GrandOiseau wrote:He and his message not necessarily welcome round here but a review of non-alcoholic lagers.
Might give that Sainsburys Czeck lager a whirl. As I've mentioned here the Franziskaner wheat is good.
And on Saturday I saw that Wetherspoons were selling non-alcholic Adnams Ghost Ship and reading up they are using some high-tech equipment that retains it's original flavours and aromas. Will give it a go when I can.
Raised an interesting question. If they could largely remove all the alcohol from beer whilst largely retaining all the aroma, flavour - would you make the switch?
And does that mean I can drink it in the office!!
They sometimes sell a locally brewed beer of around 2.8% in my local and it is really good. I think there would be a big market for a decent session beer of that strength. I usually stay with the 3.6% local craft brew on my Tuesday night poker sessions...four pints of that being less alcoholic than three pints of the lagers my friends are drinking.