Brune-DMC is certainly the first alcohol-free Belgian Trappist ale I’ve seen, and coming from Lowtide I expect we’re in for a treat. Join me as I crack open one of their 440ml cans and travel to the streets of Bruges, via my sofa.
After brewing a hoppy lager as their first offering, Jump Ship come out with Flying Colours, a pale ale hoped with Amarillo and El Dorado. Will it be fit for the captain’s table, or more suited to the poop deck? (I have no idea about these nautical puns…)
Mash Gang’s California Uncommon certainly made a lasting impression on me via Instagram in late 2020, now I get a chance to try this beast, touted as the world’s first alcohol-free malt liquor. What the hell!?
A striking can design doesn’t give any clues as to what’s inside, except a ‘delicious non-alcoholic beer’ with ‘complexity, crispness & flavour’. Is To Øl Implosion a taste explosion or a more muted affair?