It's only recently there has been a boom. Just in the past few months. Becks blue has been around for ages and I do like it as a cold beer but now we can get ale, bitter, colder, wines and even a gin and tonic (I've not tried this). Gluten free beers have increased to but I've not seen a no/low alcahol one. Our 'no gluten in the house' rule is relaxed for my alcahol free beers as long as I drink out of the bottle there is no contamination issue.The options are very limited in the US. It is hard to find the imported AF beers here, too. AF beer just hasn't taken off here. I understand there are a lot more options in Europe, and even in Canada.
Curiously enough, I am drinking a glass of Ghost Ship at this moment. It is 4.5%, so unless there is another version, I'm a bit mystified as to how that classifies as low alcohol.There is an increasing number of alcahol free versions of drinks. My favourite is Ghostship by Adnams. A nice very low alcahol free beer.
I didn't realise there was an alcoholic version, I thought it was a specific low alcohol beer. Here is the link. I challenge you to do a blind taste test and see if there is a difference.Curiously enough, I am drinking a glass of Ghost Ship at this moment. It is 4.5%, so unless there is another version, I'm a bit mystified as to how that classifies as low alcohol.
My wife has to avoid caffeine as much as possible, but she loves her tea, so decaf it is.Alcohol free beer is like caffeine free tea..pointless....