Monday, June 8, 2009

Gluten-Free beer good enough to drink?


Here's an article touting some new gluten-free beers that hopefully will be drink-worthy.  I have tasted several of these in the past and the only one I would vouch for is theGreen's Quest Tripel Ale.  I'm looking forward to trying the new versions of some of the others.

3 comments:

Monkey Momma said...

I've had Redbridge. It was "okay". A little on the sweet side, which is not my thing with beer. But from what I hear you're going to get that from any sorghum beer. I CAN say it was WONDERFUL in some beer chili we made on a camping trip. Yum-oh!!!

Meredith said...

I love Redbridge! (It's the only one I've found in San Antonio) I think it's not as hoppy as it was originally, but I still enjoy it. I also use it in my chili recipes and barbecue recipes.

-Your Friendly Neighborhood Dentonista said...

I thought the Green's Tripel Ale (from Central Market) was weird - like Beer Soda. I was super thin and super fizzy, with a long, sweet finish.
Not bad, but not great. I'll keep tasting.