This Best of British mixed Beers selection celebrates Britain’s craft brewers.
They’re a clever and determined bunch, those brewers. Years of genius and invention have gone into making these full-bodied, flavoursome, and delicious ales, all with less than 0.5% ABV. So, you can enjoy a real ale without the hangover.
6 great beers
Each case includes 2 x 330ml bottles or cans of each of these Dry Drinker favourites:
- Brewdog Nanny State 0.5%
- Infinite Session 0.5%
- Big easy Pale Ale 0.5%
- Leeds Brewery Original Alcohol Free Pale Ale 0.0%
- Nirvana Tantra Pale Ale 0.0%
- St Peter’s Without® Gold 0.0%
So, make space in the fridge and enjoy the Best of British Alcohol Free Beers.
Brewdog Nanny State 0.5%
Nanny State is dry hopped to the brink and back and is a force to be reckoned with on the bitterness scale. With a backbone of 8 different speciality malts, Nanny State will tantalise your taste buds and leave you yearning for more.
Brewed in Ellon, near Aberdeen Scotland (BrewDog also have a new brewery in the USA)
Juicy and tropical Infinite Session American Pale Ale 0.5% is created to taste like your favourite craft beer. It’s a clear, warm amber in the glass, with a fluffy head and a smooth six-grain body.
Brewed in Battersea, London
Big Easy Pale Ale
Overflows with sublime American hops which produce a beautiful bouquet of lemon, peach and apricot.
Leeds Brewery Alcohol Free Original Pale Ale
Leeds Brewery Alcohol Free Original Pale Ale has been crafted to create a well-rounded, full flavoured, traditionally styled beer. A light grassy aroma with citrus notes and a hint of grapefruit.
Brewed in Leeds
Nirvana Tantra Pale Ale 0.0%
A delicious pale ale, with a caramel malt body that is balanced with a lingering, crisp hop bitterness.
Brewed on the banks of the River Lea, London (where you can also do yoga).
St Peter’s Without® Gold
St Peter’s Without® Gold will appeal if you’re a keen ale drinker who loves a good, full-bodied golden ale or if you are more of a lager drinker who is looking for a delicious alcohol free beer.
Brewed in Suffolk.