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The Beer Diaries

Gluten-Free Guide

Whether you have a natural intolerance to gluten, or you've chosen to alter your diet to exclude it, beer is usually not going to work for you. Of course, there are exceptions, and we would like to help separate the wheat (and barley) from the chaff.


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Here are the beers in this guide. Click a link below to read the full beer review.

  • Ground Breaker IPA No. 5

    Reviewed by on September 2, 2016 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Ground Breaker IPA No. 5-landscape

    Here we have another offering from Portland’s Ground Breaker Brewing, and once again, it’s made with 100% gluten-free ingredients, as well as the Santiam hop, which is a new one for me. This 22oz bottle pours a clear, medium copper amber colour, with a fistful of puffy, finely foamy, and somewhat fizzy ecru head, which […]

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  • Brasseurs Sans Gluten Glutenberg Blanche

    Reviewed by on May 26, 2016 in Gluten-Free Guide
    BSG Glutenberg Blanche-landscape

    It has certainly been a while since we’ve seen any new Gluten-Free beers arrive around these parts, and I’m glad it was these guys who broke the lull! This 473ml can pours a cloudy, medium tarnished golden yellow colour, with two fingers of puffy, finely foamy, and somewhat creamy dirty white head, which leaves some […]

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  • New Planet Tread Lightly Session Ale

    Reviewed by on November 23, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Tread Lightly Session Ale-landscape

    Tread Lightly Session Ale is another newish brew from New Planet where they explicitly state that they used grains with gluten (yay!), and then ‘crafted’ it out later, so they can’t (or didn’t feel the need to) verify or guarantee the gluten levels herein. This 12oz can pours a clear, pale golden yellow colour, with […]

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  • New Planet Blonde Ale

    Reviewed by on November 20, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Blonde Ale-landscape

    OK, after trying some of New Planet’s recently introduced ‘gluten reduced’ beer a few days ago, we’re back to the sorghum and brown rice extract method of nixing gluten from the beer equation – uh huh. This 12oz bottle pours a clear, medium golden amber colour, with two fingers of puffy, loosely foamy, and mostly […]

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  • Brunehaut Blanche

    Reviewed by on November 19, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Brunehaut Blanche-landscape

    Brunehaut’s Blanche is a sort of straggler to its siblings who have been hanging around amongst my local gluten-free offerings for a long while. In case the ‘barley malt’ on the label is scaring you, it’s actually a ‘deglutenized’ version – feel any better now? This 330ml, squat as ever bottle pours a slightly hazy, […]

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  • New Planet Seclusion IPA

    Reviewed by on November 18, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Seclusion IPA-landscape

    All right, this seems to be a departure for New Planet, as the label (and their website) specifies that they’ve made this one with the normal gluten-rife ingredients, but have used some method or other (oh, sorry, ‘crafted’) to remove it. This 12oz can pours a clear, medium copper amber colour, with three fat fingers […]

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  • New Planet Belgian Style Ale

    Reviewed by on November 13, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Belgian Style Ale-landscape

    The Belgian Style Ale is Boulder, Colorado’s New Planet’s attempt at making a light, blonde, and well, Belgian-inspired offering.  Given that this is made with sorghum and brown rice ‘extract’, we shall see. This 12oz bottle pours a clear, pale golden amber colour, with three fingers of puffy, densely foamy, and somewhat creamy off-white head, […]

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  • Widmer Omission IPA

    Reviewed by on August 31, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Widmer Omission IPA-landscape

    Portland, Oregon’s Widmer Brothers have a separate brand (see http://omissionbeer.com) for their gluten-free series of brews, ones that are made in the normal manner, i.e. with malted barley.  They then remove the gluten via an enzyme treatment process that you can see explained on their site.  Now, on to their IPA! This 12oz bottle pours […]

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  • Anheuser-Busch Redbridge

    Reviewed by on August 28, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Anheuser Busch Redbridge-landscape

    Redbridge is a bucolic-sounding offering from mega-brewing concern AB-Inbev (although it only sez Anheuser-Busch on the front label), made solely with sorghum as the grain base, and corn syrup, y’know, just because. This 12oz bottle pours a clear, bright medium copper amber colour, with one finger of loosely foamy, and mostly just fizzy dirty white […]

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  • To Øl Reparationsbajer Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on August 27, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    To Ol Reparationsbajer-landscape

    ‘Reparationsbajer’ means ‘hangover’, or ‘recovery’ beer in Danish, and this version appears to be almost exactly like its full gluten complement sibling, save for ‘Glutenfri Øl’ written in small letters at the base of the back label.  Oh, and for those keeping score at home, this one is made with barley and oats, and then […]

