Rockin Refuel Review

Rockin Refuel Review

Rockin Refuel is a protein drink that goes after the athletes of the world in hopes to properly refuel them after a workout. This drink is produced by Shamrock Farms, which is a large company the sells milk, sour cream, and other dairy products based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Their sports line has a builder, lean, and recovery drink similar to what Rockin Refuel offers. This refuel drink was introduced to the market in 2011, and the company has their own cows and farms to mass produce product.


The company says that the supplement drink is lactose free, has 30 grams of protein, and is made with real milk for optimal results. In one 12 oz. bottle there are 6-8 grams of sugar present depending on which flavor you have, which is on the low side. In each bottle there are 190 calories for the builders, and the recovery drink has an upward of 300 calories. Each bottle costs around $1.25 which can be found at most grocery stores, and a case of 12 will cost around $30.00.

There are no real instructions to follow when drinking Rockin Refuel, due to its flexible makeup. If you wanted to sip on this throughout the day, you certainly could or you could drink it before or after a workout. This product was offered on Amazon, but they are now discontinued for an unknown reason. There are three flavors to choose from: chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla.

The Bottom Line: This product is a versatile drink for recovery and building muscle. It contains 30 grams of protein and comes in chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry.


There is nothing dangerous about this milk to anyone, nor are there any health concerns regarding certain medications that may be interrupted while drinking Rockin Refuel. The reason why Amazon stopped selling it was because of the higher costs to ship it cold. In the grocery store they sell for no more than $1.50 and Amazon simply couldn’t match that price with the cold storage needed to keep the milk fresh. The milk in Rockin Refuel comes from Shamrock Farms, which is a reputable dairy company supplying milk all over the United States. They even supply the recovery milk for Arizona State University Athletics.

Ingredient List Chocolate: Water, Skim Milk, Milk Protein Concentrate, Cream, Cocoa, Soluble Corn Fiber, Sodium, Hexametaphosphate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Corn Starch, Salt, Sucralose, Carrageenan, Lactase Enzyme, Vitamin A Palmitate and Vitamin D3.

Ingredient List Vanilla: Water, Skim Milk, Milk Protein Concentrate, Cream, Salt, Sodium, Hexametaphosphate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Salt, Sucralose, Carrageenan, Lactase Enzyme, Caramel Color, Vitamin A Palmitate and Vitamin D3.

Ingredient List Strawberry: Water, Skim Milk, Milk Protein Concentrate, Cream, Cocoa, Soluble Corn Fiber, Salt, Sodium, Hexametaphosphate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sucralose, Red #40, Carrageenan, Lactase Enzyme, Vitamin A Palmitate and Vitamin D3.

The Bottom Line: This product is entirely and 100% safe for anyone who can tolerate milk!

Pros And Cons

There are no major cons at this point with Shamrock Farms recovery and builder milk. It is reasonably priced, it has good safe ingredients for the most part, and it is manufactured at a safe farm. It also has a high number of proteins, which is not the cleanest out there, but it has 30 grams and not a lot of chalky flavor. For those who love this drink, it is because of the flavor and how it recovers their body. This is an overall good product for those looking for a cheap and easy way to get more protein into the diet. Sure, it is not all natural by any means but it is a better alternative to more dangerous options such as performance enhancing drugs.

The Bottom Line: There are no real cons about this product. Many people if not all people are cleared to drink it as long as they can tolerate digesting milk.


Rockin Refuel is an affordable and convenient way to get protein in the day, especially after a workout. It is sold at most grocery stores at an affordable price per bottle. There really is no downside to giving it a try if you are not picky about the form of protein you are taking in. For those who are picky and like clean powders and supplements derived from hemp, plants, and other sources this may not be for you. For those of you who need that little boost in calories after a workout, this may just be the perfect drink to try out.




*Individual results will vary.
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My name is Lauren Jones and I come from a longstanding background of fitness and nutrition. I was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. Growing up, I played at the highest level of competitive tennis in the United States. I would travel both domestically and internationally to compete high level tournaments. With that, came a very disciplined regime of fitness and nutrition. I was given a full ride tennis scholarship to a Division 1 school, where I studied Journalism. After school, I went on to play professionally for two years. I love to incorporate health, and wellness in everything I do!