I recently discovered that I have a problem with wheat.    That would mean that I can't drink beer anymore which would be a big bummer.  I never expected to be a gluten free person, but there's got to be some beer I can drink that won't make me sick?

Luckily, I have a coworker who has the same problem, and gave me a gluten free beer to try.  Could it be any good?  This one was New Belgium's Glutiny.  It's a golden ale that has been crafted to remove gluten.

At first glance, it looks almost like a craft beer.  It really isn't, it's more like halfway between a domestic lager and an actual real ale.  It's drinkable, and it's pretty good, but it's not fantastic.  Unfortunately this is the case with most gluten free things I've tried.  It's just missing "something."

It has more taste than a light beer, but less taste than a traditionally brewed beer.  It's somewhere in the middle.

But, that being said, it's still a great option if you want to drink a few beers and not pay for it the next day with an upset gut.

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