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Daura Damm Crafted to Remove Gluten Lager Beer*Packaging may vary

Daura Damm Crafted to Remove Gluten Lager Beer

Pale Lager /5.4% ABV / Barcelona, Spain

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Product details

Pale Lager
Tasting Notes
Bready, Light, Malty
Food Pairing
Beef, Chicken, Cured Meats, Turkey
Gluten Reduced, Gluten-Free
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
40-45° F

Product description

In 2006, Damm's Master Brewers together with the Gluten unit of the CSIC (Spanish Upper Council for Scientific Research) pioneered the development of a celiac-friendly, full-flavored beer. Since then, Daura has been recognized by prestigious internationals competitions as the world’s most award-winning crafted to remove gluten beer.

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Community reviews

4.67 Reviews
  • Erin
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    So fantastic - and cold!

  • Morgan Hanley.
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  • Keara S.
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    Doesn’t taste like GF

  • Kevin O’Riordan

    Best GF beer I’ve had. Not celiac, but gluten is a problem for me. This beer has been great for me.

  • Solveig D.
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    Decent, affordable, great with salt and spice, next to no gluten for anybody who is sensitive. Avoid if you have a legitimate allergy however.

  • Janet
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    This is, by far, the best GF lager out there. Not too heavy, not too light. This isn't just "good for gluten free", this is just plain good.

  • Justin
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    This beer is flavorful and goes down oh so easy! You won’t notice that it is gluten reduced.

  • Patricia
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    We love this beer. Since my husband was diagnosed with celiac 7 years ago, we have tried many different brands. Damm daura has the best taste of all!


Pale lager is a very pale to golden-colored beer characterized by noble hop bitterness. These pale, lean beers are very successful (because they're delicious) and have become the most common form of beer consumed in the world today.
Pale lagers tend to be on the simple side - they're crisp, clean and dry on the tongue. The flavors should be balanced, with a subtle hop flavor, aroma and overall bitterness.
You can expect the typical pale lager to have between 3% and 5% alcohol, with higher-ABV beers tending to be the more flavorful.
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