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nateslu1
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2012
4544 posts

Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
And why do the only brands that offer a non-alcoholic version happen to be the worst of the worst tasting beers?


USEyourCURDS
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Member since Apr 2016
7159 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
It’s not beer


nateslu1
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2012
4544 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
but they do call it beer


t00f
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re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
There may be a documentary on this. HFC on radar.


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andouille
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Member since Dec 2004
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re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
I didn't drink alcohol for about 22 years, partly for health, partly to set an example for our teenagers. An occasional O'Doul's was a nice break from soft drinks and tea. I'm more into craft beers now, but if I'm a DD, O'Douls goes better with spicy food than tea or soft drinks.


tigers1956
LSU Fan
baton rouge
Member since Oct 2008
2507 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
It's for people who can't drink alcohol but want too feel like they still can....its only somewhat good if you get it ice ice cold....


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
3555 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
Some of the European NA's are not bad tasting and for someone who likes the taste of beer without the alcohol, for whatever reason, it is a pretty decent substitute.

The only issue I have is the price of that stuff, especially the imports as they cost as much as a real beer, and that sucks.


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BRgetthenet
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Member since Oct 2011
110622 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
For Walt.


TU Rob
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Birmingham
Member since Nov 2008
9681 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
I’ve lived 38 years on this planet and not once tasted a NA beer. Don’t plan on starting any time soon


saderade
New Orleans Saints Fan
America's City
Member since Jul 2005
23265 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
The Beck’s and St Pauli’s are better than Odoul’s. The only reason I know is because my wife sometimes wanted a beer when she was pregnant.


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re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
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And why do the only brands that offer a non-alcoholic version happen to be the worst of the worst tasting beers?
St. Pauli and Becks put out non-alcohol beer which aren't too bad.

Non-alcoholic beer makes more sense to me than diet (light) beer. If your counting your calories, beer should not be your beverage of choice. With non-alcoholic beer, those recovering can still enjoy a beer, or as stated above, perhaps someone is a DD and making an intelligent choice.


Lgrnwd
Member since Jan 2018
940 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
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Non-alcoholic beer makes more sense to me than diet (light) beer. If your counting your calories, beer should not be your beverage of choice.


I think most people that drink light beer aren’t drinking it because they are worried about calories. A lot of people don’t even know what “light” beer is for. They drink it because that’s what their daddy drank. And it is the closest tasting beer to water so it’s easy to drink so they can drink a lot of them and feel cool.


icegator337
Houston Astros Fan
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Member since Jan 2013
2043 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
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They drink it because that’s what their daddy drank. And it is the closest tasting beer to water so it’s easy to drink so they can drink a lot of them and feel cool.

Or because light beer is easy to drink. I enjoy craft beers but if I’m at the golf course or basically anywhere hot I don’t really want a thick stout or dipa glass of orange juice.


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Demshoes
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Member since Aug 2015
1635 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
My FIL does not drink alcohol but loves the taste of beer so he drinks non-alcoholic beer (to the extent it even tastes like beer).


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SUB
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2009
11850 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
There are a lot more options these days for non-alcoholic beer that aren't too bad. Some people like the taste of beer and don't want to drink alcohol.


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gabe311
New Orleans Saints Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jun 2010
1971 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
Both times my wife was pregnant she drank them. Most are bad, but I found that Beck's was tolerable. Then someone brought her some "kinder beer" from Germany that was at least ok. Better than anything we have here.


andouille
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re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
Beck's is pretty good for an NA. but if you don't care for NA, don't drink it, no one is forcing you.


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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Kyrie Eleison
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Waco, Texas
Member since Jul 2012
1108 posts

re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
i'm allergic to alcohol but still like the taste of good beer...what follows is good beer.

Bravus Brewing Co.

Athletic Brewing


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Cold Drink
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Member since Mar 2016
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re: Why does non-alcoholic beer exist?
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my wife sometimes wanted a beer when she was pregnant.
trashy


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