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Reviews of Non-Alcoholic and Low-Alcohol Drinks from St Peters

St Peter's Without Original

A delicious alcohol free, full-bodied ale, that’s dark amber in colour. It boasts a rich and malty taste that is bursting with lasting flavour, followed by a refreshing and delicate bitterness - St Peter's Brewery

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These superb craftsmen have done it again

I once visited this Suffolk brewery and would highly recommend a visit. I'll say little more other than it really is a place to discover for yourself. I rate their alcoholic ales very highly, so it was with trepidation that I opened a bottle of their zero alcohol ale, fearing that I would be sorely disappointed. However, these superb craftsmen have done it again. A full bodied, flavourful ale that really does bridge the zero-alcohol gap remarkably well. Perhaps a little fizzy or sweet for some, but the caramel flavours really give the impression of a Beer festival IPA to be remarked upon, and has almost none of the poor aftertaste that ruins so many forrays into this realm. I actually get excited just seeing this on the shelf - surely it's too good to be true!

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St Peter's Without Gold

"A refreshingly delicious golden coloured alcohol-free craft beer, which has an ever so slightly sweet malt flavour, combined with a pleasingly subtle citrus flavour in the mouth." - St Peter's

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A pint to name your newborn son after

This is the sort of pint you could name your newborn son after - you'd know he'd grow up to be an intelligent kinda guy and you just wouldn't have to worry about him. You'd also hope he'd be famous one day...because he blimmin' well should be! I may have given the game away on this one, but St. Peter's really do know what I like. It might not be as sophisticated as Clark Gable, or hoppily modern like...Justin Bieber (took me a while for that one), but it is just SO satisfyingly pleasing. Malty caramel richness, toned down a little to make way for citrus, this ale just works as a lovely, hearty treat at the end of a long day. Franky, my dear, I love it.

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