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Celiac Safe Gluten Free Beer Reviews

Having Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance no longer means you won’t be able to drink with your friends, or enjoy a cold beer after a long day. Thanks to quite a few companies out there, you can now enjoy an adult beverage without the worry of it making you sick. But, be careful; thanks to a few other companies false claims, you may not be as safe as you think.

Beers We Love

Redbridge Gluten Free Beer

Our Previous Gluten Free beer of choice.

Our go-to gluten free beer. Redbridge has a flavor that reminds Alan of Killian’s Irish Red. This is the type of beer that would work for all your get-togethers, or as your every day beer. There’s no fruity taste or chemical aftertaste like many other gluten free beers. You’d never know this is an Anheuser Busch product – it sure doesn’t taste like it.

Rating by lclark: 4.0 stars

Bard's Gluten Free Beer

My Current Favorite Gluten Free Beer

While Bards still doesn’t taste like beer, it also doesn’t taste like the kitchen cleaner many other companies try to pass of as Gluten Free Beer. It is relatively inexpensive compared to other Gluten Free beers, and it’s easy to drink.

Rating by lclark: 4.0 stars

Beers We Dislike

New Grist
New Grist Gluten Free Beer

Nope, don’t like it.

This is one of the gluten free beers that missed the mark for me. It tastes slightly like beer at first but ends extremely fruity and sweet. It confused my mouth. New grist was overly carbonated making it feel like drinking an overly sweet alcoholic soda. I would much rather drink a hard cider or a Redbridge. This is fruity in a bad way and the cross over between beer and fruit is unappealing. I won’t be buying this one again.

Rating by lclark: 2.0 stars




matthew siedlecki

Burning Brothers Beer is gluten free. The head brewer has celiac disease. The company only makes gluten free beers. They do not allow anything with gluten in the brewery just to be safe.


Best gluten-free beer I have tried is Omission Lager from Oregon. They also make a pale ale. Excellent!

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