FeaturesJune/July 2008 Issue

A Toast to Gluten-Free Libations

Gluten-sensitive people used to stick to hard ciders as the next best thing to beer. These days, however, new options abound. Many smaller breweries now produce gluten-free beers. Giants like Anheuser-Busch are also joining the fray. Brewer Kristin Zantop says the company’s Redbridge is a sorghum beer without added wheat or barley.

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