For all of you on a gluten free diet, this gluten free beer list is your ultimate guide to finding your favorite beer that you can drink without all those nasty side effects.
While some beers are truly gluten free, others are considered gluten reduced. In either case, the level of gluten is so minuscule that it shouldn’t be a problem for most people. Depending on your gluten intolerance, you certainly have the option to go completely gluten free when it comes to beer.
Here is a list of 101 gluten free and gluten reduced beers and ciders (in no particular order) that you should try.
Bard’s Gluten Free Beer
Bard’s Tale Beer Company | Edina, Minnesota | https://www.bardsbeer.com/
With sorghum, Bard’s brews a tasty gluten free malt beer. Founders Craig Belser and Kevin Seplowitz both suffer from Celiac disease, so they decided to create a gluten free beer for themselves—any everyone else—to enjoy.
1. Bard’s Beer
Bard’s beer is the self-proclaimed “Original Sorghum Malt Beer”. Some have compared the taste of Bard’s to lighter mainstream brews such as Coors, Miller, and Heineken.
Omission Gluten Free Beer
Craft Brew Alliance | Portland, Oregon | https://omissionbeer.com
When Joe’s wife was diagnosed with celiac disease, he made it his mission to brew a craft beer with minimal gluten. Consequently, the Omission brewery was born.
Omission uses a brewing enzyme called Brewers Clarex to break apart the gluten during fermentation. According to their website, every batch of beer has less than 20 ppm gluten.
With 99 calories and just 5 grams of carbohydrates, Omission Ultimate Light is definitely this Portland brewery’s lightest beer. Similarily, Ultimate Light has the least alcohol content of the Omission beer lineup with a 4% ABV.
3. Omission IPA
Omission’s only IPA is a hefty, hoppy beer with 202 calories and 15 grams of carbs. Omission IPA certainly packs a punch though with its 6.7% ABV.
With an alcohol content of 5.8% ABV, Omission Pale Ale has a nice floral aroma and caramel malt body. Omission Pale Ale has 181 calories and 13 grams of carbohydrates per serving.
For you lager lovers out there, Omission Lager won’t disappoint. Coming in with 134 calories and 10 grams of carbs, Omission Lager has a standard 4.6% ABV per serving.
Dogfish Head Gluten Free Beer
Dogfish Head Brewery | Milton, Delaware | https://www.dogfish.com/
When Sam Calagione established Dogfish Head Brewery in June 1995, he probably didn’t think it would grow into what it is today. Named after Dogfish Head in Maine where Sam spent time as a child, this Delaware craft brewery has been featured on the Discovery Channel and was a focal point in the Beer Wars documentary.
This 6.0% ABV fruit ale smells like strawberries, and as you wold expect, it tastes tart, fruity and sweet. Barley is not used to brew Tweason Ale, but rather a mild sorghum base.
Estrella Damm Gluten Free Beer
Sociedad Anónima Damm | Barcelona, Spain | https://www.damm.com/
Estrella Damm Brewery in Barcelona, Spain takes brewing seriously. No animal-derived ingredients or GMOs are used in any of Estrella’s drinks. In addition to Daura Damm below, Estralle Damm brews two other gluten free beers: Daura Marzen and Daura Shandy.
7. Daura Damm
Estrella Damm Daura is consider by its brewery to be the world’s most award-winning gluten free beer since its launch in 2006. Although Daura Damm contains 3 ppm gluten, Codex Alimentarius considers beer with less than 20 ppm okay for coeliacs. This Daura beer has a 5.4% ABV.
Magners Gluten Free Cider
C&C Group | Tipperary, Ireland | http://magners.com/
Established in 1935 by William Magner, Magners claims to be the oldest Irish cider. In the United States, Magners cider comes in two flavors: Irish Cider and Pear Cider. Although not explicitly stated on their website, Magners cider is gluten free thanks to a grain-free cider recipe.
