Beck's Blue is a light, crisp and refreshing non-alcoholic alternative to beer, with no compromise on taste. And, at only 53 calories per bottle and fat-free, it makes the perfect light refreshment.
Golden in colour, Beck's Blue is a classic German-style pilsner lager with over 140 years of heritage. Originally brewed in Germany according to the Reinheitsgebot, the German purity law of 1516, with only 4 natural ingredients: barley, hops, yeast and water.
Beck's Blue goes through the same brewing process as traditional Beck's and contains the same four natural ingredients - barley, hops, yeast and water. The only difference being that Beck's Blue undergoes de-alcoholisation, so it's alcohol free.
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Per 100 ml
|60 kJ / 14 kcal
|165 kJ / 39 kcal
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (72)
There are great alcohol-free beers out there (Erdingers, for example), but this is not one of them. The flavour is bland. Theres a bit of beer fizz to it, but that cant compensate for how utterly boring this drink is. Tried to give it away!
Just need it in tins !
It would definitely convert me to non alcoholic and Im a lager drinking master! Just would like it in a tin to truly tip me over to changing
Really nice taste. My husband was skeptical but then he drank them all and said they are perfect if you dont want a hang over and taste great. So its a win win.
I don't believe it
Have to say (as a non lager drinker) this actually tastes the best low alcohol drink I have tried. It is bitter, and tastes like beer unlike everything else that has that has that funny twang. I haven't a clue whether it tastes like normal becks, but all other brands taste nothing like the thing they purport to be. Just ordered another case.
Nasty bitter taste. Not for me. Used it for cooking!
Having tried most of the non-alcohol beers this is by far the best lager style beer.