It took almost a year to perfect the recipe for Without® Gold, the delicious new alcohol free golden craft beer from St Peter’s Brewery.
St Peter’s Without® will appeal to you 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.
Slightly sweet malt flavour combined with a citrus bitterness. And very moreish.
Great with a burger, topped with English cheddar cheese. But this is great to drink with anything, or on its own.
So much taste and so few calories? Yep, only 27 calories in 100ml.
St Peter’s Brewery is housed in traditional agricultural buildings in the grounds of a beautiful and remote moated 13th century manor house in Suffolk. It has led the way in the resurgence of craft breweries in the UK since its launch in 1995.
The beautiful flask-shaped oval bottle is a copy of one produced in around 1770 for one Thomas Gerrard of Gibbstown, Philadelphia, no less. The original is now kept at St. Peter’s Hall and is a rare example of an oval eighteenth Century beer bottle.
Pure water & Kentish hops
St Peter’s Without® Gold begins its life deep below the ground, with pure water drawn from a borehole. Just add Kentish Hops, locally malted barley, yeast and lots of skill from head brewer Steve Groves.
Alcohol free brewing brilliance
It took time and a many false steps to devise the special production process used to make Without® . It involves tweaked fermentation and the stripping out of residual alcohol, which doesn’t affect the distinctive taste.
Dry Drinker are delighted to be stockists for this very fine golden ale. Buy yours online now!
Ingredients: malted barley, maize, hops and yeast
energy – 24 kcal
carbohydrate – 6.4 g
of which sugar – 1.6 g
Trusted Shops review
‘Treating myself to a bottle or two of the new Gold Ale from St Peters. Excellent. Being a repeat customer I can’t thank Dry Drinker enough for the quality of the beers, but also the best customer service experience a customer will experience.’ (July 2017)