Gluten-removed beers have come a long way in the last few years and nothing proved that assertion more than when I tried Brewery Dupont’s Foret Libre last Monday. I tried it a few times, just to be sure. Foret Libre is a gluten-free—excuse me, “gluten-removed”—beer that stands on its own and has the perfect dryness for a Saison that could make a delicious option to those who are trying to eliminate gluten from their diet. But mind you, its citrus and peppery punch with no cloying candy aftertaste makes it one to try no matter what. It’s Belgium’s first gluten-removed exported beer, and it’ll be released in kegs and 750-mL bottles when it’s first retailed in Baltimore next month.