Daura Damm seems to be the most easy to find gluten free beer there is, pretty much anywhere that wants to have a gluten free option will offer this, so is it any good? Well it certainly comes from a proper old brewery as Damm in Barcelona have been brewing since 1876 which makes them nearly 150 years old. Daura Damm comes in a 330ml bottle with a really boring red label. The 5.4% alcohol content is a little less boring, and seems like a decent amount for a lager. Daura Damm pours a clear amber with a reasonably nice white head.
Daura Damm has a zesty lemon smell and refreshingly light texture. All of this says it's a pretty standard lager with the gluten taken out. The taste isn't too bad to be fair, certainly by lager standards anyway. It's a little bit fruity, and a bit sweeter than most lagers, so it does stand out a little bit. Ultimately if I couldn't drink gluten I'd turn to Daura Damm over a cider any day of the week, that doesn't mean it's a great beer though, just it's not terrible. It's nice that a proper old brewery is making gluten free options so I'm going to give Daura Damm 6 out of 10.