An integrated amperometric d-lactic acid biosensor involving a gold film deposited by sputtering on a stainless steel disk electrode where the enzymes d-lactic acid dehydrogenase (DLDH) and diaphorase (DP) as well as the redox mediator tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) are coimmobilized by using a dialysis membrane, is reported in this work. Amperometry in stirred solutions at a detection potential of +0.15 V (vs Ag/AgCl reference electrode) provided a linear calibration plot for d-lactic acid over the 1.0×10-4 to 3.8×10-3 g L-1 concentration range, with a limit of detection of 3.1×10-5 g L-1. The usefulness of the biosensor was demonstrated by determining d-lactic acid in beer samples with good results. Additionally, the biosensor was implemented together with a commercial l-lactic amperometric biosensor in a semiautomatic flow-injection analysis (FIA) system able to perform a rapid and simple stereo-specific determination of d- and d-lactic without a previous separation step. The operational characteristics of the biosensors under flow conditions were evaluated and its applicability was demonstrated through the simultaneous determination of both enantiomers in beer samples.