If you thought the recent boom in breweries producing real ale and craft beer would chip away at lager’s market share, you’d be wrong. In 2017, lagers accounted for 75% of beer sales, up from a tiny 7% in 1970.… Read more
Non-alcoholic beer reviews and alcohol-free resources
Low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beers have improved dramatically in recent years.
Sure, you still get the odd stinker. But there are now many innovative breweries producing excellent low-alcohol and alcohol-free beers and lagers, some of which rival their higher-ABV equivalents.
Steady Drinker helps you discover great-tasting low and non-alcoholic ales, IPAs, stouts and lagers under 0.5% ABV so you can cut down how much alcohol you drink.
Latest AF and NA beer reviews
If you think the labelling on bottles of Rothaus beer looks a bit retro, it’s because it is – the current design appeared in the early 70s. The image, which appears on all the brewery’s beers, reminds me of the… Read more
It’s no secret that many alcohol-free brewers don’t have a permanent home. For example, Infinite Session brew from Sambrook’s Brewery in Battersea and Mikkeller, which is almost as well-known for its prolific range of non-alcoholic beers as it is for… Read more
In common with sour beers, porters have many of the characteristics work well in alcohol-free beers. For starters, they’re often quite sweet. And they usually have a lower ABV and thinner body than stouts (though some would say there’s little… Read more
Sour beers, with a tartness that’s expert in masking the absence of alcohol flavours, make great low and no alcohol beers. One of the first breweries to have a go at an alcohol-free sour was Mikkeller with “Hallo, Ich Bin”… Read more