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  • Lakefront New Grist Ginger Style Ale

    Reviewed by on July 10, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Lakefront New Grist Ginger-landscape

    This is the Lakefront Brewery’s New Grist gluten-free beer, all gingered up, and made with rice in addition to the base sorghum. Now I know why I’m not in support of nutrition labeling on beer – good ol’ cognitive dissonance! This 12oz bottle pours a clear, very pale golden straw colour, with three fingers of […]

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  • Green’s India Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on June 19, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Greens IPA-landscape

    Green’s is an English company, who have their beer made at DeProef Brewery in Belgium.  Here, we have another rare gluten-free IPA, made with millet, buckwheat, rice, and sorghum. This 500ml bottle pours a clear, medium bronzed amber colour, with one very slim finger of wispy and bubbly beige head, which leaves a bit of isolated […]

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  • Ground Breaker Corsa Rose Gold Ale

    Reviewed by on June 18, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Ground Breaker Corsa Rose Gold Ale-landscape

    This one threw me for a while, until I realized that Harvester Brewing is now Ground Breaker Brewing (the result of a rather silly sounding legal challenge last year, from a winery, of all things), and are still of the gluten-free bent.  Made with blackberries, brown rice, oats, and thankfully, hops. Corsa Rose Gold Ale […]

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  • Widmer Omission Lager

    Reviewed by on February 6, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Widmer Omission Lager-landscape

    Like its pale ale brethren, the Omission Lager from Portland’s Widmer Brothers is made with malted barley, ‘specially crafted to be gluten-free’, and coming in at <20 ppm.  Use that info as you will. This 12oz bottle pours a slightly hazy, pale golden yellow colour, with two fingers of puffy, rocky, and mildly bubbly dirty […]

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  • Whistler Forager

    Reviewed by on February 4, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Whistler Forager-landscape

    Whistler Brewing has produced a gluten-free lager, made with sorghum and rice, and named in honour of the Whistling Marmot, who likely would eat stuff just like that.  Interestingly, however, they purport to have well-hopped it with Bravo and Saaz – let us see, then. This 330ml bottle pours a clear, very, very pale straw […]

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  • Widmer Omission Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on January 29, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Widmer Omission Pale Ale-landscape

    The Omission series is Portland, Oregon craft brewing stalwarts Widmer Brothers’ line of gluten-free offerings, the name obviously referring to the lack of a certain component that would readily exist in a brew with a normal malt bill. This 12oz bottle pours a mildly hazy, medium copper amber colour, with one stout finger of weakly […]

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  • Mikkeller Peter, Pale And Mary Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on January 16, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Mikkeller Peter, Pale, and Mary G-F-landscape

    Keeping up with their recent initiative of re-tooling existing brews, this is gypsy-brewer extraordinaire Mikkeller’s gluten-reduced version of their recent Peter, Pale, and Mary offering (a pleasantly punny beer name in the first place), coming in at <20 ppm. This 330ml bottle pours a slightly hazy, pale copper amber hue, with three pudgy fingers of […]

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  • Wold Top Marmalade Porter

    Reviewed by on January 14, 2015 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Wold Top Marmalade Porter-landscape

    Yorkshire’s Wold Top Brewery are back, with a very English sounding (ok, it’s the marmalade) offering, one which falls into the gluten-reduced category as well (< 20ppm). This 330ml bottle pours a clear (I believe), dark brown colour, with prominent red cola highlights, and a thin cap of weakly bubbly beige head, which leaves a […]

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  • Mikkeller American Dream Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on December 2, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Mikkeller American Dream G-F-landscape

    Mikkeller, those gypsy brewing Danes, have recently released a relative slew of new gluten-free re-imaginings of their existing Mikkeller products, such as American Dream (purportedly a Czech-style pilsner) coming in at less than 20ppm. This 330ml bottle pours a clear, bright medium golden yellow colour, with four fat fingers of puffy, densely foamy, and mildly […]

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  • Mikkeller Green Gold Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on November 14, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Mikkeller Green Gold Gluten Free-landscape

    Mikkeller has taken to re-brewing a number of their offerings in gluten-reduced formats, including this, their Green and Gold IPA (less than 20ppm, apparently), which comes fast on the heels of their I Wish IPA. This 330ml bottle pours a clear, dark orange-brick amber colour, with a fistful of puffy, tightly foamy, and lightly bubbly […]

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  • Brunehaut Bio Tripel

    Reviewed by on September 4, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Brunehaut Bio Tripel-landscape

