While some brands didn't quite make the cut ("the cut," as defined here, means a beer that tastes good, and pretty much like a regular beer brewed with wheat and/or barley), the reporter was impressed or at least satisfied with some others: namely, New Planet's Off the Grid Pale Ale.
Myself? I'm still waiting for a gluten free version of Guiness Stout! Please give us a shout as to your preferred gluten free lagers, ales, and stouts!
By the way, I know that Seattle-based Metropolitan Market carries at least a few gluten free beers. Article brought to my attention by Twitterer Minnie Berger. (Isn't it funny that in the Internet age one can learn of a local article from someone halfway across the country?) Photo is unrelated to any brands mentioned above or the "Everett Herald" article; it's just a nice photo licensed by Creative Commons (assume that the fries were fried in a dedicated fryer and the hamburger bun is gluten free!)