Credit for this post goes to Utah Beer. I thought it was good enough that I should share their news.
"Listen up, non-gluten ingesters & Celiac sufferers. There's a new beer option that has just been released that may be the perfect beer for many of you.
Wasatch has developed a new beer that is crafted with a special enzyme that significantly reduces the amount of gluten in malted beverages. Called Glutenus Minimus, this new "gluten reduced" beer may not be 100% gluten free, but it does meet or exceed standards set by many organizations that monitor gluten levels in food.
10 ppm (parts per million) is the highest level of gluten that most health professional will recommend for the gluten intolerant. Glutenus Minimus has been tested by a private lab to be less than 10 ppm, but because of Federal regulations, no beer that contains any wheat or barley can be labeled gluten free. Hence the term "Gluten Reduced".
Now that I've completely board bored you to tears with the science, let's get down to what this new beer is. Glutenus Minimus is a Pale Ale made with malted barley select hops and that special enzyme. It's ABV is 4.0% and is only available on tap at the Beer Store, Wasatch Brewpub & most Squatters locations. Bottled options may be down the road - depending on strength of sales. Bring your growlers, it's for sale right now."