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Can full-strength beer be as healthy as low-alcohol alternatives?

Low-alcohol beers are often seen as the healthy option in the pub, but are there other full-strength alternatives for those seeking to reduce their calorie intake? There has been a lot of noise around ... read more

Low-alcohol wine on the radar, as health concerns rise

"In Europe, alcohol-free beers are very popular. Alcohol-reduced wine and alcohol-free wine can now be found in shops ... diseases may lead consumers to perceive low-alcohol drinks as a healthier ... read more

CUB gets crafty as brands go flat

The creation of beers like Carlton Zero is a direct answer to the shift towards moderation and health that has emerged among beer drinkers in the past decade. It’s why full-strength mainstream ... is ... read more

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When did Netflix become more popular than alcohol? What Mum, Dad can learn from Generation Sensible

Both small and large international brewers, including AB InBev, Budweiser and Peroni, are adding low alcohol versions of their ... or no alcohol beer tastes just as good as full-strength beer. And ... read more

Flying Dog Brewery Gets Into The Marijuana Beverage Game

Some reports indicate that health-conscious cannabis consumers are searching for smoking alternatives ... beer. “We’re very familiar with how to get the hop character into a very low-alcohol beer,” he ... read more

Millennials are drinking less beer. So beer is becoming more like juice.

Like Natty Light, it has low alcohol by volume (ABV) at 4.2 percent and marginally more calories (132 per 12-ounce can compared to ... owned by the third-largest beer supplier in the world, is also ... read more

Navigating the competitive space of low-ABV beverages

This is in response to a wider need for health and wellness ... alcohol-free beverages such as beer can be named in the same way as their alcoholic counterparts. It depends solely on their percentages ... read more

BrewDog champions non-alcoholic beer

With a growing interest in flavour, and a range of styles now available across the marketplace, low-alcohol beer options can no longer afford ... that reflect the popular full-strength styles and ... read more

Goodbye, 3.2, hello, 4.8? Utah lawmaker pushes bill to allow stores to sell stronger beer

Under current Utah law, only 3.2 percent beer can be ... it will allow full-strength beer in stores beginning April 1. When that happens, only Utah and Minnesota will require weaker beer in grocery ... read more

New Canned Beverages Built for Beach Drinking May Not Be Booze at All

The no- and low-alcohol beer market is keenly aware of this ... Some people grab a bottle of kombucha as an alternative to alcohol, but if you add more sugar and ferment it for longer, you can raise ... read more

Heineken 0.0: Beer Icon Targets New Generation With Fewer Calories, Carbs, Alcohol (And Great Taste)

In an early review before it hit the market, Men’s Health ... beverage for beer lovers that they can take anywhere, from the sidewalk to the office to their cars, one that competes as much with ... read more

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