    Another offering from this brewery situated in Wallonia, near the French border, which is indeed gluten-free, to add to the organic, Belgian, and yes, Tripel angles.  They also state that they have come up with their own ‘unique’ and ‘natural’ method to remove the gluten during production, to the point of <5 ppm. This 330ml, squat […]

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  • Mikkeller I Wish Gluten Free IPA

    Reviewed by on September 2, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Mikkeller I Wish GF IPA-landscape

    Mikkeller is a Danish contract brewer, who has a lot of their beer made at the De Proef brewery in Belgium, as is this, which has some appropriate label imagery illustrating the blowing off of grains from the barley stalk. Also, as this is apparently still made with Pilsner, Munich, and Caramunich malts, it must […]

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  • Brunehaut Bio Ambrée

    Reviewed by on August 6, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Brunehaut Bio Amber-landscape

    The Ambrée is another Brunehaut organic and gluten-free offering, with all the same metrics as the blonde, but, y’know, amber. This 330ml mirror-world stubbie pours a slightly glassy, medium orange-brick amber hue, with a rising tower of puffy, tightly foamy, and yet fizzy ecru head, which leaves some attractive striated sudsy lace around the glass […]

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  • Brunehaut Blonde Bio

    Reviewed by on July 25, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Brunehaut Blonde Bio-landscape

    Brunehaut is an artisanal brewery in Wallonia, near the French border, and specializes in producing Abbey-style ales, as well as organic beers – like this Blonde here, which, beyond being organic, has additionally been ‘de-glutenized’ – so much science! This 330ml squat bottle pours a hazy, medium golden straw colour, with a teeming tower of […]

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  • Nouvelle-France Messagère Aux Fruits

    Reviewed by on July 2, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    La Messagere aux Fruits-landscape

    The Nouvelle-France brewery has recently come out with a fruit version of their regular gluten-free ale.  Made with rice, buckwheat, black currant, cherry, raspberry, elderberry, apple, pear, and plum juice. Wow, that’s a metric Québec tonne of fruit! This 341ml bottle pours a clear, bright magenta colour, with one skinny finger of weakly foamy, and […]

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  • Green’s Quest Tripel Blonde Ale

    Reviewed by on June 26, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Greens Quest Tripel Blonde Ale-landscape

    Green’s strongest offering, a Belgian-style (well, it should be, given that this is actually contract brewed in Belgium) Tripel, made with a who’s who of alterna-grains: millet, buckwheat, rice and sorghum. This 500ml bottle pours a clear, medium golden copper colour, with two fingers of rather puffy, and yet thinly foamy off-white head, which leaves […]

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  • Schnitzer Bräu Hirse Lemon

    Reviewed by on June 24, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Schnitzer Brau Hirse Lemon-landscape

    Another offering from this German organic brewery, once again made with millet as its substitute ingredient, now mit ein splash of Continental ‘limonade’. This 330ml bottle pours a clear, super pale straw colour, with one finger of frothy, puffy, and lazily bubbly off-white head, which leaves zilch in the way of lace around the glass […]

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  • Nickel Brook Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on June 19, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Nickel Brook Gluten Free-landscape

    Better Bitters is a craft brewery from suburban Toronto, and they brand their offerings under the ‘Nickel Brook’ name.  ‘Gluten Free’ is their, well, I don’t really have to say it, but it is made with sorghum, pear juice, and demerara sugar, and apparently given the classic Pale Ale hop treatment. This 473ml can of […]

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  • Nouvelle-France Messagère Red Ale

    Reviewed by on June 17, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    La Messagere Rousse-landscape

    The Nouvelle-France microbrewery in Quebec also has a red ale in its gluten-free lineup, made with the same ingredients as the flagship golden ale, but with some millet added.  Some old ship’s maidenhead imagery is prominent on the label, where rousse = redhead, conflating the meaning of the name just a tad. This 341ml bottle […]

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  • Wold Top Against the Grain

    Reviewed by on June 13, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Wold Top Against the Grain-landscape

    Against the Grain is the Wold Top Brewery’s reduced-gluten (< 20 ppm) English pale ale, made with barley and corn.  Best (and maybe only) gluten-free beer pun name I’ve seen yet, and it evokes memories of Bad Religion concerts in the 90’s…sigh. This 500ml bottle pours a crystal clear, pale golden yellow colour, with one […]

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  • Glutenberg India Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on June 11, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Glutenberg IPA-landscape

    Apparently Brasseurs Sans Gluten are now packaging their gluten-free offerings in tall cans, including this new to us IPA, a style not exactly well-represented in this particular offshoot of beerdom. This 473ml can pours a crystal clear, bright pale golden yellow colour, with three fingers of puffy, thinly foamy, and weakly bubbly dirty white head, […]

