Alt/Beer - Dare to Compare!


Taste test challenge - Alcohol Free Beers

We’re game if you are!

With people choosing to drink less (or at least less often) alcohol free beers can make a refreshing alternative to the standard non-alc choices such as soft drinks and fruit juices.

Typically they are dry (so no excess sugar) and very low in calories thanks to the lack of alcohol.

Some of them even taste like beer!

Join us in store at 119 Harris Street Pyrmont this Friday 1st Feb, 4-7pm to take these alt/alc options for a test drive!


Krombacher Alcohol Free Pils (Germany)

What Krombacher says: “During production the focus was is produce a product that has the full bodied characteristics of Krombacher Pils minus the alcohol content.

The non-alcoholic beer is brewed in the same way, with the same fresh Felsquellwasser® (mountain spring water) and malt content. It then goes through a process of de-alcoholisation developed especially in Krombach, which enables the beer to retain the unique aroma which originates during the brewing process.

It is no wonder therefore, with these credentials, that this isotonic thirst quencher is the most popular non-alcoholic Pils in Germany!”  "Every 5th non-alcoholic Pils consumed in Germany comes from Krombach."


Holsten 0.0 Lager (Germany)

What Holsten says ‘A full flavoured German Pilsener, brewed using traditional brewing methods. Prior to bottling the alcohol is removed using gentle evaporation, leaving a refreshing Pilsener taste that everyone can enjoy.

Boasting less than a third of the calories in a full strength beer, Holsten 0.0% matches waist-kind flavour with sources of electrolytes.”


Sobah Beers (Burleigh Heads QLD)

What Sobah says “Our current range includes three premium beers uniquely brewed with bush tucker - Lemon Aspen Pilsner, Finger Lime Cerveza & Pepperberry IPA.

We're breaking down the stigma of socialising sober. You can enjoy a unique tasting non-alcoholic adult drink when out with mates. Sobah really is the truly social drink.

It is our aim to raise cultural awareness and promote Aboriginal arts, language and history through the Sobah range.

We recognise First Nations Peoples of Australia, language groups, origins and the Dreaming. We ethically source our ingredients and knowledge. Maarubaa nginda -  thank you”

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