Irish Cider is made with a whopping 17 varieties of apples which take up to 2 years to ferment. Magners Cider ABV is 4.5%.
Similar to Magners Irish Cider, the alcohol content of Magners Pear Cider is 4.5%. The only fruit in Magners Pear Cider is pear and only 100% premium quality pears are used.
New Grist Gluten Free Beer
Lakefront Brewery | Milwaukee, Wisconsin | http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/
Russ and Jim Klisch established Lakefront Brewery in 1987. The Milwaukee craft brewery brews New Grist gluten free beer in addition to a repertoire of other gluten-containing beers.
New Grist is brewed with ingredients that you can understand: water, sorghum, rice, hops and yeast. There is no wheat or barley in this Milwaukee beer. New Grist pilsner has a 5.1% ABV.
Green’s Gluten Free Beer
Green’s Beer | Lochristi, Belgium | https://www.glutenfreebeers.co.uk/
Between 1988 and 2003, Derek Green went searching for gluten free beer. He took matter into his own hands in 2003 when he collaborated with a Belgian professor on brewing beer made without barley, wheat, and grains. Finally in 2004, Green’s first gluten free beer, Discovery, came into existence.
Green’s original beer is naturally gluten free with ingredients water, buckwheat, millet, sorghum, hops, brown rice, and yeast. With 157 calories and 10 grams of carbs per 12 oz serving, Green’s Discovery beer has an ABV of 6%.
Although there’s barley in Green’s Pilsner gluten free beer, the gluten gets removed from the barley malt. The only other ingredients are natural spring water, hops, and yeast. Green’s Pilsner has 149 calories, 12 grams of carbs, and an ABV of 4.5% per 12 ounce serving.
With 154 calories and 14 grams of carbohydrates per 12 ounce serving, Green’s Golden Ale is also brewed with barley where the gluten has been removed. Green’s Golden Ale gluten free beer has an ABV of 4.8%.
By fermenting a second time in the bottle, Green’s Blond beer is brewed like a classic style Belgian beer. Green’s Blonde contains 154 calories and 10 grams of carbs per 12 ounce serving and has a 5% ABV.
Another bottle re-fermented brew, but this time an ale with an ABV of 5%. Considering Green’s Dark Ale tastes like chocolate with sour cherries, its 158 calories and 10 grams of carbs is pretty reasonable.
Green’s Amber beer contains specially selected de-glutenized malts and hops that give it its deep amber color and creamy head. Per 12 ounce serving, Green’s Amber gluten free beer contains 158 calories, 8 grams of carbs, and a 5% ABV.
Water, buckwheat, millet, sorghum, hops, brown rice, and yeast make up Green’s Dry Hopped Lager that is naturally gluten free. A 4% alcohol content is fitting for this lighter beer that has 125 calories and 8 grams of carbohydrates per 12 ounce serving.
Quite similar to the Dry Hopped Lager in terms of nutritional values, Green’s IPA also has 125 calories and 8 grams of carbs per 12 ounce serving. What’s different is that Green’s gluten free IPA has an ABV of 5%.
Made with gluten free ancient grains, Green’s Tripel Ale is a lighter beer with notes of spice and herb. An 8.5% ABV makes Tripel Ale Green’s beer with the most alcohol content. Green’s Tripel Ale has 203 calories and 9 grams of carbs per 12 ounce serving.
Following suit of a traditional dubbel, Green’s Dubbel Ale tastes of dark-sugar and toffee flavors. Green’s Dubbel Ale is gluten free and has 165 calories, 8 grams of carbs, and a 7% ABV per 12 ounce serving.
Buck Wild Gluten Free Pale Ale
Alpenglow Beer Company | Oakland, California | https://buckwildbrew.com/
Buck Wild considers itself to brew California’s first 100% gluten free beer. Located in the San Francisco Bay area, Buck Wild beer is brewed by the Alpenglow Beer Company.
