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Five low and non-alcoholic beers to try

With people opting for a healthier lifestyle, non-alcoholic beers have come a long way in the past few years. Loads of brands have started producing good quality, low or non-alcoholic beers which makes skipping the alcohol for now or every now and then, much easier. 

We have listed 3 low alcohol beers and two non-alcoholic beers below to try next time you're out and see what you think!


Big Drop Stout 0.5% ABV

This low-alcohol beer was founded by two friends in 2016 who became fathers and were looking to ease themselves into parenthood with a low-alcohol beer. Although Big Drop is relatively new to the market it has become quite popular. The bitterness works well as it’s not overpowering and it creates a nice balance.


Thornbridge Zero Five 0.5% ABV

Thornbridge Zero Five is a light pale ale that is only in its entry into the low-alcohol market, however it is one to try. It pours pale gold, with a generous head that fades quickly. It’s a clean, fairly dry finish although the bitterness lingers to the next sip and is a very light, and even slightly restrained, pale ale.


Harvey’s Old Ale, 0.5% ABV

Harvey’s is an established English family brewery dating back to 1790. It tends towards the traditional, and while its Old Ale is normally a 4.3% ABV dark mild, this low-alcohol incarnation still has a deep copper-chestnut pour, with a light off-white head that shortly gives way. It is a great example of a traditional malty English beer made to a very high standard. 


Peroni Libera 0.0% – 0%

Peroni’s Libera 0.0% is the latest non-alcoholic beer to hit the market. The sinless brew is made with the same Nostrano dell’Isola maize unique to Peroni Nastro Azzurro, while a dedicated yeast strain helps to impart its citrusy aromas and hoppy characteristics. It then undergoes a “special decoction” process, allowing the liquid to retain its flavour while removing its alcohol content.


Heineken 0.0 – 0%

Heineken beer has been around for a very long time but they launched their first non-alcoholic beer in 2017. It was no surprise that in 2018, Heineken 0.0 was a winner of a Gold medal drinks business, Beer Master, proving its credentials when up against the mainstream. Heineken 0.0 is twice brewed and fermented with Heineken’s unique A-yeast before the alcohol is removed and the brew blended to achieve a surprisingly authentic fruity flavour with slight malty notes. For all lager lovers out there this is a reliable winner.

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