Rothaus non alcoholic beers

Rothaus

Germany

2 non alcoholic beers listed on Dry/ish

In 1791 the Rothaus brewery was founded by the Benedictine monastery of St. Blasien and is still based in the Black Forest region of Germany today. Unusually the brewery is state owned by the state of Baden-Württemberg, although it is run like other private or family businesses. It is famous for its Tannenzäpfle pils and Weizitäpfle Wheat beer, and produces non-alcoholic versions of both.

Rothaus: Tannenzapfle Alcohol Free 0.5% ABV non alcoholic beer

ABV

0.50%

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Rothaus: Tannenzapfle Alcohol Free

Lager

Lager

3.8

Malt and spice taste, fruit and hop aftertaste

Brewer's description

Rothaus Tannenzapfle Alcohol Free - the malt note in the initial taste is finely pearled and immediately replaced by a strong spice. A fruity hops note follows in the aftertaste.

Rothaus: Weizenzapfle Alcohol Free Wheat Beer 0.5% ABV non alcoholic beer

ABV

0.50%

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Rothaus: Weizenzapfle Alcohol Free Wheat Beer

Wheat Beer

Wheat Beer

3.3

Smooth, sweet fruity taste; subtle citrus aftertaste

Brewer's description

Rothaus Weizenzapfle Alcohol Free Wheat Beer flavours include creamy banana accompanied by cereals, rounded off by a very subtle, tangy citrus note