Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Gluten Free Beer Sightings

The past couple years I’ve grown accustomed to ordering cider, a glass of wine or the occasional gluten free margarita when I go out; but I’m a girl who still craves a beer every now and again. While I can of course enjoy one a home, I sometimes like to enjoy a cold beer when I go out to out dinner, meet up with friends or go watch a game.

So here are some of the places around Atlanta that I found serve gluten free beer.

Taco Mac - Redbridge
Hudson Grille - Redbridge
Tap - New Grist  
5 Seasons Brewery (Alpharetta & Westside Locations) – They make their own!  
Outback (Roswell Location) – Green’s
Wildfire – Redbridge

The Meehan’s in Sandy Springs also used to serve Redbridge but I haven’t been back recently to know if they still do.

Where else have you found gluten free beer?

6 comments:

  1. Hop City has a good selection of GF beer. (They're a beer and wine store located near the Westside 5 Seasons.)
    Personally, I'm a big fan of the 5 Seasons homemade brew. From what I remember from my gluten days, it tastes a lot like Blue Moon.

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  2. I would be happy to forward to you a list of retailers that carry Bard's Beer in Georgia. Georgia alcohol restrictions prohibit the brewery from listing these on our website. In other states, our Bard’s Beer Locator on our website at www.bardsbeer.com, searches can be done by state and postal code. Please request at info@bardsbeer.com.

    Bard’s was founded by two celiacs who made it their mission in life to find a way to make a great-tasting, craft-brewed beer that just happens to be gluten-free.

    Brian Bizer
    BARD”S TALE BEER COMPANY

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  3. The Porter Beer Bar in L5P.

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  4. Shenanigans in Dahlonega serves Red Bridge.

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