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St Peter’s Launches Without® Alcohol-Free Beer

St Peter’s Without® is the delicious new brew from St Peter’s Brewery in Suffolk. It’s
malty, full-bodied and bursting with flavour – just as you’d expect from a finely brewed
ale. Three years in the making, St Peter’s Without® is a real, bona fide choice even for
the most ardent beer drinker as it is brewed to the exact same standards as your
favourite craft ale, but without the alcohol. In fact, it contains less alcohol…

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National pub chains tap into St. Peter’s non-alcoholic beer

Pub chain giants JD Wetherspoon and Stonegate will begin pouring a range of
non-alcoholic beers brewed by St. Peter’s in a bid to tap into a rise in teetotalism among
younger drinkers…

Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/08/06/wetherspoon-and-stonegate-pubs-tap-into-st-peters-non-alcoholic/

JD Wetherspoon and Stonegate bring in St Peter’s non-alcoholic beer

The Norfolk-based brewers are already widely stocked across supermarkets and bars in the UK with both bottles and casks, and are now ready to unleash their non-alcoholic range, which they have spent £1 million over three years developing..

Read more: https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2016/08/jd-wetherspoon-and-stonegate-bring-in-st-peters-non-alcoholic-beer/

St. Peter’s Brewery launches alcohol free beer, Without

Seeing a gap in the market for a delicious, full-bodied alcohol free beer that really tastes as good as the real thing, St Peter’s Brewery has launched St Peter’s Without, a three-year project and a major investment for the craft brewery..

Read more: http://www.retailtimes.co.uk/st-peters-brewery-launches-alcohol-free-beer-without

A New Non Alcoholic Beverage: St. Peter’s Without

Seeing a gap in the market for a full-bodied alcohol free beer that really tastes as good as the real thing, St Peter’s Brewery has launched St Peter’s Without.

Read more: http://www.abouttimemagazine.co.uk/food/winner-wednesdays-10-foodie-products-you-need-to-buy-this-week/

St Peter’s launches alcohol-free beer

St Peter’s has unveiled an alcohol-free beer that it says is full-bodied and tastes as “good as the real thing”.

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St Peter’s launches alcohol-free beer


Top 10 low and non-alcoholic drinks

The Norfolk-based brewers are already widely stocked across supermarkets and bars in the UK with both bottles and casks, and are now ready to unleash their non-alcoholic range…

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https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2016/09/top-10-low-and-non-alcoholic-drinks/10/

BBC Radio 2 – Simon Mayo, Drive Time Review

Transcript:

“This is St Peter’s Without 0.05 from St Peter’s. Based at the St Peter’s Hall near Bungay and they’ve done a good job. Packs plenty of punch. There’s no way you’d know this is without alcohol. It’s that good malty punch, that’s what you need. Often they are more lager-style but I much prefer this it’s a darker beer and there’s lots of malt in there. You’d absolutely get away with this. You’d think 4-5% something like that. St Peter’s has done a good job. This is a great way if you’re going to have a day off it then drink some of this, you’ll barely miss it.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07xxpsh#play

Time: 01:22:40

Business Weekly:


http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/news/food-and-beverage/major-export-success-uk-first-alcohol-free-craft-beer

Beer Today:

Alcohol-free Without is an export success


 

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Testimonials

“Hi All
I had to drop you a line to thank you for St Peter’s Without Original Ale.
I have not been able to drink alcohol for over 3 years due to medication I have to take. It has been a sad 3 years of soft drinks and terrible non alcoholic lagers and wines.
Two weeks ago I discovered “Without Original” and my life is transformed. I used to love real ales and this is the best thing I’ve tasted in 3 years. So thank you, thank you, thank you!!! You have a very happy customer, please don’t ever stop making it.
Thanks and regards”

Trina B

“Your alcohol free ale is far and away the best on the market.
I was so impressed that I had to immediately find 12 bottles one of which I have attached.
As a reformed drinker this makes my life much more pleasurable and allows me to feel like a grown up at a myriad of social occasions.
I salute you and I salute your beer.”

David Elliott

“Thank you so much for this delicious drink. I stopped drinking alcohol over a year ago, this is by far the best af beer/ lager I’ve tasted! I jumped for joy when I saw it in my local Tesco’s. Thanks again.
Drinking Without helps me to feel I’m not going without!”

