2.) Redbridge Redbridge beer is also made from sorghum and is made without wheat or barley. Targeted toward those with celiac disease and those on wheat-free or gluten-free diets, the beer is described as "a rich, full-bodied lager" with a "well-balanced, moderately-hopped taste." Redbridge is a product of Anheuser-Busch.
3.) Green's Gluten-Free Beers This UK-based beer company specializes in producing a number of gluten-free beers. Options include Premium Golden Ale and Premium Pils, as well as Blonde, Dark and Brown Ales. The beers get their signature taste from de-glutenized barley malt and hop varieties, its website indicates.
4.) New Planet Gluten-Free Beer Based in Colorado, this brewing company specializes in producing a number of gluten-free beers and uses sorghum as an alternative to wheat and barley. On its website, the company goes out of its way to explain the detailed process it goes through to make sure their beers are gluten-free. Beer options from New Planet include Tread Lightly Ale, 3R Raspberry Ale and Off Grid Pale Ale. New Planet is also an environmentally-friendly operation.
5.) New Grist Beer Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the beer capital of America, Lakefront Brewery, Inc. produces a gluten-free beer brewed from sorghum and rice. Lakefront sells other, non-gluten-free beers as well, and its website lets you search for distributors in your area.
These represent just a small sampling of some of the best-known gluten-free beers. Bottom line? You don't have to give up your favorite beverage when you go gluten-free! Just remember everything in moderation.
Author Bio:This guest post is contributed by Leslie Johnson, who writes about health, green living, parenting related articles at masters in health administration .