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That's great to hear. I haven't seen that brand yet but recently started drinking Red Bridge, which is also quite tasty. I'm a dark beer drinking (porters, stouts) and it was a dare to try the lighter sorghum beer but I liked it because its a bit sweet. I also believe that if I (yes me, all on my own) show Anheuser Busch that there is a market for this stuff, they will experiment with a stout or porter.
Then maybe they would make a calorie free, gluten free porter that I can afford.
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Another one that is very good is RedBridge.. brewed by Anhauser Busch. It is made from sougram and is delicious. I am not a big beer drinker myself, but sure does taste good when it is a warm day !! I wrote to the company and they sent me this additional information
Redbridge has 174 calories and 20 grams of carbohydrates and 4.8 percent alcohol by volume per 12-ounce serving. In addition, Redbridge contains no fat or cholesterol.
I have found it in a local pub in town and at my local grocery store, so congrats to you who really enjoy an ocasional beer now and then.
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Just found a delicious GF beer at Whole Foods yesterday. It's called New Grist (www.newgrist.com) from the Lakefront Brewery in Wisconsin. :) It made me happy. Not only is it a beer that I enjoy (I'm not a huge beer-fan), but my beer loving non-GF hubby loved it too ..plus it's from my home state. :D I highly recommend it.
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