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.
Straight out of San Diego, Two Roots were originally known for their brews laced with cannabis, though their main output now seems to be non-alcoholic craft beers. We give their ‘Enough Said’ Helles lager a relaxing spin.
‘I Am Become Death Destroyer of Worlds’ is not something you could easily ask for in a noisy pub, so we’ll stick to the cans when reviewing this second beer from nolo nutters Mash Gang. Read on to see if we survive!
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…)
Previously known (to me at least) as the brewers behind Infinite Session’s beers, this NEIPA is the first non-alcoholic beer I’ve seen under Sambrook’s Brewery’s own label. Does it follow a similar path, or blaze it’s own trail in the alcohol-free world?
Hailing from one of the original non-alcoholic beer producers of the 1970s, Clausthaler Unfiltered is one of their newer offerings on the market. Does the addition of dry-hopped Cascade improve on the original?
Fortitude Drinks’ first product is their Everyday Lager, and promises ‘low alcohol at it’s best’. Let’s put these claims to the test using our tried and tested and boringly-standard reviewing techniques!