cazort (565) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 12, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 4, 2007 Extremely bitter among NA beers, very hoppy, a bit skunky. Tastes like a good pilsener with the body and malt flavour mostly taken away. Has some body. While it is seriously deficient in certain areas, it is still my non-alcoholic brew of choice when I want something very bitter. I don’t understand why this brewer doesn’t go for more body--compare this low-calorie beer with Penn’s best, which has lower quality hops, but has the body of a real beer. I gave the high rating because I am impressed with the quality, given that it is an NA, and I need to compensate for the other raters irrationally low ratings. The bottom line--I drink this more than any other beer and it would be outright wrong for me to not give it a top rating. mjpeterson812 (61) - Ohio, USA - APR 14, 2013
I’ve tried so many N/As and this is far and away the best of them. Even better than a low abv like Beck’s Premium Light. Even when it warms up...which is when most N/As become intolerable it remains drinkable. My go-to beverage when I want a few ’beers’ but don’t want to get all tipsy. Bryght (17) - California, USA - JUN 21, 2004
The best NA beer on the market today (this is limited to what I can import of course!). Not only does the taste take you back to Oktoberfest, but the color and head are reminiscent of the greatest of German brewed creations. A superb refreshment that is never far from my lips. Also, of all current NA beers in the world - Clausthaler Premium has the LOWEST rated carbohydrates at 5.8! Drink up, eh! AtronSeige (1631) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - JUN 18, 2014
Aroma: Malt: Rich Grainy, sweet corn, light metallic. No diecetyl, no fruitiness, very clean.
Appearance: Body: Clear pale light gold. Head Frothy large, white. good retention.
Flavour: Medium-high bitterness, medium-sweetness, lingering bitterness. Grainy, bready, medium-rich, crisp, medium floral hop flavours,
Mouthfeel: Medium-light body, highly carbonated. dry finish.
Overall: Wow! This is an amazing non-alcoholic "beer". I doubt that most people will, without looking at the bottle, know that this is non-alcoholic. Highly recommended for when you are thirsty but are supposed to study (like me, now).
330ml bottle, poured. Thanks Tanja
23. Specialty Beer
2A. German Pilsner (Pils) DearBeer2013 (94) - - NOV 3, 2014
This is actualky a pretty darn good tasting non-alcoholic beer. Tastes like Samuel Adam's Boston Lager, but a bit lighter.
GreatLibations (1854) - Last Supper, Arizona, USA - JUL 12, 2008
Pale yellow w/ a decent lingering head. Aromas of toasted cramel and biscuits. Good flavor and bittering. This really is a delcious beer as the style goes. Tastes like the real stuff. If you’re on medication and can’t drink, this is the beer of choice. russmichaels (3) - Margate, Kent, ENGLAND - APR 26, 2013 does not count
Unlike most people on here I am only rating this for a non alcoholic beer and not comparing it to alcoholic beer. Non alcoholic beer of course has a different taste so should not be compared, just as diet food should not be comapred to regular food.
As a non alcoholic beer it is very good, one of the best, after a week drinking this I was used to the taste and had no desire to return to real beer. It is just a shame it is more expensive than alcohol. huineman (726) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUN 2, 2015
Au Roy de la bière, Sedan (France).
Pours pale golden with white head, quickly disappearing.
Aroma is pear, peach, honey.
Soft, sweetish, a little light-bodied. Very long bitter finish. Fabulous alcohol-free beer. nybol (2280) - DENMARK - JUL 15, 2017
fin humle, ingen surhed. skal det være alkoholfrit, er det her en overvejelse værd. jobe977 (132) - Töreboda, SWEDEN - MAY 13, 2017
UPDATED: JUL 10, 2017 Bottle (0,5%) from CÓOP. Big white head. Color is pale yellow. Aroma is very nice, a bit fruity. Very well balanced taste. One of the best low-alcohol beers and very easy to drink.