6 Delicious Gluten-Free Beer Options to Enjoy This Summer
The warm weather, longer days, and sunshine make summer the perfect time for outdoor dinner parties and BBQs with friends and family. While nowadays it’s a lot more common see gluten-free food options served at parties, it’s not as common to find a gluten-free beer chilling in the beer cooler.
The good news is that just because you’re gluten intolerant or have celiac disease, doesn’t mean you have to give up beer forever. In fact, there are plenty of gluten-free beer options that are delicious and taste just like traditional crafted beer.
If you’re thinking about what beverage to toast dad with this Father's Day, then I think you’ll enjoy this list of the most popular gluten-free beers that are sure to please beer lovers everywhere (even dad!)
1. Green’s Discovery Amber Ale: This full-flavored beer is made with gluten-free ingredients including millet, sorghum, rice and buckwheat.
Taste: Medium-bodied with subtle caramel and nut flavors.
2. Omission Lager: This 2012 Gold Medal Awarding winning beer is brewed in a traditional larger style.
Taste: Refreshing, crisp, and perfect for those looking for a lighter approachable beer style.
3. Harvester Brew Pale Ale: A flavorful pale ale that is handcrafted from chestnuts, sorghum, certified gluten-free oats, and pure cane sugar.
Taste: Medium bodied with an earthy, nutty flavor.
4. Bard’s Tale Beer: The word’s first craft gluten-free beer and the only beer brewed with 100% malted gluten free sorghum. This beer is carefully sourced
Taste: Fresh apple and earthy hops flavors.
5. New Planet’s Blonde Ale: Formerly know as Tread lightly Ale, this beer is light, refreshing with a subtle floral aroma.
Taste: Strong hints of cider along with beer.
6. New Grist: This award-winning beer is the first gluten-free beer to be granted label approval by the US Government. Brewed in the pilsner style, this beer is perfect for the occasional beer drinker.
Taste: Slightly sour, but with a similar taste to traditional beer like Budweiser.
What’s your favorite gluten-free beer?