Malts: Munich, Caramalt
Hops: Simcoe, Chinook, Mosaic, Nelson Sauvin, Ahtanum, Cascade, Citra, Lemon
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100ml|
|(Of which Saturates)||<0.1g|
|(Of which Sugars)||1.8g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (31)
Nothing like the taste I expect of a good alcohol free lager. Try san miduel or Heineken instad
lactose in a beer?? why??!
My fault for not checking but why would I think I would need to check for milk products in a beer?? As a long time vegan Ive been used to checking wines for animal ingredients as well as Guinness (not that I drink it) but milk in beer??? Thankfully these were for my husband (also vegan) who hadnt yet opened one when I realised. Obviously never buying again!
light and refreshing
When I first tasted this I thought it just tasted like beer mixed with spring water. Now I prefer this to normal beer - its refreshing and doesnt give me a hangover.
Its ok . But why do some reviewers complain about there being 0.5 alcohol when it is clearly stated in description and sold as LOW alcohol . Need to read before whining.
a good alternative
I regularly drink this at home, and at brewdog bars. Is it as good as alcoholic.. no of course not. But its a refreshing alternative, easy to drink. I just wish theyd stock Hazy AF as thats nice too
Last reviewer is mistaken
All alcohol free beer has a trace of alcohol, 0.5% is classed as alcohol free and can obviously be drunk by pregnant people