Hi - for supper tonight I had a Kinnikinnick crust pizza AND a Redbridge beer! The beer has about 172 calories so it's not a "lite" beer but it sure is good. To find out where it's sold, go to the Anheuser-Busch website and they have a store locator. I have found the pizza crusts at natural & whole foods markets.
If you think chebe is good you should try Kinninnki pizza crusts. They come already made and frozen. They're more towards a pita than a pizza crusts but they are heavenly! I found mine at Kroger's but they're online too. I found that most of the Kinninnki foods are pretty good. I've never heard of that beer before and I live in college town so I would love to find something I could drink ! I'll have to check it out
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If you haven't found or tried Chebe bread, you HAVE to. It is my oasis in the desert of gf breads. Especially the pizza crust. I have tried it two different ways. I made one myself with the mix, and I bought it frozen ready to bake. The meijers near me has it both ways. And the cinnamon mix is heavenly. I made a batch of dipping stix, to replace my french toast cravings. So, back to saturday night. I bought the pizza crust and made a single serving veggie pizza. And to top off the night, I found red bridge beer at a liquor store nearby. It is made by Busch and it is great. I am not sure about the calories, but its my little splurge for myself. So, after having neither since the first of the year, I had pizza and beer on the same night!!!!
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