In addition to Magnum, Cascade, and US Chinook hops, Buck Wild Pale Ale is brewed with water, millet, organic buckwheat, brown rice syrup, and yeast. Buck Wild Pale Ale has an alcohol content of 5.5% by volume.
New Planet Beer
New Planet Brewery | Denver, Colorado | https://www.newplanetbeer.com/
Pedro Gonzalez, a celiac sufferer, established New Planet Brewery in 2009. New Planet gluten free beer alcohol content ranges from 4.5% to 5.3%.
You don’t have to have blonde hair to enjoy the light and crisp taste of the gluten free New Planet Blonde Ale. With an ABV of 4.5%, New Planet Blonde Ale contains water, millet, gluten-free oats, non-GMO blue corn, cane sugar, hops, and yeast.
Thanks to Cascade and Sterling hops, New Planet Pale Ale has a hoppy and citrusy flavor profile. New Planet Pale Ale has an alcohol content 5.3% and is of course gluten free.
Made of just water, barley, non-GMO blue corn, rice, hops, and yeast, New Planet Tread Lightly beer contains 4.9% ABV and is yet another gluten free beer from New Planet.
Water, barley, oats, hops, and yeast are all the ingredients that make up this IPA from New Planet. With an ABV of 4.9%, New Planet Seclusion IPA is robust, aromatic, and simultaneously just the right amount of bitter.
Anheuser-Busch InBev | Leuven, Belgium | https://www.stellaartois.com/
Not all Stella Artois beers are gluten free. According to a representative at Stella Artois, all Stella cider products are made entirely from gluten-free ingredients. Although Stella Artois is a Belgium beer, the Stella Artois brewery in St. Louis, MO imports and brews Stella Artois beers.
Sweet like an apple while simultaneously crisp and dry, Stella Artois Cidre is a fantastic gluten free cider beer. Stella Artois Cidre alcohol content is 4.5%.
This naturally gluten-free drink from Stella Artois was made specifically for drinking out of a wine glass. While it bubbles in your mouth, this 3.5% ABV dry cider will quench your thirst and have you wanting more.
Redbridge Gluten Free Beer
Anheuser-Busch InBev | St. Louis, Missouri | http://www.redbridgebeer.com/
Brewed in St. Louis, Missouri, Redbridge beer is a wheat-free brewery that specializes in brewing a gluten free beer with the old world grain sorghum.
28. Redbridge Beer
Sorghum, a grain that’s safe for those with a gluten intolerance, is what makes Redbridge beer gluten free. Redbridge gluten free beer ABV is 4%.
Angry Orchard Hard Cider
Angry Orchard Brewery | Walden, New York | https://www.angryorchard.com/
Is Angry Orchard gluten free? Yes. Angry Orchard beer is made with naturally gluten free ingredients. If you were to tour Angry Orchard Brewery in Walden, NY, you’d see the 60 acre orchard that has been in used for over 200 years. Angry Orchard flavors include Crisp Apple, Rose Cider, Green Apple, Easy Apple, Pear Cider, and Stone Dry.
Imagine biting into a crisp apple. That’s similar to drinking Angry Orchard Crisp Apple hard cider. With an alcohol percentage of 5% Angry Orchard Crisp Apple is a perfect balance of sweetness and dryness.
Red flesh apples from France are the secret ingredient to Angry Orchard’s Rosé Cider. The alcohol content for the Rose Cider is 5.5%.
With notes of honeydew and kiwi, Angry Orchard Green Apple tastes a bit tart and sweet, just like a fresh green apple. Green Apple from Angry Orchard has an alcohol content of 5%.
The unfiltered Angry Orchard Easy Apple cider has an ABV of 4.2%. With an initial apple taste, the Easy Apple cider finishes dry and refreshing.
Another gluten free cider from Angry Orchard is the Pear Cider. A combination of apples and pears from the United States composes this crisp and smooth drink. Angry Orchard Pear Cider has an alcohol percentage of 5%.
