Gluten-free brews from Microbrasserie Glutenberg are now available in St. Louis
Microbrasserie Glutenberg’s celiac-friendly brews have made their way to The Lou from Montreal. This French Canadian brewery does an incredible job utilizing gluten-free ingredients such as buckwheat, quinoa and millet to brew artistic expressions of traditional styles. The APA offers a classic citrus and piney hop presence, while the Blanche is a white ale spiced with just enough coriander and orange zest.
Four-pack: $11. Available at Friar Tuck
Katie Herrera is a longtime contributor to Sauce Magazine, account manager at Craft Republic and director of beer at STL Barkeep.
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