Coast Beer Co’s “Farmhouse Ale” is a delightfully different UK-hopped low-alcohol (0.3%) pale ale. Get tasting notes an find out ingredients, nutritional info and stockists in this review. Ah, the humble hop. When medieval brewers first started adding wild hops… Read more
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“Cheers Branca” is a Portuguese pale lager from the Super Bock brewery. Get tasting notes and info on calories, stockists, carbs, sugar and ingredients in this review. Famed for its fortified wines, Portugal isn’t on many people’s radars when it comes… Read more
Lindeboom “0.5%” is a low-alcohol Dutch pilsner. Find out how it tastes, plus get info on calories, carbs, sugar and where to buy in this review. The Netherlands is home to some of the best-known beer brands in the world.… Read more
Stiegl “Freibier” is a low-alcohol (0.5%) lager made with wheat. Get tasting notes plus info on stockists, calories, carbs, sugar and ingredients in this review. I don’t know about you, but beer isn’t the first thing that comes to mind… Read more
Free Damm is Catalan brewery Damm’s alcohol-free (0%) lager. Get tasting notes and info on ingredients, calories, carbs, sugar and stockists in this review. One of the benefits of drinking alcohol-free beer is that – in many regions including the… Read more