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Getränkewelt Kundenkarte beantragenBeck's Blue bringt den vollen Beck's-Geschmack alkoholfrei in die Flasche. So behalten Genießer einen klaren Kopf, ohne . Beck's Blue Alkoholfrei von Brauerei Beck GmbH & Co. KG, Bremen. Für alle, die den puren, frischen Geschmack von Becks Pils lieben, aber auf Alkohol verzichten möchten. Gebraut nach deutschen Reinheitsgebot. Zutaten.
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Becks Blue has 0. Root Beer or Ginger Beer? Seriously though, almost all of the marketed "Alchol Free" drinks contain minimal amounts of alchol, just like the cans of Shandy marketed for kids.
The "Alchol Free" drinks market is targeted at the Adult market and so tends to be stocked with all the other alchol products; unlike the cans of Shandy, so I would suspect that they really don't come under the "Sale of Alchol" standards but because many shops have them in the Alchol aisles the shops and supermarkets tend to restrict the sale in the same way.
Alcohol free beer is disgusting. Becks Blue tastes fine to me. Waits for delivery of free samples. Rowdy Posts: 6, Forum Member.
Becks Blue must taste OK, at my 40th birthday party I noticed my uncle was on about his 5th bottle so I asked him why he'd got a taxi instead of driving if he was drinking that.
Hut27 Posts: 1, Forum Member. OK, it tastes cardboardy at the back, but this has more character than many alcoholic big-brand lagers. Shockingly good.
That Bavaria is made in, erm, Holland is the least of it. Family owners the Swinkels may have been brewing for years, and they may have patented their own alcohol-free fermenting process, but they have failed to nail palatable no-alcohol beer.
Bavaria 0. The aroma is stewed vegetables and the flavour is all syrupy sweetness and hot, wet grains with just a fizzle of hop bitterness at its edges.
Imagine the most juvenile, mass-produced, malty US lager, but worse. I would happily pay hard cash never to drink this again.
Brewed in Germany, where they are supposed to know a thing or two about good beer, Clausthaler is bizarrely musty on the nose.
The flavour is split three ways between that, a lemon sherbet taste reminiscent of cheap lager shandy and jangling bursts of metallic hop notes.
An interesting yet clean and balanced flavour, which balances bitterness with a smidge of sweet esters tops things off.
It has an exceptional, full-bodied mouthfeel and an unconventional but delicious aroma that consists of grapefruit, pale malts and lemon.
Sweet and sour on the nose and in the mouth, expect aromas of mango and lychee and flavours of wheat, lemon and orange.
Gluten free and suitable for vegans , the beer uses Citra and Bobek hops that mash flavours of lychee and mango with a caramel, biscuity maltiness.
It has a cracking malty aroma with hints of caramelised sugar and honey. Its low-alcohol offering has an amazingly creamy mouthfeel.
Aldi took their time bring alcohol-free beer to their shelves. Expect a clean aroma with a touch of pepper and caramel.
Plus an uncluttered flavour that weaves in a balanced bitterness. Many an NA producer has chucked lots of aromatic hops in their lagers but few have labelled them as an IPL India pale lager.
This Aldi IPL is a pretty good example of this newer style, with low malt flavours allowing tropical mango, lemon, grapefruit and passion fruit flavours to shine.
Ales are fermented at more ambient temperatures than lagers with yeast that floats at the top of the fermenter.
It looks gorgeous once poured too. It would be easy to mistake ü. NN for a full-ABV pale ale. The aroma manages to weave in fruit and spice with pine, grass, coriander seed and oregano backed by a hit of mango and lychee.
The body rivals many standard brews while the fruity flavours are followed by a balanced bitterness that leaves you wanting another sip and quick.
Originally a 1. This is a nicely balanced pale ale, which oozes citrus and mango aroma and flavours. It contains four types of hops, with a focus on the relatively new US hop, Citra.
The aroma features tropical fruits and lemon, with a touch of wheat beer aromas — bubblegum and banana. Throw in some cocoa and roasted coffee flavours from the dark malts in this one and you have yourself a distinctive and tasty non-alcoholic beer.
With vitamin B12 and folic acid, this brew can be used as a recovery option after exercise. This AF beer has a wheaty aroma with subtle banana scents.
With a distinctive, malty taste, there is a good depth of flavour and bitter finish. Sure, the taste and smell could be a little more interesting.
But it still beats many standard beers in this department. As the US has far fewer options in the AF beer market, we did some digging to include an option that was American-brewed.
With a wide range of flavours available from this brewery, this US treat is a perfect thirst quencher with hints of grapefruit and spice. An award-winning recipe, based on a Great American Beer Festival, this brew is proud to be American, and is ideal when you are taking care of your heavenly body!
Not at all thin like some non-alcoholic beers can be. Bottoms up! Take the Challenge! You must be logged in to post a comment.