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
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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
Good alcohol-free beer doesn’t come cheap. And why should it? After all, most have the same ingredients as a standard beer. Then there’s the expertise and resources that go into creating a beer that has no alcohol but doesn’t compromise… Read more
Adding fruit to beer might seem like a gimmick. Yet, while it’s true that fruit beer was traditionally a rare sight in countries like the UK, US and Germany, Belgium has a long history of breweries adding fruit to their… Read more