The driest cider of all the Angry Orchard flavors is the Stone Dry hard cider. Some say that Stone Dry finishes with a pucker. Angry Orchard Stone Dry ABV is 5.5%.
Ipswich Gluten Free Beer
Ipswich Ale Brewery | Ipswich, Massachusetts | https://www.ipswichalebrewery.com/
Founded in 1991, Ipswich Ale Brewery is one of the oldest craft brewers in New England. Although the brewery staff is less than a dozen strong, this small Massachusetts brewery exports all across New England.
With notes of Curacao orange peel and peppery Belgian yeast, Ipswich Celia Saison is a delicious saison that you should taste. Using sorghum to make it gluten free, Ipswich Ale Brewery’s Celia Saison has a 6.5% ABV.
Ground Breaker Gluten Free Beer
Ground Breaker Brewing | Portland, Oregon | https://www.groundbreakerbrewing.com/
Not only is all the beer at the Ground Breaker brewery gluten free, but so is all the food at the gastropub in Portland. Chestnuts, lentils, cane sugar, sorghum syrup, and Belgian-style candi syrup is what allows Ground Breaker Brewing to brew gluten free beer.
Ground Breaker Pale Ale is dry hopped with Cascade and Meridian hops. Floral elements and citrus combine to make this 5.8% ABV pale ale something to desire.
Dark roasted chestnuts and lentils are used to brew Ground Breaker Dark Ale. Although chocolate isn’t an ingredient, this dark ale has notes of chocolate and dark fruits and has an ABV of 5.5%.
Like the rest of the beers brewed at Ground Breaker, the IPA is also gluten free. With an ABV of 6%, Ground Breaker IPA NO. 5 combines pine, citrus, and tropical notes.
Blackberries and rose hips are used to brew Ground Breaker Olallie Ale. With a 30 IBU, Olallie Ale is minimally bitter and has a 4.5 % ABV.
Stone Delicious IPA Gluten Free
Stone Brewing Company | Escondido, California | https://www.stonebrewing.com
Greg Koch and Steve Wagner established Stone Brewing Company in 1996. Today, this 8th largest craft brewery in the US employs over 1,100 employees. Stone Brewing has breweries in Richmond, Virginia and Berlin, Germany.
Although Stone Delicious IPA is brewed with barley, it is considered a gluten free beer thanks to Clarex which separates and eliminates the gluten protein from the brew. With a solid 7.7% ABV, Stone Delicious contains trace amounts of gluten that is well below the 20 ppm necessary to consider a beer gluten free.
Glutenberg Craft Brewery | Montreal, Canada | https://glutenberg.ca/
Starting out in just the local Quebec market, the Glutenberg brewery now distributes to target markets throughout the world. All of Glutenberg’s beer is 100% gluten free. Since all ingredients used to brew Glutenberg beer are gluten free, each and every ounce of beer that leaves the Glutenberg brewery contains 0.00 ppm gluten. In addition, Glutenberg gluten free beer is vegan and the bottles and cans don’t contain any BPA.
In 2011, the first Glutenberg beer was launched in Quebec. With a 4.5% ABV, Glutenberg Blonde tastes of white pepper, green tea, and lemon peel.
Glutenberg American Pale Ale is this Quebec brewery’s first hoppy beer. Coming in at 5.5% ABV, the American Pale Ale has tastes of candied orange and caramel.
43. Glutenberg Red
The Glutenberg Red is an ale with 5% alcohol content. Ingredients for this red ale are water, buckwheat, millet, molasses, chestnut, candi syrup, quinoa hops, and yeast which gives it a taste of toasted bread, coffee, and chestnuts.
44. Glutenberg IPA
While the Glutenberg IPA smells lemony and floral, it tastes primarily of apricot. With a 6% ABV, this gluten free IPA is perfect for all beer lovers.
