The latest, Off Grid Pale Ale, riffs on the classic pale ale with a recipe from sorghum and brown rice extract, molasses, tapioca maltodextrin, caramel color, hops and, of course, yeast. According to BeerAdvocate, the beer boasts a lean-ish170 calories and is 5% ABV. Dedicated to the gluten-free premise (owing to the dietary needs of its founder, Pedro Gonzalez), the family-owned brewery also produces a Pilsner-esque made from sorghum and corn extract, hops, orange peel, and yeast; and a raspberry fruit ale is made from sorghum and corn extract, raspberry puree, orange peel, hops, and yeast.
Says Gonzalez, “We’ve had an overwhelming request for a hoppy gluten-free beer, so we’re thrilled to provide a pale ale with a nice hoppy aroma and flavor from a wonderful mix of centennial, sterling, and cascade hops. We are excited to get this beer out to our fans.”