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Low-alcohol beer (also called non-alcoholic or NA beer, small beer or small ale, or near-beer) is beer with
very low or no alcohol content. Most low-alcohol beers are lagers, but there are some low-alcohol ales.
In the United States, beverages containing less than 0.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) were legally called non-
alcoholic, according to the now-defunct Volstead Act. Due to its very low alcohol content, NA beer may be
legally sold to minors in most American states.
O'Doul's Amber - Introduced in 1997, this brand is brewed using two-row and
specialty caramel malts with a blend of the finest imported and domestic hops,
to create a full-bodied nonalcohol brew. O'Doul's Amber offers consumers the
look and richer taste of an all-malt specialty beer in a nonalcohol beverage.
Labatt Nordic was introduced in 1990 as part of an ongoing commitment to
offering beer drinkers a sensible alternative. The use of a special brewing
process allows Labatt to provide its consumers with a product with all the same
great beer taste, but without the alcohol. This full-flavoured, low-alcohol beer
is smooth-tasting, with only 80 calories per serving.
Buckler Brewed by Heineken, this NA is refreshing with a clear light golden
color. The aroma is sweet and grassy, with caramel notes, much like
Coors The responsible choice in a premium
nonalcoholic brew. Introduced in
1997. Available in bottles and cans. 73 calories
per 12-ounce serving and less
than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume.
St. Pauli Non-Alcoholic (N.A.) has a pleasant hop aroma, a well-balanced malt
flavor, crisp hop finish and the taste of an imported beer without the alcohol.
Introduced in 1989, Sharp’s is a non-alcohol alternative to premium beers.
Miller's patented Ever-Cool® brewing process allows Sharp's to be brewed at a
lower temperature, minimizing production of alcohol and giving Sharp's the
great taste of beer. Sharp’s contains less than 0.5% alcohol by volume and 58
calories per 12-ounce serving.
Molson Exel is a premium-quality, non-alcoholic brew. Using hte finest
ingrediants available, Molson carefully crafts this beer to offer the cold, crisp,
and clean taste expected from North America's Oldest Brewer.
Old Milwaukee NA is among the best tasting beers in America. Old
Milwaukee NA has consistently been recognized and won many awards for its
superior taste and quality. In 1991- Old Milwaukee NA was rated "Best Non-
Alcohol Beverage" For a great beer at a great price, it doesn't get any better
than this. Old Milwaukee NA is good as gold.
Beck’s Non-Alcohol - Light golden-colored
non-alcohol malt beverage with aroma notes of
European hops and rich malt. The taste is clean
and crisp with a nice hop finish.
Busch NA - The company's first subpremium-
priced, nonalcohol brew debuted in 1994
Clausthaler has all of the attributes of a choice
German beer: a pleasant taste and bouquet of
hops, a firm head, and a full body. In fact,
Clausthaler's taste is so rich that it is
indistinguishable from German beers containing
Genesee NA (Non-Alcoholic) "Genny NA" is a draft brewed with six-row
barley malt, and a special blend of premium hops, then cold aged for a full-
bodied, refreshing non-alcoholic malt beverage. Genesee uses a special process
that restricts the formation of alcohol during the normal brewing process, thus
producing a flavorful malt beverage without the alcohol. Genesee NA was
introduced in 1991.
O'Doul's - This nonalcohol brew contains less than
one-half of 1 percent alcohol by volume and is
marketed to those who want the great taste of
Anheuser-Busch beer in a nonalcohol brew.
O'Doul's was introduced nationally in 1990.
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