What’s in Your Beer? ‘SECRETS OF BEER EXPOSED’ The Food Babe Takes on the Beer Industry | Alex Jones – Infowars

Unlabeled ingredients allowed in beer: GMO Corn, GMO Rice, Propylene Glycol, GMO Dextrose, High Fructose Corn Syrup, GMO Corn Syrup, Fish Bladder, MSG, Carageenan, Caramel Coloring 4 considered a carcinogen in Califoria, Isinglass, Calcium Disodium EDTA (made from formaldehyde, sodium cayanide, and Ethylenediamine), BPA (Bisphenol A is a component in many can liners and it may leach into the beer. BPA can mimic the female hormone estrogen and may affect sperm count, and other organ functions.) Insect-Based Dyes: carmine derived from cochineal insects to color beer, FD&C Blue 1, Red 40 and Yellow 5 (Made from petroleum, linked to allergies, asthma and hyperactivity) Foam Control: Used for head retention; (glyceryl monostearate and pepsin are both potentially derived from animals,  Some beer don’t even use real Hops; Tetrahops.



The beers on this list below are clean of additives (including processing aids like carrageenan and isinglass) and transparent about their ingredients. They either list the complete ingredients on their website, on the bottle label, or emailed us the ingredient list.  We have not been compensated in any way for these recommendations and we are in no way affiliated with these brands. We know there are many more brands out there, if your favorite beer is not on this list, contact them to find out the truth. We will be constantly updating this list as we get more information.

Clean Beer Choices – Beer Companies That Tell Us What’s In Their Beer!



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