Big Flavour, Big Choice

Big Flavour, Big Choice

When Big Drop was launched in 2016 there weren’t any alcohol-free craft beers and so its founders -Rob Fink & James Kindred – set about changing that as the world’s first brewer dedicated to making great tasting beer that just so happens to be alcohol-free. It has since won 60 international beer awards, including four times ‘World’s Best’ at the World Beer Awards and beating full-strength rivals in blind-tastings on a number of occasions. Naturally-brewed to a superior craft quality, it’s beers are big on flavour and personality, but never more than 0.5% ABV. Its ethos is that whatever kind of style on the craft beer spectrum you’re into, there’s a Big Drop with your name on it.

With 16 styles to choose from currently, we’ve selected 8 of the latest one’s for you to get sampling, tastes even better with triple reward points added to your wallet:

Poolside DDH IPA

A classic hop-fest that fuses tropical flavours to recreate the intensity of a double IPA. The fantastic blend of US hops combine to give pineapple, citrus, pine and stone fruit aromas underpinned by a pine and herby flavour – topped off with an unapologetic slap of mango – to make this the ultimate summer thirst quencher.

Wildtrack APA

Giving a nod to the classic new, old school west coast IPAs. Carefully chosen grain blends combine to produce a gentle, understated, drier balanced, malt finish to this brew. Allowing the American ‘C’ hops to take centre stage. These combine delivering pine resin and tropical notes on the palate, coupled with distinctive bitterness and a punch of grapefruit.

Coba Maya Cerveza

A crisp, clean, lawnmower-style lager which pours the colour of straw in sunlight. A balanced malt punch on the palate, which a gentle spicy and herbal aroma of German noble hops. Stick an slice of lime in it and enjoy, Cerveza-style!

Double Strike Sour

Now also available in cans for the first time, this is a tastebud-tickling Sour with a clean white grape aroma, hints of fresh white bread and almost lemon curd-like sourness. A great gateway into the world of sour beers, and, with its mouthwatering properties — an excellent aperitif.

Go on, Go Big.

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