Alcohol free Beer
As said elsewhere Bravia is quite nice. The biggest problem I find with 0% alcohol beers is that they lack bite. Some of the low alcohol ones are pretty good though.
There’s a low alcohol badger ale that’s ok.
Also as mentioned a few times mixing with full strength beers makes the alcohol free beers taste watery and crap.
What is the point of alcohol free beer? Do you people not drive or are you just alcoholics?Posted 8 years agochvckMember
If I’m driving & unable to have a drink with alcohol in it then I stick to coke(not the stuff that you snort) or orange juice.Mainly for two reasons;
1)I’ve yet to find a nice tasting one.
2)Can’t see the point in paying beer prices for brown water
In my experience a pint of orange juice costs as much as a pint of beer round here! Also – if I drink coke I end up staying up for a stupidly long time after getting home. I’ve yet to find a nice tasting one too thoughPosted 8 years agoGNARGNARMember
Um……….not to sounded manly (god forbid) but really what is the point? If your in a pub, thirsty and your driving then why not drink water? Surely the only point of drinking non alchoholic beer is to for some reason disguise the fact that you’re not drinking beer which is strange, perhaps even slightly sinister.
Beer is lovely, but it gets you drunk too. Which is also nice. Without the dubious benefits of alcohol I’m not sure I would have acquired the taste for beer. Pretty sure I would never have started drinking whiskey at any rate.Posted 8 years agomrsflashMember
If I’m driving & unable to have a drink with alcohol in it then I stick to coke(not the stuff that you snort) or orange juice.
I can only drink one coke – I hate the way it makes my teeth feel. In fact, same for most soft drinks, they’re mostly so sweet.
I like water, but sometimes you want something else.Posted 8 years agoLord SummerisleMember
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