Kutztown Red Birch Beer

February 26, 2002
Filed under: birch beers — anthony @ 2:44 pm
Type: Red Birch Beer Comes In: 12oz glass bottle, 24 oz plastic bottle, keg
Available: OK, PA, online

Obtained in: mail from company
Head: Medium Sweetener: cane sugar
Calories: 160 Sodium: 20mg
Carbs: 39g Sugar: 39g
Caffeine: No
Website: http://www.kutztownbottlingworks.com/

another solid soda from Kutztown. this is a red birch which for some reason, i enjoy more than brown ones but a little less than clear ones. usually as least. the head seems to get bigger and longer laster the more i drink which is sort of strange. i think some people will find this too sweet but i do not. in fact, i can’t really tell it has cane sugar instead of regular sugar, that distinct cane sugar taste just is not here. oh well. so much the better really.
Ingredients:triple-filtered carbonated water, pure cane sugar, caramel color, natural and artificial flavor, citric acid, sodium benzoate (a preservative), yucca extracts and acacia


Anthony’s Rating: 93
User’s Rating: 83
# of ratings:40

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is Says:

This is one of the better dark birches out there. I gave it an 80 because it's pretty good, but not as good as a few of the root beers out there such as Fitz's or Frostie's which are in the mid 80's scale. This one has a great flavor up front and a slight minty licorice flavor typical of birch beers. I really enjoyed this one, but they could make the aftertaste a bit better. All in all, this is probably the third or fourth best birch beer I've tried. Very good indeed.

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