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Dry hopped with refreshing floral and grapefruit hops, a splash of yuzu bursts through the caramel base to create a perfect harmony of flavours

4.5

Extreme juiciness bursts through the subtle caramel base with blasts of passion fruit, stone fruit, and citrus, capped with a sessionably bitter finish

3.8

A postmodern classic, reinvented. Juicy tropical fruit mixes it up with grassy and pine notes for a beer that’s all flavour, no alcohol

3.5

This is what happens when you slice PINEAPPLES, squeeze MANGOS, crush PEACHES and pummel PASSIONFRUIT into a Non-Alc IPA

3.5

A full flavoured German Pilsner style dry hopped with Saaz hops. Crisp, clean with a light aroma of citrus rind and spice

3.3

Smooth, full bodied and juicy New England IPA. Bursting with Pineapple, Grapefruit & Mango aromas and rounded off with a touch of Vanilla.

3.3

A lager that pours smoothly without an over-inflated head. A balanced and rich malt body and balanced, slightly marked bitterness. Centennial and Mosaic varieties of American hops give the brew a fresh floral aroma with hints of tropical fruit and citrus

3.3

Thanks to its balanced combination of fine malt aromas, refreshingly fruity Weissbier flavours and a pleasing hint of sweetness, our non-alcoholic Weissbier 0,0% can be enjoyed on any occasion

2.8

Jever Fun is the ideal drink for anyone who fancies a real beer flavour – but wants to go without alcohol, stay active or is simply keeping an eye on their nutrition.

2.5

Perfectly balanced flavour to the recipe based on hops and numerous types of malt: Pilsner, Munich, caramel and roasted. It is a combination of subtle bitterness with a slight hint of sweetness, creating a pleasant non-alcoholic beer

2.3

Munich malt, also known as Münchner malt, is a type of malted barley that is often used in the production of non-alcoholic beers. This malt is made by kilning the barley at higher temperatures than other malts, resulting in a darker colour and a distinctive flavour.

In non-alcoholic beer production, Munich malt is often used as a specialty malt to add depth and complexity to the beer’s flavour profile. It can contribute to the beer’s maltiness, sweetness, and nuttiness, as well as its colour. Munich malt can also provide some body and mouthfeel to the beer, enhancing its overall texture.

Non-alcoholic beers made with Munich malt can vary in flavour and style, depending on the other ingredients used and the brewing process. Munich malt is often used in conjunction with other malts, such as pilsner or wheat, to create a well-rounded flavour profile. Some non-alcoholic beers may also use Munich malt exclusively as their base malt, resulting in a richer and more complex flavour.

Overall, Munich malt is an important ingredient in the production of many non-alcoholic beers and can greatly enhance their flavour and character. Its use in non-alcoholic beer production highlights the versatility and diversity of malted barley in brewing.