45. Glutenberg Stout
If you like coffee you will probably enjoy Glutenberg Stout. Glutenberg Stout has an alcohol content of 5% and tastes of espresso, dark chocolate, and ripe fruit.
46. Glutenberg White
Although Belgium white beers are typically brewed with wheat, the Glutenberg White uses buckwheat, millet, amaranth, and quinoa instead to create this gluten free white beer. With a 5% ABV, Glutenberg White is easy to drink thanks to its 13 rating on the IBU scale.
Both gluten free and alcohol free, Glutenberg Non-Alcoholic is of blonde style beer which tastes of lemon, spearmint, and cereals. Technically Glutenberg Non-Alcoholic contains 0.1% alcohol by volume, but we’ll let it slide.
Duck Foot Gluten Free Beer
Duck Foot Brewing Company | San Diego, California | https://duckfootbeer.com/
A gluten intolerance inspired Matt DelVecchio to give up his NYC finance career and to move to California and brew gluten free beer. And so in 2012, Duck Foot Brewing was born.
According to their website, Duck Foot Brewing uses a special enzyme that removes nearly all traces of gluten from the beer, leaving every batch with less than 5 ppm gluten. It’s worth noting that the FDA considers a product gluten free when it has less than 20 ppm gluten. Duck Foot gluten free beers certainly meet this criteria.
Cascade hops gives Duck Foot’s The Looker a crisp and refreshing citrusy taste. With an ABV of 5%, The Looker is an American Blonde Ale packed with flavor.
With an impressive 6.9% ABV, Drink This or the Bees Die is only 15 IBU. As the name loosely implies, this Duck Foot ale contains local honey.
Another tasty Duck Foot beer with 6.5% ABV, West Coast Style IPA is brewed with Simcoe hops that gives it a citrus and pine flavor. This Duck Foot IPA is much more bitter with a 68 IBU rating.
Duck Foot West Coast Style IPA with Toasted Coconut is, as the name applies, brewed with toasted coconut. Similarly, this Duck Foot IPA with toasted coconut also has an alcohol content of 6.5%.
With an 95 on the IBU bitterness scale, Duckzilla is not only Duck Foot Brewing’s most bitter beer, but also the beer with the highest alcohol content at 8.6%. This double white IPA is considered to be a cross between a white ale and a west coast IPA.
New Belgium Gluten Free Beer
New Belgium Brewing Company | Fort Collins, Colorado | https://www.newbelgium.com/
Currently the only gluten free beer of New Belgium Brewery is Glütiny Pale Ale. Although Fort Collins has been home for New Belgium since 1991, a second brewery was opened in Asheville, NC in 2012.
Glütiny Pale Ale is crafted to reduce gluten. At the time of this writing, this is New Belgium only year-round gluten free beer. New Belgium Glütiny Pale Ale has a 6% ABV and like most other gluten reduced beers, only ships if it contains less than 20 ppm gluten.
Holidaily Gluten Free Beer
Holidaily Brewing Company | Golden, Colorado | https://holidailybrewing.com
Karen Hertz established Holidaily Brewing Company, a gluten free brewery in Colorado, after defeating melanoma and thyroid cancer. Her treatment plan included a gluten-free diet. Not satisfied with the taste and quality of other gluten free beers, Karen decided to take matters into her own hands and brew her own gluten free beer.
Holidaily Favorite Blonde ale has a subtle hop character and mellow malt flavor. With a 5% ABV, Favorite Blonde is one of Holidaily’s lighter beers.
Also with a 5% ABV, Mission Possible is a Holidaily pilsner that gluten free beer drinks are sure to enjoy.
The lowest alcohol content of all Holidaily beers at 4.8%, Buckwit Belgian is a witbier style gluten free beer from Holidaily Brewing.
Beulah Red is a gluten free beer from the Colorado brewery Holidaily and has an alcohol content of 6.4%.
