If you’re gluten-free and constantly feel left out when your friends get together to drink beer, welcome to the club. A club known as Ghostfish Brewing Company. This is a gluten-free brewery that makes its beer out of grains like millet, buckwheat, and quinoa, and it’s actually quite good. As a bonus, the taproom also has a fully gluten-free kitchen. You’ll find great day-drinking food like mac and cheese with pork belly confit, ahi tuna street tacos, and a burger with bone marrow aioli on a bun that doesn’t taste like wet cardboard and sadness. Cheers.
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