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Green's Discovery Amber

Ever since Derek Green broke from tradition to find a way of brewing a gluten free beer, here at Green’s we do things alternatively. It’s through being alternative, and brewing beers from ancient grains, that back in 2003 led to the discovery of the first European gluten free beer – Green’s Discovery Amber.

Green’s Amber was ‘The Original’ – the first Green’s gluten free beer to be produced – and remains as popular today as ever.

An elegant but classic medium-bodied amber with punch. Brewed with ancient grains, including sorghum, millet, buckwheat and brown rice husks, along with handpicked hops, including Target and Willamette

Green’s Amber also happens to be naturally gluten free and suitable for vegetarians. Not only fuller in flavour, these ancient grains offer beers higher levels of protein, calcium and vitamin B than barley based beers.

It’s through a complex brewing process, using ancient grains in place of the usual wheat and barley, that Green’s unlocks long forgotten flavour profiles to deliver a great tasting amber ale, proving that going against the grain tastes good.

At 6.0% abv, this is an all-round beer to savour, whether with lunch or as a thirst-quencher after an evening meal; Green’s Amber is versatile and will complement many dishes. We recommend pouring into a goblet glass and serving with a hearty chicken Sunday roast or sipping as an evening tipple, accompanied by a mature cheese board.

The USA Vegetarian Times Foodie Award judges described this award winning amber as: “A medium-bodied amber ale with subtle caramel and nut flavour nuances. Refined, herbal hop aroma and finish.”