Rich and dark with a coffee and chocolate flavors, Old 93 Porter is Holidaily Brewing’s only year-round porter and weighs in a 6.5% ABV.
Riva Stout was named after a dog, who was named after a mountain, which was named after a battle at Riva Ridge. At 6.5% ABV, Holidaily Riva Stout is yet another gluten free craft beer from Holidaily Brewing.
Not only do you get a beer full of flavor, but when you drink Four Brothers Belgian Quad, you get a gluten free beer with a whopping 12% ABV.
This New England style IPA from Holidaily Brewing Colorado has an impressive 7% ABV and an impressive IPA flavor profile that beer drinkers everywhere are sure to enjoy.
The man, the myth, the legend—Fat Randy’s IPA is a 7% ABV gluten free beer from Holidaily Brewing in Golden, Colorado.
Two Brothers Gluten Free Beer
Two Brothers Brewing | Warrenville, Illinois | http://twobrothersbrewing.com/
Jim and Jason Ebel, two brothers from Illinois, established Two Brothers Brewing Company in 1996. In addition to brewing craft beer, these two brothers now also brew coffee and distill spirits too.
Two Brothers Prairie Path gluten free beer is light in color but full of flavor. According to their website, Prairie Path is “crafted to remove gluten but not flavor”. The alcohol content of Two Brothers Prairie Path is 5.1%.
Ghostfish Brewing Company | Seattle, WA | https://ghostfishbrewing.com/
With an ambitious mission “to be the leading supplier of dedicated gluten-free beer in North America”, Ghostfish Brewing Company in Seattle seems to be off to a good start with six gluten free beers available year-round and numerous other seasonal brews.
You’ll definitely taste the grapefruit flavor in the 5.5% ABV Ghostfish Grapefruit IPA. Ingredients for this IPA are water, sorghum, brown rice, candi syrup, tapioca maltodextrin, hops, grapefruit peel, and yeast.
Multiple varieties of gluten free millet and rice malts in addition to four varieties of Washington hops are combined to make this naturally gluten free beer. Ghostfish Vanishing Point Pale Ale has an alcohol content of 5.3%.
Shrouded Summit Belgian White Ale is a witbier without wheat or barley by the Ghostfish brewery. At 4.8%, this Belgian-style ale tastes of banana, clove, and sweet orange.
This West Coast style IPA has flavors of citrus, mango and pine. Ghostfish Kick Step IPA is made from water, malted millet, malted rice, brown rice, beet sugar, hops, and yeast and has a 5.5% ABV.
Made with just water, malted millet, malted rice, hops, and yeast, Ghostfish Meteor Shower Blonde Ale has an alcohol content of 4.5%. While the rice is from California and the hops are Noble German Perle, Meteor Shower has notes of honey, sweet rice, corn, and honeydew.
Ghostfish’s gluten free beer with the most alcohol content is Peak Buster Double IPA with a 9% ABV. Made from Summit, Azacca, Centennial, and Eureka hops, Peak Buster tastes tropical, citrusy, and piney.
High Hopes Gluten Free Beer
High Hops Brewery | Windsor, Colorado | https://highhopsbrewery.com
What started out as a small, seasonal greenhouse is now home to High Hopes Brewery in Colorado. Now with over 40 flavors of beer available in their Colorado tap room, Amanda and Pat Weakland have grown their once small brewery into something great.
High Hopes Puckerberry is a blackberry sour gluten free beer. Puckerberry is made from gluten free buckwheat and millet and contains 4.2% alcohol by volume.
Odd13 Brewing | Lafayette, Colorado | http://www.odd13brewing.com
Located in Lafayette, Colorado, Odd13 Brewery was founded by Kristin and Ryan Scott. At this time, all year-round beers are gluten free. Odd13 does brew gluten-containing beer as part of its seasonal selection.
