Amstel Beer ( also know as Amstel Bier ) was founded and produced in Dutch brewery founded in 1870 on the Mauritskade in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It then changed hands and is now owned, produced and distributed by the parent company Heineken International who also own well-known brands such as Heineken Beer, Desperados, and Sol.
Amstel is ‘’the world’s most local beer’’ is now available in over 100 countries and is a proud sponsor of the UEFA Europa League.
Let’s find out if this popular dutch beer is gluten-free . .
Is Amstel Gluten Free?
The Answer is: NO
Most beer is usually not gluten-free and Amstel beer is no different.
According to the Amstel website, “Amstel® is brewed with malted barley which contains gluten”.
Amstel Beer should, therefore, be avoided if you are sensitive to gluten or have been diagnosed with any form of Celiac Disease.
The Amstel Beer Collection
Amstel currently produces 5 beers, none of which are gluten-free:
Amstel Premium Pilsner
Amstel Beer Ingredients
Water, Malted Barley, Sugar, Hop Extract
Amstel Beer Nutritional Information
Amstel has an alcohol content (ABV) of 4.1%. A pint contains 2.3 UK alcohol units and 176 calories, which is equivalent to 31 calories per 100ml. Every 100ml consists of 1.8g of carbs, 0g of protein, and 0.01g salt.