Bitburger non alcoholic beers

Bitburger

Germany

3 non alcoholic beers listed on Dry/ish

Bitburger has been brewing according to the German for over 200 years. It uses hops grown near its home town of Bitburg , its own natural yeast and deeply sourced water from the Bitburger Triassic depression. It produces Germany’s most popular draft beer and served in more than 50,000 bars, restaurants and pubs in over 70 countries worldwide.

Bitburger: 0,0% Alcohol Free Pils 0.0% ABV non alcoholic beer

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Bitburger: 0,0% Alcohol Free Pils

Lager

Lager

2.7

Malty sweetness balanced with subtle bitterness

Brewer's description

Bitburger 0,0% Alcohol Free Pils is a lustrous golden blonde pils with fine, white, stable foam. Its fragrant malty and roasted aromas are reminiscent of ripe grain and lightly roasted nuts. Fresh fruit flavors evoking ripe summer apples are counterbalanced with delicately bitter herbs followed by a hint of malty sweetness, which pleasantly fades

Bitburger: 0,0% Alkoholfreies Radler 0.0% ABV non alcoholic beer

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Bitburger: 0,0% Alkoholfreies Radler

Shandy

Shandy

3.4

Non alcoholic lemonade lager shandy

Top 5 Shandy

Brewer's description

Bitburger 0,0% Alcohol Free Radler is a luminous yellow with a light, white foam head with extra-fine bubbles. It has intense citrusy notes of grapefruit, lime and lemon jelly, with a touch of herbs and white bread in the background. It is refreshing, slightly tingly, and with an intense punch of citrus, bittersweet hops and traces of malty sweetness.

Bitburger: Drive Lager 0.0% ABV non alcoholic beer

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0.00%

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Bitburger: Drive Lager

Lager

Lager

2.4

Honey scent, subtly bitter and hoppy taste

Dry/ish review

Bitburger Drive alcohol free lager has a strange aroma that is both slightly acidic and slightly sweet. Bitburger Drive has a very light, one dimensional and somewhat indeterminate flavour, neither sweet or bitter and no distinct characteristics. Not nasty, but nothing to justifying recommending it over the many other non alcoholic lagers available. Disappointing.