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Planning to partake in Dry January this year? Good news! Low alcohol and alcohol free beer has evolved into a wide selection of beers with outstanding flavour profiles. So sit back, crack open an NA beer, and reset your body for the year to come!
Dry January is a trend that gained popularity over the last decade or so, but its origins can be traced back as early as 1942 as part of a war effort for the Finnish. During the month of January, many people around the world choose to ditch alcohol for the first month of the year. Cutting back temporarily could help you: feel better overall, gain a better understanding of your drinking habits, improve your sleeping patterns, and even improve your immune system. While the jury’s still out on the long-term Dry January benefits of removing alcohol for the short term, the trend continues to grow every year.
Low alcohol and alcohol-free beer has a long reputation for not having much flavour, but times have changed, and these days you can get your hands on a variety of enjoyable alcohol-free beers (less than 0.05% alcohol). Check out some of the best low and no alcohol beers below:
This popular low alcohol and alcohol free beer mixed case contains 15 fantastic beers to try, including wheat beer, IPAs, lagers and more. If NA beer is new to you, this is the mixed case to try. But don’t take our word for it; here’s a smashing review from a happy customer:
”Received my first box of low alcohol beers. Service was excellent. All the beers had different characteristics. Considering they were low alcohol the taste is so good it is difficult to not believe the were normal alcohol beers. Had some favourites and will be ordering again. Fully recommend if your looking to reduce your alcohol intake but still enjoy a beer.” --John, 12/03/2020
This alcohol-free German wheat beer was brewed by Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu and contains less than 0.5% alcohol. It’s been described as a “go to low alcohol drink” and has the flavour profile of a full-alcohol weiss beer that pours a stunning medium-amber colour with a full off-white head.
This alcohol free (.5% ABV) IPA uses a perfectly balanced blend of Cascade, Columbus, Centennial, Simcoe and Amarillo hops to create a light-bodied beer with a hoppy profile. This is a west-coast inspired ale with all the flavours and characteristics of a full-alcohol IPA without the buzz. Guaranteed to get any IPA drinker through Dry January with flying colours!
This alcohol free mega-pack contains six different beers, four cans of each.:
Each of these low and no alcohol beers boasts full flavours and characteristics of their full-alcohol counterparts. If you’re trying to figure out how to have some fun with Dry January, this case will do the trick!
If you’ve never tried to achieve Dry January before, here’s some tips to help you get through it.
Teaming up with a friend for Dry January is the best way to make it to 1st February without taking a sip of alcohol. It’s no secret that working with a partner towards a common goal will increase your chances of success, but it’s also a lot more fun than having a go alone.
Are there any hobbies that you’ve been meaning to try? How about that 1500 piece puzzle sitting in the back of your closet? Keeping your mind busy will help keep your mind off drinking. Take a hike, explore some new recipes, or watch a movie with a loved one. There are a million things to do instead of drinking booze, so making a list might just help you discover something fun and new about yourself!
Whether you’re a beer or spirits person, there’s plenty of alcohol free drinks for you to explore. A quick Google search for “mocktails” will pull up thousands of recipe ideas to inspire you throughout the month, and our entire lineup of Low and No Alcohol Beer will ship quickly to your door to keep your fridge stocked with AF cold brews. Whatever your style, congrats on making a good decision for your life and health! Happy New Year!
Pairing beer and food together isn’t all rules and science. That would make for a terribly boring dinner party! Instead, it’s the art of taking a good beer, some good food and partnering them together to make something even better. It’s the adventure of discovering what works, what doesn’t and what you like. It’s you taking a bite, taking a sip and then declaring your undying love for that imperial stout and chocolate cake.
Barrel-ageing beers is not a new thing, but it is getting more and more popular, and has probably never been as inventive. Adrian Tierney-Jones explores the new wave of ageing beer in wood
While some so-called off-flavours can be appropriate in certain styles others are not and may kill a little bit of your soul. Here's a quick guide to the most common off-flavours.
Father’s Day, 20th June 2021, is the special date in the calendar when we celebrate and give a nod to the Dads in our lives. It’s an excuse to spoil them with a little something to say thank you for being awesome. If you’re looking for inspiration for a craft beer-loving Dad, then check out our top 7 Father’s Day beer gifts.
Another can spins off the line at Stone Brewing’s new brewery in Berlin. The speed of the whole process is astonishing, a matter of seconds from empty can to filled and sealed. Those amazing hop aromas that Stone Brewing’s IPA is known for are locked in, only to escape as you release the swirling lemon, pine, grapefruit aromas in one of the world’s best IPAs. Cans are the perfect container for this beer. And here’s why.
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