Natural Light is a popular low-cost beer in the United States from Anheuser Busch. Described by the brewer as a “sessionable, light lager brewed with a phenomenal combination of ripe strawberry and fresh lemonade flavors that are perfect for increasing the fun of every occasion.”
This is the perfect drink for people who like strawberry lemonade . . . with beer.
Growing in popularity fast and found in plenty of major North American retailers such as Target, Total Wine, and others, a lot of people are wondering if this hard seltzer is gluten free . . .
Natural Light is already wildly popular, and Naturdays are only growing in recognition as well. That’s why a lot of people are wondering if this light lager with lemonade flavors is gluten free . . .
Are Natural Light Naturdays Gluten Free?
The Answer is: NO
Unfortunately this lemony alcoholic drink is not gluten free according to Natural Light. Because the drink is still a light lager, it is brewed from barley malt, like most beers from Natural Light. You can see the ingredients for traditional Natural Light Beer on Wikipedia.
If you have Celiac Disease or a gluten allergy/intolerance, we recommend avoiding Naturdays because they are not gluten free. Some good alternatives are White Claw, Truly, and Bud Light Seltzer if you’re looking for a slightly similar alcoholic beverage.
Photo: Natural Light
Photo: Natural Light
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We currently cannot find ingredients for Naturdays on any Natural Light website or similar website, so we cannot provide the full ingredients list. However; Wikipedia shares the ingredients for the original Natural Light Beer. They are: water, barley malt, cereal grains, yeast, and hops.
Naturdays are presumably made from a similar, or the same lager and also contain lemon/strawberry flavorings and sugars.
Naturdays contain 4.2% Alcohol and 132 calories per 12 oz. serving. There are also 12g of carbs and .6g of protein per serving.
For more information head over to: https://www.naturallight.com/our-beers/naturdays.html