Looking beyond the sweet and syrupy fruit beers that were once popular, it's now all about the juicy, tropical flavours in a more refined brew.
The Small Beer Co take their time to produce their beautiful beers. The six weeks that the team give their beers, compared up to the average of 4-5 days, not only delivers the clean yet pronounced flavour profiles, it allows the beer to 'drop bright' naturally, removing the need for Isinglass and allowing them to retain their vegan credentials.
Cotswold Brew Co 22 Lager is matured for four weeks, making it taste as good as a typical lager while containing half the alcohol units.
Low or no alcohol brews continue to be what's hot in the market. They allow the discerning drinker to enjoy a sociable evening for longer or be the designated driver without feeling excluded.
This hand-picked selection allows you to choose a quality beer from around the world or closer to home - and we challenge you to spot the difference!
Make waves with Shipyard Low Tide: a low alcohol pale ale with a rich and fruity hop character.
New to our shelves this year, Van De Streek Playground Non Alcoholic IPA is brewed with five American hops, but mostly without the alcohol! With citrus and tropical flavours, it has a nice bitterness, and more importantly, you can still get behind the wheel after this one. Whilst Brooklyn Special Effects is a hoppy lager with an unexpected piney aroma and pleasantly bitter finish. The beer gets its bready sweetness from a blend of specialty malts, and its surprising nose from dry-hopping with citrus- and pine-forward hopsa technique rarely used in non-alcoholic brewing.
Big Drop have a range of smashing brews for you to choose from. Believe it or not, their 0.5% beers have won awards against full-strength rivals. So whether you're looking to cut down, cut out or just try something new, Big Drop has crafted something for almost any beer lover.
View the whole lineup here.
Coeliac? Restricted diet? The good news is you and your customers don't need to forego the pints with one of these flavour-packed brews!
First Chop believe there's no place for gluten in any beer, so they make sure they remove any last trace - tests show a gluten content of below 5PPM (parts per million) for each of their flavoursome range.