Like many of us, I’m trying to be more conscious of how much I’m drinking and making more mindful decisions to make sure I’m looking after my body. But it can be a little be hard to know where to start with all the new options that are out there. sobersauce.uk has come up with a brilliant solution for those of us who want alcohol-free beers. They created a Discovery Box of 8 different alcohol-free beers so that you can try a whole range without forking out for a case of each.
The beers can change from time to time, so I’m going to take you through what was in my box to give you an idea of what to expect.
Brooklyn Special Effects
Brooklyn Special Effects use a special fermentation method that develops the flavours, aromas & character of beer with none of the alcohol, and a generous dry hopping resulting in lively hop notes and a clean finish.
St Peter’s Without
St Peter’s without is an alcohol-free craft beer, which has an ever so slightly sweet malt flavour, combined with a pleasingly subtle citrus flavour in the mouth.
Coast Hazy IPA
This was the first beer Coast brewed when launching in Spring 2019. It has citrus and tropical fruit flavours thanks to dry hopping of fresh Simcoe, Citra, and Mosaic.
Adnams Ghost Ship
Adnams invested in a reverse osmosis plant which allows the team to brew Ghost Ship 4.5% and then take out the alcohol leaving the same taste, flavours and aromas of the full strentgh Ghost Ship, but with just 0.5% of the ABV.
Infinite Session Pils
An original pilsner brewed from Saaz & Hallertauer hops to give you a lager withour the alcohol. (My husband enjoyed this one just last night)
Big Drop Pine Trail
This beer is brewed from Magnum, Mosaic and Amarillo hops by Big Drop Brewery. This was the only brand I had tried before and I know Big Drop do an excellent job on their alcohol free beers.
Braxzz Orange IPA
This Amsterdam beer was inspired by American IPAs. They also make a non-alcoholic porter which is pretty cool.
Lucky Saint spent a lot of time looking for a unique way to brew better alcohol free beer. From their step mash technique and wort run-off to fermentation and dry hopping, they honed the process for each of our beers in pursuit of one thing – flavour.
If you’d like to discover some non-alcoholic beers, click here.
This was a sponsored blog post but all opinions are my own.