Clausthaler Unfiltered Non Alcoholic beer

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Clausthaler Unfiltered Non-Alcoholic Beer at The Drink Swap. Dry Hopped, Unfiltered beer from the most popular non-alcoholic brand in Europe,


Clausthaler Unfiltered Non Alcoholic beer is the world's first dry hopped non-alcoholic beer AND the world's first unfiltered non alc beer with cascade hops. This beer is rich, full-bodied and hoppy, with hints of malty caramel and a deliberately hazy appearance.  Crisp citrus notes complete the taste of this delicious deep amber non-alcoholic beer, producing a flavour very close to a craft beer hazy IPA.  As an added bonus, Clausthaler Unfiltered is also vegan friendly and only contains 86 calories per bottle.

Clausthaler non-alcoholic beers are brewed by limiting the alcohol produced during the brewing process, rather than removing alcohol after.  This process helps retain the flavour and preserve the quality of the beers. 

Alcohol: <0.5% ABV

How to drink:  Clausthaler Unfiltered Non Alcoholic beer is ready to drink from the bottle or poured into a tall beer glass. Serve super chilled. 

When to drink: Clausthaler Unfiltered Non Alcoholic beer is a rich natural beer with a spicy, malt aroma.  It's a great beer to drink with a takeaway or having a winter Netflix binge session. 

Food matches: This complex, full-flavoured beer is fantastic with strong flavoured food like Thai green curries, Vietnamese salads or a Bahn Mi.

The Drink Swap:  Swap your favourite hazy IPA craft beer for Clausthaler Unfiltered Non Alcoholic beer.

More about Clausthaler: Clausthaler are very much the pioneers of non-alcoholic beers, first producing in the late 1970s. The brand is recognised time and time again as the best tasting, highest quality beer in the non acohlic category internationally, exporting to over 50 countries. With the use of cutting-edge technology, Clausthaler pioneered an innovative method of brewing non-alcoholic beer. While the competition tried a different way to brew beer and extract the alcohol after the fact, Clausthaler developed a process where only a negligible amount of alcohol is produced in the first place. 

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