If you’re looking for a low-alcohol beer that still packs a punch, look no further than Speakeasy So Let’s Talk x Tiny Rebel. This collaboration between Tiny Rebel Brewing Co and So Let’s Talk, a not-for-profit platform that provides preventative and holistic sessions on mental, physical, and financial health to hospitality workers, is a refreshing take on the classic IPA.
Heineken 0.0 provides a refreshing alternative for those who want to enjoy the taste of Heineken lager without the alcohol content.
Hoegaarden Wit Blanche 0,0 is a non-alcoholic version of the traditional Belgian wheat beer, Hoegaarden Wit. This beer has a hazy, pale yellow color and a thick, white head. The aroma is a mix of citrus and spices, with notes of coriander and orange peel. The taste is light and refreshing, with a subtle sweetness …
No Worries, from Norwegian brewery Lervig, is not just one beer but a whole series.
As well as the standard version of No Worries, Lervig also brews lemon, mango, grapefruit and pineapple-infused variations and even a Christmas version.
Watch as we pour a glass of Paradiso Citra IPA by Big Drop Brewing Co.
Paradiso was chosen as the United Kingdom winner at the World Beer Awards 2020. But will this award-winning non-alcoholic beer live up to our expectations?
Lost AF is an alcohol-free lager from the hugely successful – but also more than a little controversial – Scottish brewery, BrewDog.
Whatever you may think of BrewDog as a company, they certainly make some good beers. So we poured a glass of Lost AF and put this non-alcoholic lager to the test.
Non-alcoholic beer shouldn’t be boring. We firmly believe that you should look forward to opening a low-alcohol beer just as much as something stronger.
So we were excited to try Clwb Tropica Non Alc, which its brewer Tiny Rebel describes as “a party in a can”.