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In the United States, it can be a challenge to find gluten-free nonalcoholic beers. After a quick search on the major alcohol retailers (Amazon, Walmart, Total Wines), I was only able to find a few options, most of which were quite expensive. Given how fast the demand for non-alcoholic beer is growing in the US, I was surprised to see so few options readily available to online consumers.
It is often suggested to us that new or expecting parents would be a perfect target market for Point 5. But because we’re all engineers here at Point 5, we had to do some research first to find out: Is NA beer safe for pregnant women?
Before you grab an NA from your beer fridge and fly out the door for a drive, I’ll break down the legality for drinking NA while driving.
Different non alcoholic beers are best for different occasions and different preferences. Rather than just rate each beer, I'll provide a perspective on each non alcoholic beer brand from three vantage points: Style - alcoholic beer this is most similar to, Production method - arrested fermentation, distillation or membrane separation, Occasion - i.e. refreshment, with food, exploration etc.