Kaleidoscope Acres

There are numerous gluten free beers. According to Bon Appetite magazine, here is a list of some of the best gluten free beers.

  • Sprecher Brewing Co.: Shakparo Ale from Wisconsin
  • Estrella Damm: Daura from Spain
  • Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales: Tweason'ale  from Deleware
  • Harvester Fresh Hop IPA from Oregon
  • Epic Brewing Company: Glutenator from Utah
  • Lakefront Brewery: New Grist was America’s first gluten free beer
  • New Planet Gluten Free Beer: Raspberry Ale from Colorado
  • Omission Beer: Lager of Oregon cannot be labeled as gluten free, but the beer is below the established cut-off line for gluten free products.

Edited by Sam Montana 18 months ago
Posted on Mar 12, 2013

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