Nittenauer non alcoholic beers

Nittenauer

Germany

3 non alcoholic beers listed on Dry/ish

German brewery in Nitttenau close to the Czech border. Its roots date back to 1762, but its modern history begins in 1923 when the Jakob family took it over - they still run it today. It focuses on using ingredients produced in its region and produces almost all its own energy from its solar array.

Nittenauer: Alcohol-Free WIT Orange & Coriander 0.5% ABV non alcoholic beer

ABV

0.50%

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Nittenauer: Alcohol-Free WIT Orange & Coriander

Wheat Beer

Wheat Beer

3.8

Wheat beer sweetness with orange and coriander

Brewer's description

The Wit is a non-alcoholic beer in the style of a Belgian Wit beer. The alcohol-free character is created with a special yeast that cannot ferment malt sugar. When the wort is boiled and the beer is stored, Curacao orange peel and grated coriander seeds are traditionally given.

Nittenauer: Le Chauffeur alcohol-free IPA 0.4% ABV non alcoholic beer

ABV

0.40%

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Nittenauer: Le Chauffeur alcohol-free IPA

IPA

IPA

4.7

Fruity, hoppy European Beer Star winner

Top 5 IPA & Top 10 Beer

Brewer's description

An alcohol-free beer that doesn't compromise on taste. The hop varieties Chinook, Callista, Simcoe and Mosaic give the beer unique fruity notes. Le Chauffeur was the winning beer of the European Beer Star 2019 in the Non-Alcoholic Ale category and was awarded the gold medal.

Nittenauer: Lola Coffee Porter alcohol-free 0.4% ABV non alcoholic beer

ABV

0.40%

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Nittenauer: Lola Coffee Porter alcohol-free

Stout/ Porter/ Dark

Stout/ Porter/ Dark

4.0

Combines chocolate, malt and coffee

Top 5 Stout/ Porter/ Dark

Dry/ish review

Nittenauer Lola Coffee Porter as might be expected has an aroma of malt and coffee. Sweet malts and caramel are definitely at the fore when tasting it, along with a definite backdrop of coffee that emerges more fully in the aftertaste and lingers. Nittenauer Lola is light bodied, maybe a little thin and perhaps a touch over carbonated. In general Dryish is not a big fan of Porters, but if you enjoy the style you’ll probably enjoy this. One thing to note is that it is quite high in calories.