A relative newbie to the alcohol-free beer scene, Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing brewery offer up their Lager Day Saints offering to we non-alcoholic gods. Is this AF lager suitable for holy communion, or should we burn it in the wicker man?
Adnams Sole Star low alcohol beer has been around in one form or another for almost a decade, but only recently has it reached the all-important 0.5% ABV level, which allows us to review it here. So we did!
It’s been over a year since a Big Drop beer was featured on this website, but the company has gone from strength to strength in that time. Have their beers done the same? Poolside DDH is a new addition to their core range, and offers promises of modern hops aplenty. I’ve no pool to drink it beside, maybe the bath will have to do?
Lowtide Brewing have an impressive record in the AF beer world despite being in operation for less than a year. We finally try out their first released beer, DIPA Toe In, and see if it’s the juicy hop-bomb we’re all expecting it to be.
Athletic Brewing are the Big Drop of the United States – their beers are popular, innovative, readily available, but maybe overhyped. Upside Dawn is their flagship golden ale, and we put it to the test to see how it compares to other ales on the market, and the UK’s own homegrown AF beers.
Mash Gang do what they do well – innovate the alcohol-free beer scene. But the last thing I thought they would be bringing out is a pilsner lager. Stoop American Pilsner promises to be a ‘throwback lager’ suitable for chugging back on a hot summer’s day. I’d best get to it then…
This is the one all the fans of the black stuff from Ireland have been waiting for – Guinness 0.0 is finally here, and this time we’ve manage to nab a load before any recall! There is a lot riding on this, a potential disaster for the alcohol-free beer scene if such a high profile beer fails. Fingers crossed, let’s crack one open!