A nice German beer from the Black Forrest is the Rothaus Pils. I am not so sure if it is available outside Germany but in Germany people like it and it is also much more expensive than other mainstreams beers like Warsteiner, Beck’s or Bitburger. More common than the 0.5 l bottle is the smaller version with 0.33 l called Tannenzäpfle (pinecone). But it’s the same beer and gluten level seems to be OK too, see test result below.
Beer: Rothaus Pils
Producer: Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus
Originating country: Germany
Brewing location: Germany
Bottle size: 0.5 l
Alcohol by volume: 5.1%
Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops
Test Kit: Imutest Gluten-in-Food Kit
Test result: The test result is negative. According to the instructions there should appear a clearly visible pink test spot on the left of the test area ( T ) to indicate the presence of gluten. The pink spot on the right test area ( C ) is a control spot and indicates that the extract/sample is suitable, the test has been performed correctly and all reagents are active. Even though the detection limit in this kit is very low (1-2 ppm) and the is negative please note this is not a medical advice – please see also my facts page.