Codename: Superfan is a tasty IPA with Citra, Simcoe, and Ekuanot hops. This Odd13 IPA has a nice 6.5% ABV.
Intergalactic Juice Hunter from Odd13 Brewing is a double IPA with Galaxy, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops. While this brew isn’t friendly to those with a lactose intolerance, it is gluten free and has an alcohol content of 8%.
Jetman Jimmy is a lightly hopped golden ale with oats. This Odd13 brew has an alcohol content of 4.5% by volume.
74. Odd13 n00b
Hilariously named n00b beer from Odd13 is a pale ale with Mosaic and El Dorado hops. The alcohol content of n00b beer is 6%.
This kettle sour is yet another gluten free beer from Odd13. Vincent Van Couch is brewed with Citra and Mosaic hops and has a 4.8% ABV.
St. Peter’s Gluten Free Beer
St. Peter’s Brewery | Bungay, United Kingdom | https://www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk
Based out of St. Peter South Elmham, near Bungay in Suffolk, St. Peter’s Brewery has been around since 1996. Although St. Peter’s doesn’t exclusively brew gluten free beer, it does offer two gluten free beers for those on a gluten free diet.
As the name implies, St. Peter’s G-Free beer is gluten free. This pilsner lager tastes tropical with citrus and orange flavors. G-Free contains 4.2% ABV.
Made from Suffolk Sovereign hops, Dark G-Free is also a gluten free beer from St. Peter’s Brewery. Sorghum is used to brew this dark beer with 3.9% ABV.
Aurochs Gluten Free Beer
Aurochs Brewing Company | Emsworth, Pennsylvania | http://aurochsbrewing.com/
Brewed on the Ohio River just outside of Pittsburgh, all beer from Aurochs Brewing Company is gluten free. Aurochs achieves this by using different roasts of malted millet, quinoa, and buckwheat in various combinations. Aurochs is yet another brewery that was established due to a gluten intolerance, this time by Ryan Bove when he was in his mid-twenties.
Saaz and Amrillo hops give Aurochs Blonde Ale tropical notes of melon, banana, papaya, and lemon. Brewed with naturally gluten free millet and quinoa, this blonde ale from Aurochs has a 4.5% ABV.
In addition to citrus and pine flavors, Aurochs Session IPA tastes of grapefruit. Cascade, Centennial, and Amarillo hops combined with millet and quinoa give this Aurochs IPA an ABV of 4.5%.
Cascase hops plus millet and quinoa are combined to make Aurochs Amber ale—a medium bodied ale that’s full of toast and toffee flavors. Aurochs Amber Ale contains 5.6% ABV.
81. Aurochs Porter
Aurochs Porter is brewed with Simcoe and Saaz hop as well as millet, quinoa, and buckwheat to give it its coffee flavor. This porter from Aurochs has a 5.7% ABV.
The first Aurochs sour beer is Sour White. This gluten free sour beer is brewed with Saaz and Amarillo hops and contains 4.5% alcohol by volume.
Hoppy and piney, Spruce Juice IPA from Aurochs is brewed with Cascade, Centennial, and Amarillo hops. Aurochs Spruce Juice IPA has an alcohol content of 4.5% by volume.
Brewed with four different hops—Citra, Mosaic, Centennial, Amarillo–Citra Sippin’ Pale Ale is mildly bitter and full of citrus flavor. Aurochs Citra Sippin’ Pale Ale has a 5.5% ABV.
This easy drinking orange creamsicle ale is brewed with blood orange, vanilla, and lactose. Aurochs Pourange Rhymes With Orange ale is brewed with Amrillo and Saaz hops and contains 4.7% alcohol by volume.
Just like Pourange Rhymes With Orange but with nitro, Pourange Rhymes With Orange on Nitro has the same ingredients and same ABV (4.7%), but an even smoother taste thanks to the nitro.
