Freedom Amber No Gluten + Adaptogens

Freedom Amber No Gluten + Adaptogens
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One of a kind

Brewed with adaptogens

Savor the bold, earthy essence of our Freedom Amber Ale, a brew crafted without gluten and infused with Ashwagandha and L-Theanine. This amber-hued ale offers a balanced, earthy flavor, blending wellness and taste seamlessly.

  • Ashwagandha is a traditional medicinal herb used in Ayurveda, known for its adaptogenic properties that help the body manage stress and promote overall well-being.*

  • L-Theanine is an amino acid commonly found in tea leaves and certain mushrooms, known for promoting relaxation without drowsiness.*

HOPS

Celeia
(Styrian Goldings)

MALTS

millet, buckwheat, oats

PROFILE

earthy, caramel, corn

Nutrition

Ingredients

68

calories

0g

fat

0.23%

abv

Millet, buckwheat, oats, hops, gluten-free yeast, ashwagandha, and l-theanine

What are adaptogens?

Here's an overview:

Adaptogens are unique natural herbs and roots, like Ginseng, Ashwagandha, and Rhodiola, famed in traditional medicine for aiding the body's stress response. These botanicals are believed to help in adapting to stress and maintaining balance.

Benefits:

  • Stress Management: They may support a more effective stress response.
  • Physiological Balance: Aimed at stabilizing body processes.
  • Energizing Qualities: Often used for boosting vitality and focus.

Important Considerations
While adaptogens have a rich history in herbal traditions, it's crucial to understand that they are not FDA approved. Their efficacy and safety are subjects of ongoing scientific study.

Usage Advice
Always consult healthcare professionals before adding adaptogens to your routine, particularly if you have health concerns or are on medication. Explore the world of adaptogens responsibly, informed by both tradition and modern research.

Crafted Without Gluten

How did we do it?

Choosing suitable grains - The first step is creating a recipe, and we found that millet, buckwheat, and oats would give us the right flavor, color, and mouthfeel. We sourced these from facilities like Grouse Malt House, which specializes in gluten-free ingredients.

We make all of our beers, except this one, with barley which is the gluten component, and since gluten is in our facility, we are not calling this beer gluten-free. However, we took many precautions to consider gluten sensitivities, including extra deep cleaning in our brewery.

Although our fermentation tanks, packaging line, and all other equipment the beer touches is rigorously cleaned and inspected after each beer, the brewhouse typically receives less attention. In this case, we made sure every inch of those tanks was spotless, including removing the lauter screens to scrub each one and ensure no piece of grain was left behind.

Finally, when we transferred the finished beer into the brite tank for packaging, we added a product called Clarex. Because it contains an enzyme that breaks down gluten, it is often used by breweries that can claim that their beer is gluten-reduced. We decided to add it to our beer, which was made without gluten, just to be sure.

Customer Reviews

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Tinka
Tastes like ashwaganda.

Nice idea, and it's fine if you want a drink like this, but I have been so excited to find a gluten free, alcohol free beer I can actually enjoy. With the added adaptogens, it doesn't taste or feel like drinking a beer and I was really disappointed. If you make batches both with and without I'll be happy to rate this higher, but as an exchange for the only beer I can drink (due to allergies) without the additional ingredients it's a low rating from me.

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Andrew Newell
Yum

Very nice. Malty and smooth. This and the Cali Pale are fantastic for people like me ... celiac

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RICHARD KNOBLAUCH
At Long Last

Finally a GF beer with a dark, rich color AND flavor to match!!!

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Christian
Complex and tasty

Have been an NA beer drinker on and off for the last couple of years. Heard about Go Brewing on Recovery Elevator podcast. Joined the club and this was one of my first 6 packs. Super impressed. Great taste, very refreshing gorgeous color. Not a big fan of IPA's so this was right up my alley. 5 stars

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Nate C.
Consistently Top Notch

The amber is excellent. It has a rich, malty flavor profile and satisfying head and mouthfeel. However, this review is more about Go Brewing as a whole. I don't drink alcohol but I've got a taste for beer so I've tried as many NAs as I can find. This company puts out the best of the best and it's not even close. The Sunshine State, Not Just Another Story and Grapefruit Pale are all must tries. In fact the Grapefruit Pale is substantially better than the Jab Jab, and should be promoted from the pilot to full time line up. If I go a few months without ordering, this company takes the time to send me a personalized email with a coupon code, and I appreciate that attention to even the smallest customer. So the hype is real. Do yourself a favor and try anything on the lineup.

*The statements regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.