I feel like it’s probably necessary to write an addendum to my Redbridge post, in which I emphatically lauded Anheuser Busch’s gluten-free beer for basically being the solution to all of my problems.
This is the situation: after finishing the first six pack, I bought another six pack, which has gone pretty much untouched. Like, I think I opened one of the beers but ended up pouring it down the sink after a couple hours. Because after opening it I was sort of just happy sitting there beside it, the two of us blankly taking in whatever episode of Storage Wars was on, like some boring couple that has gone without more intimate congress for quite some time, and actually abhors the idea of tasting one another.
In other words, I think that maybe it’s time to admit that Redbridge tastes like Bud Light. Which makes sense when you consider that it’s made by Anheuser Busch.
“Oh but you’re being a beer snob!” ~possible thing you might say to me if we were sitting together right now and you’d had enough Redbridges to challenge someone as physically intimidating as myself, which is to say you’d have had like ten Redbridges, because another sucky thing about Redbridge, in addition to the fact the it tastes like contaminated water and conjures memories of vomiting upside down into the nozzle of a keg, is the fact that it has an alcohol content of 4.8 percent.