New Belgium Glütiny Pale Ale Beer

New Belgium Glütiny Pale Ale

Gluten Free Beer · 6.0% ABV · ~160 calories

New Belgium Brewing Company · Fort Collins, CO

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  • Hops & Grapes

    572.3 miles away · 6816 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60626

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 06/11/2019

    12oz 6 Pack Bottles $9.99

  • Fat Cat

    571.5 miles away · 4840 North Broadway Street, Chicago, IL 60640

    Bar · Menu Updated: 06/13/2019

    12oz Bottle $7

  • Vas Foremost Liquors

    572.4 miles away · 2300 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 06/16/2019

    12oz 6 Pack Bottles $10.49

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Beer Description

We armed the beer with a hefty dose of exotic Equinox hops, lending breezy guava, papaya and stone fruits to a wash of sweet, slightly herbal malt flavors.

When we decided to create a beer for beer lovers watching their gluten intake, we started experimenting with gluten-free beer grains like quinoa, millet, sorghum and rice. While the resulting flavors were interesting, beers made with these grains tasted just like the grain from which they were produced — not the same flavor we have come to expect from beer made using barley malt. Lucky for us there is another way to produce gluten-reduced beer made with grains that contain gluten. This method involves the use of an enzyme – a protein with a specific function – that breaks down gluten into smaller fragments. We add this enzyme in the brewing process and analyze the finished beer in the lab using the industry-supported R5 Competitive ELISA method. This creates a beer with all of the barley malt-derived flavor without all the gluten. [More fine print: Per the TTB, there is not yet a scientifically valid method for testing gluten in fermented products.]

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