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  • Nouvelle France La Messagère

    Reviewed by on June 10, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    La Messagere-landscape

    Microbrasserie Nouvelle-France is a brewery from rural Quebec, near Shawinigan, who have been making gluten-free beers for over 10 years, and thus were, for a while, among the few options on the shelves in Canada. This 341ml bottle pours like ginger ale, i.e. a clear, ridiculously pale straw colour, with one finger of very loosely […]

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  • Green’s Endeavour

    Reviewed by on June 6, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Greens Endeavor-landscape

    One of the longer-lived gluten-free beers on the market, Green’s calls this a Belgian-style dubbel, brewed (again at the DeProef Brewery in Belgium) with millet, buckwheat, rice, and sorghum, the current quartet selected to play the part of barley malt in this production, it would seem. This 500ml bottle pours a murky, dark iced-tea brownish […]

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  • Schnitzer Bräu Hirse Premium

    Reviewed by on June 5, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Schnitzer Brau Hirse-Premium-landscape

    Schnitzer Bräu is a brewery from the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg, that brews gluten-free ‘bier’.  This one is made with millet as its substitute grain, and is certified organic. Wow, with the spring water, they’ve hit the hipster foodie trifecta here. This 330ml bottle pours a hazy, very, very, very pale straw ‘colour’ (like thrice […]

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  • Harvester IPA

    Reviewed by on June 3, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Harvester IPA-landscape

    Harvester Brewing’s IPA is one of the few gluten-free versions of the style that I have yet to come across. Made with the same chestnut/GF oats/tapioca concoction as its sister brews, but now with a sexy west-coast hop treatment. This 650ml bottle pours a murky, medium golden amber hue, with two fingers of puffy, weakly […]

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  • Bard’s Gold

    Reviewed by on May 30, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    Bard’s Gold is an all-sorghum grain bill American-style lager, contract brewed in Utica, New York, which likely puts it in F.X. Matt Brewing Company’s stead.  The Bard’s website claims that this tastes ‘rich and refreshing’.  Sigh. This 12oz bottle pours a clear, medium tinted golden amber colour, with a half finger of loud bubbly, and […]

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  • New Planet Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on May 27, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Pale Ale-landscape

    New Planet Pale Ale is this contract brewery’s flagship brand, brewed once again at Fort Collins Brewery, with sorghum, brown rice extract, molasses, and tapioca, as well as three varieties of hops, unspecified. This 12oz bottle pours a clear, medium bronzed amber hue, with two fat fingers of thinly puffy, weakly foamy ecru head, which […]

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  • Glutenberg Blonde

    Reviewed by on May 23, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Glutenberg Blonde Ale-landscape

    The Blonde Ale is Brasseurs Sans Gluten’s lightest offering, made in the style of an American Blonde Ale, with millet, corn, and demerara sugar. This 341ml bottle pours a mostly clear, pale golden yellow hue, with an anemic half-finger of stilted foamy and broadly bubbly white head, which leaves a bit of distant mushroom cloud […]

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  • Green’s Enterprise Dry-Hopped Lager

    Reviewed by on May 22, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Greens Enterprise Dry-Hopped Lager-landscape

    The first new offering in a very long time from this English contract brewery that brews its beers in Belgium – a dry-hopped lager, made with millet, rice, buckwheat, and sorghum. This 500ml bottle pours a hazy, pale golden yellow colour, with two fingers of weakly puffy, rather loosely foamy, and mostly fizzy dirty white […]

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  • Glutenberg Belgian Double

    Reviewed by on May 16, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Glutenberg Belgian Double-landscape

    These all gluten-free brewers from Montreal have branched out into headier Belgian-style territory, constructing a dubbel with millet, brown rice, and candi syrup. This 341ml bottle pours a crystal clear medium-dark copper amber hue, with two fat fingers of rather puffy, bubbly, and loosely foamy ecru head, which leaves some sparse islet lace around the […]

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  • Harvester Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on May 9, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Harvester Pale Ale-landscape

    The Pale Ale is the second offering that we at the Beer Diaries have encountered from Harvest Brewing, a City of Roses company that focuses strictly on producing gluten-free beer.  It is apparently made with chestnuts, G-F oats, sorghum, cane sugar, and tapioca (not to mention a standard West-Coast dose of hops). This 22oz bottle […]

