Ladies and Gentleman the time has finally come.
Boozeday tuesday has arrived and it’s time to turn the fuck up.
Today we are sippin on the Glutenberg Blonde ale, let's crack this baby open.
The Glutenberg Blonde ale is a damn good beer.
Very light in both appearance and flavor, the Glutenburg Blonde is a solid blonde ale with bitterless, crisp taste. Awesome for a summer day on the beach or a grill out with the fellas.
It is pretty heavily carbonated, but not to a point where it becomes uncomfortable. I actually think that the carbonation plays a role in both the freshness and the floral taste.
I’m hesitant I must admit because it is just a bit more carbonated than most beers that I have tried. But for you, my loyal readers, I feel I must do this thing.
Time to get the beer bong.
Here we go, she's loaded up and ready to rumble. Time to up the ante.
(Note: this is a live review, and it’s getting real in here.)
It’s a little tough to take down at first just as a result of the carbonation. While the Glutenberg in a pint glass was a fresh and bitterless beverage, when it is beer bonged it becomes very bitter as well. Yegh.
Will it do in a pinch? No doubt, but I think this is much more of a sipping beer.
A 4-pack of 16 oz. cans at 4.5% ran me $9.99.
While this is the same amount of beer you’d find in a 12 oz 6 pack, I find the 16 oz cans a little daunting when I'm trying to shotgun a brewski.
On the other hand, 1 glutenberg usually does me solid where as I may have 2 12oz cans of another beer.
Definitely great value.
Holy shitballs it sure as hell is! Glutenberg, just like cider, is 100% gluten-free. This means you, me or anyone can have this beer without the subsequent G.I. problem that tend to arise.
Need more information on gluten-free vs. gluten-reduced? Check it out here.
Keep in mind that most beers are “gluten-reduced”, not gluten free.
With Glutenberg producing a beer that is this good and this easy to drink while also being gluten free, I believe they are in a great position as a company to help push other beer-producers to up their gluten-free game