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I just tried it too, picked it up along with some New Grist, which I have had often before.

I wasn't too impressed with the Redbridge... tasted like Budweiser to me. Which, before celiac, was always the worse tasting beer to me. Though, I didn't care for New Grist exactly when it came out either. I'll give it a few more chances. Still hoping to try Bard's Tale soon. Sounds a bit less "light beer like" as its an ale and a bit darker. Looking forward to that.


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The Red Bridge is okay. New Grist is a little better. I like Bards Tale the best but that is hard to find and is quite expensive. Bards Tale is a darker ale with a nice bitter hops taste.


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