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  • Minhas Lazy Mutt Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on May 6, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    As Minhas insists on calling themselves a Craft Brewery, I posit that it makes them fair game for our little craft beer appreciation society.  Anyways, apparently this is a gluten-free offering, brewed at their Calgary-based ‘micro’ brewery, and the ingredient list teases with the tantalizing ‘fermented sorghum’ and ‘corn syrup’. Christ on a crutch, man. […]

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  • Mongozo Premium Pilsener

    Reviewed by on May 2, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    Mongozo is a Dutch brand name brewed by the Huyghe Brewery in Belgium, they of Delirium Tremens and Floris fruit beer fame.   It might be difficult to see how this is gluten-free when there is barley malt in the list of ingredients, even if it is certified organic.  There must be some kind of […]

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  • Harvester Dark Ale

    Reviewed by on April 29, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Harvester Dark Ale-landscape

    Harvester Brewing is situated in Portland, Oregon, and it’s nice to see a gluten-free option from that nirvana of brewing.  In fact, Harvester is dedicated to brewing only gluten-free beer – and they even state that no items containing gluten are allowed through the doors of the brewery.  Hmmm, reminds me of the recent New […]

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  • Green’s Discovery Amber Ale

    Reviewed by on April 25, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Greens Discovery Amber Ale-landscape

    Green’s is a contract brewery based in England, who have their gluten-free beers produced at the DeProef Brewery in Belgium.  This is their amber ale – made with millet, buckwheat, rice, and sorghum, and fermented with a strain of Belgian yeast. This 500ml bottle pours a clear, medium copper amber hue, with two fingers of rather […]

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  • Wold Top Scarborough Fair IPA

    Reviewed by on April 22, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    Wold Top Scarborough Fair IPA - landscape

    Wold Top, a brewery on the Yorkshire coast in northern England, makes a range of traditional real and cask ales, including a few gluten-free offerings.  Their English-style IPA is quite the leap as far as gluten-free style choices go, I would heartily opine. It apparently contains barley malt, so they must have gone with an […]

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  • Alley Kat Scona Gold Kölsch

    Reviewed by on April 15, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    Alley Kat has been taking up a lot of room in the Local Heroes guide of late, so it’s nice of them to have released a gluten-reduced offering, which they say has been tested at less than 20 PPM, but that the test can’t take detect any post-fermentation gluten proteins.  So, caveat emptor, then.  On […]

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  • Glutenberg American Pale Ale

    Reviewed by on April 11, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    Brasseurs Sans Gluten are a brewery from metro Montreal, who exclusively make gluten-free beer.  This part of their lineup is purportedly their hoppy offering – it’s still strange to me to see nutritional information on a craft-beer-esque looking label. This 341ml bottle pours a clear, medium golden amber colour, with a single, very skinny finger […]

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  • Lakefront New Grist Pilsner Style

    Reviewed by on April 4, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    New Grist was apparently the first Gluten-Free beer to be granted label approval by the American government, making it among the pioneers for this type of beer.  The name, I gather, comes from the brewing term ‘grist’, which is the processed grain, at the point it is ready to be ground in preparation for the […]

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  • Drummond Gluten Free

    Reviewed by on April 2, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    The Drummond Brewery of Red Deer, Alberta, specializes in all-malt, canned lagers, and this is their entry into the Gluten-Free beer market.  ‘Sorgrum’ [sic] is the star here, apparently in a solo role, according to the small print on the label. This 355ml can pours a clear, medium golden amber colour, with two fingers of […]

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  • Glutenberg Rousse

    Reviewed by on March 28, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    Brasseurs Sans Gluten is a microbrewery, based in Montréal, whose co-founder’s gluten intolerance sparked the idea to produce gluten-free beers, only a few short years ago.  They make a small range of different styles – the Rousse is a red ale, made with buckwheat, millet, and quinoa for grain substitutes, and some molasses and chestnuts […]

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  • Estrella Damm Daura

    Reviewed by on March 26, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
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    The Daura version of the Estrella Damm brand is quite similar in appearance to their regular lager offering. Made with barley malt (italicized on the label) and rice, with a gluten content below 3 PPM. This 330ml bottle pours a clear, pale golden yellow colour, with two fingers of foamy, frothy, and bubbly off-white head, […]

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  • New Planet Raspberry Ale

    Reviewed by on March 21, 2014 in Gluten-Free Guide
    New Planet Raspberry Ale-landscape

    New Planet is a company from Boulder, Colorado, who make gluten-free beer, and have it brewed by Fort Collins Brewery up the interstate in Fort Collins.  Their Raspberry Ale is made with sorghum and corn, and flavoured with natural raspberry puree. This 355ml bottle pours a pale, orange-tinted amber colour (a bit strange, that), with […]

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