Our Top 6 Gluten-Free Beer Picks

Game day is a time to eat, drink and be merry… oh and  watch an overload of commercials! Just because you follow a gluten-free diet doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a cold, refreshing brew. Nowadays, more and more companies are coming out with gluten-free beers and ciders (rumor has it Coors is launching its first GF beer in February!) With an increased number of options on the market, we’ve come up with our top 6 GF beer picks below. For those of you able to tolerate beers that have been crafted to remove gluten, we have listed two popular ones below (click their links to learn more). Whether you’re into watching the game, or prefer the snacks and halftime show, pop open one of these beverages and enjoy!

  1. New Planet
  2. Bard’s Beer
  3. Redbridge
  4. Ghostfish
  5. Omission Beer (crafted to remove gluten)
  6. Daura Damm  (crafted to remove gluten)

Have you tried any of these brands? Which is your favorite?

 

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Megan says:

    Omission and New Planet are great! I also really like Two Brother’s Prairie Path which I’ve found a lot of bars tend to carry.

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  2. Mary Jo says:

    Redbridge is my favorite…..New Planet 2nd…I tried Omission but sick every time….I think they have some gluten in it- just below the goverment standards

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  3. The best one I have had is Green’s Gluten Free beer, imported from Belgium. I’ve tried all of those, Daura Damm is easily the best with Omission 2nd. Bard’s is very bitter. New planet has tasted watered down recently. Redbridge is just meh budweiser type beer.

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  4. Two of the “gluten-free” beers you listed are not gluten-free. Omission and Estrella Daura Damm are gluten-reduced and cannot legally be labeled gluten-free. There is no validated way to test them for gluten content and medical experts do not recommend them for people with celiac disease. Please correct your posting.

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    1. lauragfmg says:

      Hi Jennifer! Thanks for your comment. We have specified that those beers are crafted to remove gluten and have linked to the companies’ FAQ pages.

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  5. Michelle says:

    New Planet and Green’s are both good (truly) GF beers. My favorite, however, is New Grist by Lake Front Brewery out of WI. It is both gluten free and organic, and is being picked up by many grocery and liquor stores.

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    1. New Grist was the first I tried way back when because it was the only one available 🙂

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  6. Bob says:

    Ground Breaker (formerly Harvester Brewing) is excellent, but you have to have it shipped from Portland, OR. Made in a dedicated gluten-free brewery.

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  7. Krissy Wendel says:

    I’ve only ever tried Bard’s and it is amazing! It tastes just like regular beer! I will definitely have to try the others though too!

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  8. Dustin Sheffler says:

    While all of these are good gf beers, my favorite of all is called Glutenator and is made by Epic Brewing (epicbrewing.com) in Salt Lake City, UT. It is a beer brewed with sweet potato and molasses which gives it a distinct smooth flavor. Unfortunately I can only find it in UT or in liquor stores that get it shipped from UT.

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  9. Sandy says:

    For some reason, New Grist I get sick on every time I drink it. And yet I am not overly sensitive to start with and can even drink Bud Light without a problem. Maybe I am sensitive to something in New Grist besides Gluten.

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  10. Joe E. says:

    I agree with Mike that the best gf beer is Green’s. The ones listed in this article are good if you liked Bud pre-gf. They’re well made for what they are, but to my taste, they aren’t good beer.

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