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gulfcoastguy
Wednesday, January 1, 2014, 2:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Shiner Ruby Redbird summer seasonal beer is very good. It has red grapefruit and ginger in it.
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Do you know what grain is used?



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It doesn't say but then neither does the GTD book when it rates beer as a diamond. Underneath the citrus it is a light beer that does use barley malt and hops. I usually avoid wheat beer and Shiner's Boch is my go to favorite. Not that I average more than 2 beers a month.
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I think citrus and beer are a fantastic flavor-combination.
And I love ginger with grapefruit.

I haven't had a beer in a year or so, I think, but this reminds me of my infusions of old: Limeade in beer.


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I went to the company web site and they still didn't say what kind of grain. I hope barley but who knows?
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I never had flavoured beers
But I did drink a few beer during the christmas days
- beers is not rated as high as wine - and I tend to get really fat on tummy if I overdo both
But I really do like a cold beer in summer or with a real danish lunch


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Quoted from gulfcoastguy
I went to the company web site and they still didn't say what kind of grain. I hope barley but who knows?


I called the Spoetzl brewery earlier today.
The only thing that they would tell me is that Ruby Redbird isn't made with wheat.
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Well I doubt it is made with corn so it sounds good to me.
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My boyfriend gave my Nomad son a beer making kit last week.  Since he likes drinking craft beers from local breweries let’s see how well he does with his own.  I won’t try it, I’ll just listen to comments his friends make.  


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Victoria
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I'm curious if anyone with gluten intolerance is able to drink beer made from wheat.  I haven't tested it yet.



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Quoted from Victoria
I'm curious if anyone with gluten intolerance is able to drink beer made from wheat.  I haven't tested it yet.


Since gluten intolerance means different things to different folks you will find people who consider themselves gluten intolerant that can drink conventional beer. Some commercial brews are actually fairly low in gluten. I have seen suggestions that budweiser contains less than 20 ppm of gluten,which would work for a large fraction of the "gluten intolerant" population.

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But there are gluten free beers for people that are sensitive to gluten, so gluten intolerant folks can use these if they do not desire to risk it.



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