Celia Gluten Free Lager
Žatecky Brewery | Žatec, Czech Republic | https://www.celialager.co.uk/
After a long history of beer brewing in the region, Žatecky Brewery started producing beer in its Czech Republic brewery at the turn of the nineteenth century. Celia beer is brewed with quality local ingredients and gluten is removed through deglutenization methods.
In addition to being gluten free, Celia Premium Czech Lager is vegan and organic. With just 129 calories per bottle, Celia Lager has a 4.5% ABV.
Similar to the Celia Lager, Celia Premium Czech Dark is gluten free, vegan, and organic. Each bottle of Celia Dark contains 175 calories and 5.6% alcohol by volume.
Koala Beer Pty Ltd | New South Wales, Australia | https://www.wildebeer.com.au/
In addition to being gluten free, all WILDE beers are preservative free, vegan friendly, and low carb. According to their website, Wilde Beer is the only beer in the world to be certified FODMAP Friendly. Not only for the gluten-intolerant, WILDE beer is for beer drinkers everywhere.
WILDE Pale Ale is a golden pale ale with 4.5% ABV. While no sugar was added to this pale ale, it tastes citrusy, tarty, and piney.
Made with real raspberries, WILDE Raspberry Ale is naturally gluten free. The taste is delicious and fruity, but you can rest assured that no sugar has been added to this 3% ABV ale.
WILDE Gluten Free Paleo Ale is designed to complement the healthy paleo lifestyle, according the the WILDE website. A light beer indeed, WILDE Paleo Ale contains just 2% alcohol.
Billabong Brewing | Perth, Australia | http://billabongbrewing.com.au/
Another Australian brewery, Billabong Brewing, brews both gluten containing and gluten free beer. Billabong gluten free beer is blessed by the Coeliac Society of Australia with a gluten free stamp on every label.
A perfectly refreshing beer that’s appropriate for the unrelenting heat of western Australia, Billabong Australia’s Pale Ale tastes of passion fruit and grapefruit. Australia’s Pale Ale from Billabong contains 5.1% ABV.
Gluten free and low carb, Billabong Blonde Low Carb Lager is a perfect go-to for those craving a light beer. Billabong Lager contains 4.5% ABV.
This ginger beer from Billabong contains 4.5% alcohol by volume. If you like ginger beer, you’ll be sure to love Billabong Ginger Beer.
Alt Brew Gluten Free Beer
Alt Brew | Madison, Wisconsin | http://www.altbrew.com/
The mission of Alt Brew is “to make gluten free beer that tastes good”. Brewmaster, Trevor Easton, created this entirely gluten free brewery after his wife was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance. Now, Alt Brew is a well established brewery in Madison, Wisconsin where beer lovers of all types can enjoy beer without any gluten side effects.
Alt Brew’s flagship beer is the Rustic Badger. This farmhouse ale is slightly bitter with notes of apple and contains 6.6% alcohol.
One of Alt Brew’s stronger year-round beers is Hollywood Nights with an alcohol content of 7.2%. While this blonde IPA is heavy on the hops, its herbal flavor gives it a smooth bitterness that is very drinkable.
Alt Brew Copperhead is a copper ale with 5.1% alcohol by volume. Millet is used to brew this gluten free ale that tastes malty and chocolatey.
Kickback as you sip and enjoy Alt Brew Kickback, a light Kölsch beer. Alt Brew Kickback contains 5.5% ABV.
99. Alt Brew 1808
Malty and dark, Alt Brew 1808 has roasty characteristics to it. This Alt Brew porter contains 5.6% ABV.
Holy Hop Grenade contains the most alcohol content of any beer from Alt Beer. With an 8.9% ABV and 98 IBU, this double IPA is robust, malty, and hoppy for sure.
101. Alt Brew Sunset
Brewed with gluten free Ethiopian grains, Alt Brew Sunset is a full bodied Belgian Tripel with orange peel and coriander flavors. Alt Brew Sunset contains 8.2% ABV.
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