I’ve sampled some of the gluten-free beers available and, in general, have not been impressed. However, here is one I tasted recently and enjoyed it:
This is one of the Green’s Gluten-Free beers made from millet, buckwheat, sorghum, and rice. They have a choice of golden ale, premium pils, a dark ale, and a couple others.
While I am no fan of gluten-free foods in general, this line of gluten-free beers was a refreshing change from my usual glass or two of wine. I had the amber ale and it was tasty: a bit nutty, not sweet, and a lot like a belgian ale made from wheat. With 11 to 14 grams carbohydrate per 500 ml bottle in the Green’s line of gluten-free beers, it is a modest carbohydrate indulgence, but low enough to stay below the radar for most people’s carbohydrate tolerance if you only drink one.