The Best Companies for Gluten-Free Beer

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Just because you’re gluten-free doesn’t mean you can’t have a cold one

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Gluten-free beer lovers, rejoice!

Though all of us enjoy a cold brew every once in a while, not everyone is medically able to do so. If you suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerant, most beers are definitely off the table. In addition, healthy living is becoming more and more popular, and there are folks out there who are simply choosing not to include gluten in their diets. No matter why you decide that gluten isn’t the best for your health, it doesn’t have to mean that you have to completely cut out beer.

Luckily, brewing companies have quickly picked up on the gluten-free trend, and to accommodate beer lovers of all kinds, they’ve created plenty of gluten-free beers for you to enjoy.

To give you a head start on your quest for the best gluten-free beers, we’ve compiled a quick list of the top three companies that provide tasty and gluten-free beers.

Bard’s Tale Beer Company

The main reason Bard’s is one of the best? It was the very first craft gluten-free beer. It’s brewed with a 100 percent malted free sorghum, and the company is always sure to be super careful and delicate with its brewing techniques.

Glutenberg

Glutenberg is a Montreal-based company that only makes 100 percent gluten-free beers. Though they only offer gluten-free beer, they provide a long list of options, including blonde, American pale ale, and red.

New Planet

What makes this beer company so special? Well, New Planet Beer Company is dedicated to providing gluten-free beer and donating a portion of its profits the environment. They also offer a wide range of flavors, including an amber ale, pale ale, blond ale, Belgian ale, raspberry ale, and brown ale.

Click here for a full list of 10 of the best gluten-free beer and beer companies.

The accompanying slideshow is provided by Jess Novak.

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