Australia’s Best Gluten Free Beer Brands

Gluten Free Beer Brands in Australia

This post was updated on August 1st, 2019.

Looking for gluten free beer brands sold in Australia? Well, you’ve landed in the right place! This list contains every gluten free brewery that I know of down under. New breweries are popping up every day, so if you don’t have access to anything on this list, keep checking back.

Also…now that you know there are gluten free beers in Australia, you can start requesting they be brought in to your local stores and markets. This is the most helpful thing you can do as a gluten free consumer, in terms of improving your access to truly gluten free beers.

Australia may not have as many gluten free beer brands as some other countries (like mine!) but they have several solid options that are safe for those with Celiac Disease. They even have a dedicated gluten free brewery that you can be sure will always be free of cross contamination! (It’s labeled on the list below.)

If you know of any breweries that we missed (that sell bottled or canned product you can buy in stores), please don’t hesitate to let us know. This list will be updated periodically as new breweries enter the market.

BUT FIRST, let’s clear something up…

Gluten Free: This beer was brewed with gluten free ingredients, and is safe for Celiacs to drink!

Dedicated Gluten Free: These beers are brewed with 100% gluten free ingredients in a 100% gluten free facility. This is as safe as it gets for a person with Celiac Disease.

Gluten ReducedThis beer is brewed with gluten, but then the gluten content is reduced using an enzyme. These beers DO have trace amount of gluten, so I would not recommend them for Celiacs or for those with high sensitivities. Read more about Gluten Free vs. Gluten Reduced Beer here.

🇦🇺 Gluten Free Beer Brewed In Australia 🇦🇺

Billabong Brewing

Perth, Western Australia

Gluten Free or Gluten Reduced

GF Beers Available:

  • Australia’s Pale Ale
  • Blonde Ale
  • Ginger Beer

O’Brien Brewing

Ballarat, Victoria

Gluten Free or Gluten Reduced

GF Beers Available:

  • Brown Ale
  • Light Lager
  • Pale Ale
  • Premium Lager
  • Belgian Ale [Seasonal]
  • IPA [Seasonal]
  • Black Lager [Seasonal]
  • Pilsner [Seasonal]

two bays brewing co. gluten free beer

Two Bays Brewing Co.

Dromana, Victoria

Gluten Free or Gluten Reduced


GF Beers Available:

  • Pale Ale
  • IPA
  • Brown Ale

Wilde Beer


Gluten Free or Gluten Reduced

GF Beers Available:

  • Pale Ale

Wild Polly Brewing Co.

Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory

Gluten Free or Gluten Reduced

GF Beers Available:

  • Pale Ale

Know of a gluten free brewery we’re missing?

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1 year ago

Thank you so much for this list! I’m in the process of finding out if I have CD, certainly seem to have a bad reaction to gluten lately anyway and have been getting worried about my love of beer… so far I’ve just tried the O’Brien Pale Ale and after a skeptical first few bottles, I can’t get enough of the stuff! Keen to try some more of these. I’m following your site, thanks again :)
PS: Hahn Ultra Crisp from NSW is a newy out here, made from rice and endorsed by Coeliac Australia.

Anke Wynmalen
Anke Wynmalen
6 months ago

I tried O’Brien gluten free beer and found it tasted mouldy. I have just discovered Hahn gluten free beer which I like but it does not foam at all during pouring despite the glass being clean. I only bought a six pack and it may be a fluke. Will try one more six pack.

3 months ago

Black Duck Brewery in Port Macquarie do a really delicious Gluten Free Ginger Beer. Unfortunately all other beers have gluten. They also cater food for GF too so we had a great pizza and beer out of ISO night there recently.

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