Pioneers of the American craft beer scene, Shipyard Brewing’s Low Tide is an alcohol-free American-style pale ale. Portland Maine’s finest should be packed full of fruity hops, so I’m looking forward to cracking this one open. Join me!
Another alcohol-free stout is always a welcome visitor to the Free Beer household. Beer Geek Flat White comes from the Mikkeller stable, so we’re expecting good quality, but will there also be a touch of madness to it?
To this Brit, from it’s name alone, Straight Drank sounds like something from the sun-drenched shores of California. And it is! We try out Two Roots Brewing’s West Coast IPA with the expectation of something decidedly hoppy.
Stieglbrauerei in Austria have over 500 years of brewing experience under their belt, but all that involves full-strength beer production. Has this knowledge helped them with Stiegl Freibier, their first non-alcoholic lager? We pop a bottle open and let you know.
Yet another lager from a macro brewery, this time it’s San Miguel’s 0.0 version of their Spanish holiday favourite. Does it rest easy with it’s unchallenging contemporaries or could it possibly stand out in some way?
Spiritual Journey is the first Mash Gang beer to come out of a proper brewery – in this case the Northern Monk Leeds joint. Mash Gang have gone up a step or two in the brewing world, have their beers done the same?
To many in the craft beer scene Omnipollo can not put a foot wrong. I’ve seen many people place Konx on a pedestal in the alcohol-free world, so it’s about time I gave it a try. However, even the can design makes me think I’m not cool enough to pass judgement!
I’ve been looking forward to sampling some of Athletic Brewing’s offerings since first setting eyes on them a few years ago, and they’ve finally made the move over to the UK. Here I try out their flagship IPA, Run Wild.