Very hoppy more of a beer you sip on but I liked it a lot and was nice to have beer again since I haven't had it in a very long time after finding out about a gluten allergy.
Redbridge Gluten-Free Lager
Amber / Vienna Lager /4.7% ABV / Missouri, United States
- Amber / Vienna Lager
- Missouri, United States
- Tasting Notes
- Fruity, Toasty, Grainy
- Food Pairing
- Pork, Cheese - Hard Aged
- Gluten Reduced
- Suggested Glassware
- Pint Glass, Pilsner Glass
Redbridge is a rich, full bodied lager brewed from sorghum for a well-balanced, moderately hopped taste. Made without wheat or barely so the approximately 3.2 million customers unable to drink beer made with barley can once again enjoy a great tasting beer.View all products by RedbridgeCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
NatVerified BuyerDec 12 2021Verified Buyer JavierVerified BuyerJun 5 2021Verified Buyer
I guess if you must drink gluten free, it’s probably good. You can feel its crisp and clean, well brewed beer. However, I just can’t give it more stars, since the taste is really appalling. I’m sure it’s as good as it can get if you can’t brew with wheat or other classic grains, but it’s like drinking liquid depression
CoryVerified BuyerMay 16 2021Verified Buyer
This is our favorite of the GF beers. Still an acquired taste, but much better than so many others on the market.
Nicole M.Verified BuyerMay 3 2021Verified Buyer
Haven’t tried it yet.
Solveig D.Verified BuyerOct 15 2020Verified Buyer
I get this for a family member and I think it's more drinkable than regular Bud.
JeanVerified BuyerApr 17 2020Verified Buyer
Hits the spot when you really want a beer
BasilVerified BuyerJan 10 2019Verified Buyer
I’m celiac and this stuff rules!
SusanVerified BuyerApr 30 2018Verified Buyer
LarryVerified BuyerApr 5 2018Verified Buyer
Since finding out I have Celiac disease, I have tried as many gluten free beers as I can. Not a fan of craft and micro brew beers.Redbridge is a favorite.
Patty Barry Nov 12 2017
A very pleasant surprise! Don't have to give up a tasty beer to be gluten free! And the calorie count isn't bad either!