First of all, there’s a bunch of different Gluten Free Beer Brands on the market, but there’s two major problems with Gluten Free Beer:
1) It’s hard to find at your local liquor store
2) Most of the time, it doesn’t taste good
The reason I personally like RedBridge Gluten Free Beer so much is because it solves the 2 biggest problems with Gluten Free Beer. It’s easy to find, heck I live in a town of about
6,000 and I have 2 locations that carry it, my local liquor store and my local grocery store
RedBridge Gluten Free Beer Prices
Gluten Free Beer can be little bit on the pricey side, if you compare it to the ol’ Bud Light’s and other popular beers that are not Gluten Free Beer. RedBridge Beer, is nicely priced, and has an excellent flavor to it. Since I found out about RedBridge Gluten Free Beer, I have bought 3 or 4 six packs, and while writing this post, I’m finishing off a six pack right now. Here in Michigan, I paid $7.99 + Deposit for my 6 Pack of Gluten Free Beer, and let me tell ya, I love it because my wife Crystal doesn’t mind me drinking it as much as she does the regular non Gluten Free Beer. Some of my favorites include Killians, Guiness & Stella Artois.
Ingredients & Alcohol Volume
First of all, this might be considered common sense, but I’m going to make sure we cover all the bases here, a servicing size is one 12 Oz. Beer. This is not going to be the same if you drink the whole six pack.
Ingredients: Water, Fermented Sorghum, (Sorghum Corn Syrup), Hops, Yeast.
Alcohol by volume is 4% Alcohol by weight its 3.2%
Total Fat: 0g / 0%
Sodium: 9mg / <1%
Total Carbs: 12.3g / 4%
As you can see, this is the ingredients of a real Gluten Free Beer, simply because there’s no wheat or barley added, whatsoever. I gotta comment on, it’s not too bad getting a buzz from it. I haven’t been drinking as much this year as I used to simply because I’m trying to watch my weight levels, and Gluten Free Beer or Regular Beer for that matter, doesn’t help that at all.
My thoughts On The Flavor
This is going to be my conclusion about RedBridge Gluten Free Beer, and thus far, I’m really impressed with the way it tastes. Its got a nice smooth taste, it doesn’t have that nasty thick taste that some dryer more thicker beers will give you, and like I mentioned before, its got good pricing, and it’s really easy to find. I really like it a lot, and until I find something better, I’m going to continue to keep drinking it. The biggest thing I have a hard time with when it comes to Gluten Free Beers, is its hard to find and when you do actually find some, they’re priced a little steep, heck I called a local liquor store nearby, and they said that they carried 3 or 4 brands, but the prices were all over $10 a 6 pack, now I personally not going to spend that much on a 6 pack, that’s just crazy.