This summer was great for gluten free beer options. It seemed like my list of options literally doubled, and that's a very good thing. Maybe not such a great thing for the size of my beer belly, but coming from a time, not so long ago, that my only choice was Redbridge (which I'll happily drink if there are no other options), having a lot of options regarding gluten free beer has been great for my soul:)
Omission Beer is another company doing what I wish all beer companies would do; they remove the gluten from a classic barley based beer and make it available to everyone, including those of us who are gluten intolerant. I'm happy trying all kinds of beers, whether they're made from sorghum, millet, buckwheat, millet, fermented fruits, etc. but I've missed the taste of a traditionally brewed pale ale, lager and stout. Could it be possible? Could my days of enjoying a dark pint of gluten-removed Guinness be in my future? Oh, I hope so. I truly do.
Both Omission's Lager and Pale ale were great. They were tasty, refreshing, and although they tasted like beers full of delicious gluten, had none. Keep em coming beer companies! I'm loving it!!