Marion Carr

“I just wanted to say thank you to St Peter’s for creating Without. I decided to give up alcohol some time ago but I’ve never lost my taste for excellent beer. I’ve been drinking European alcohol-free beers but I’ve really wanted to see some British brewers offering a proper beer to compete against them. Without delivers on every level as far as I’m concerned – it will undoubtedly become my staple.
Thanks again”

A Chambers

“I am writing to thank you and congratulate you on St Peter’s Without. I first discovered it in March on a visit to the Tesco store in Cheshunt. I have today found it in Whole Foods in Cheltenham. It is so lovely to find a beer that has been brewed with so much care to preserve the flavour, just without the alcohol. Having been an ale/beer/bitter drinker for some 25 years or so, I recently gave up alcohol as a life choice. When I’m out soft drinks get too sweet throughout an evening and too many pubs take the easy bulk purchase option of Beck’s Blue. We have recently returned from Spain where the selection of 0.0% beers is vast and most pubs/restaurants stock different choices.
I know the landlord/owner of a local independent bar/restaurant who have recently taken on a new much larger venue as well. I certainly will be recommended it to them.”

Nick

“I have just purchased my first bottle of St Peter’s Without at my local Tesco – what an absolute revelation!
For 25 years I used to thoroughly enjoy sampling craft ales from the light summer ales to the nourishing winter warmers.
However, for medical reasons I had to give up alcohol.
I was very frustrated that the alcohol free beers in the supermarkets were mainly confined to Pilsner type lagers, which although very refreshing when chilled, lacked the taste and complexity I was craving for.
Gently pouring St Peter’s Without I was immediately struck by the thick rich head that emerged and the beautiful copper colour that presented itself. The taste though was awesome. Light hoppy notes complemented the rich underlying bass tones of the malt. When finished I admired the lace of the head clinging to the sides of the glass – a true sign of a good ale.
You have done it! An excellent craft ale with all the taste, complexity and flavour of the real thing but with none of the alcohol.
Please can you pass on my congratulations to all the team and in particular the Head Brewer. A truly fantastic achievement.”

Adrian

“Just wanted to say, very well done on St Peters Without. I’m a huge fan of everything you do at St Peters, and have been for a number of years, and I was overjoyed that you’d ventured into the free-beer market. You’ve created the best alcohol-free beer I’ve ever tasted, bar none. I’ve tried almost every alcohol-free beer available on the UK market, some of which are exceptionally good, but none of which rival Without. My only complaint is that is isn’t more readily available in Scottish bars!”

Grant, Falkirk

“Just had to drop you an email. That St Peters Without is one seriously good beer. I am giving the beers a rest for Jan & Feb (well alcohol ones), and have been going through a list of different low alcohol/alcohol free beers, and cracked your one. Awesome! Here’s the list of what I have gone through of varying like/dislikes, but nothing compares to St Peters Without:
• Clausthaler
• Jupiler
• Krombacher
• Bitburger
• Acrobrau Urfass
• Arcobrau Weissbier
• Big Drop
• Stowford (cider)
• Rothaus
• Cheers
• Ambar
• Bavaria
• Superbock
• Becks Blue
• Carling (o%)
• Veltins
• Arcobrau Radler
• Nix Lager.

Keep it up!”

John, Jersey

“I thought it was the best I had ever tasted, bar none!”

Peter, London

“Very good non-alcoholic drink. If it was available in pubs it would make a very welcome alternative to coke, soda water etc.”

“Very nice drink”

“A really tasty ale, lovely dark golden colour. All in all, a really nice ale, exciting that a alcohol free ale can taste as good as it does”

William, Suffolk

“I genuinely enjoyed the taste. It has a different taste to an alcoholic beer, but certainly not in a bad way. I found it far more malty than any other alcohol free or low alcohol beer, but it still had body to it, which is pretty unique I think. I will certainly choose ‘Without’ as a second pint next time I see it.”

Steve, London

“It’s a great product and my Dad found it very drinkable and tasty too. He is always sceptical about very low alcohol beers, but liked yours, which is a first!”

Steve, London

“‘Without’ is a masterpiece. It’s aromatic, hoppy and malty; pours like a real ale, looks and tastes incredible. I’ve made myself read the label twice just to check I’m not being fooled into drinking a beer with alcohol!”

Dirk, Doncaster

“Just taken delivery of my first order of “Without”… You guys have nailed it for sure… I heard about it on Radio 2 last week when Nigel Barden was raving about it, so decided to buy a couple of dozen… Certainly the best low/no I’ve tried by a country mile or more.”

Steve Vincent

“The beer has arrived and it has exceeded my expectations. It is excellent. I have tried many low, and zero alcohol beers and few are acceptable. ‘Without’ is exceptional. I wish you every success with this product.”

David Stephenson

“Just wanted to congratulate the brewery on this drink.  I have tried at least four alcohol free ‘beers’ and this is the only one which I enjoyed, and which I would drink regularly.  Livers will benefit!”

Pam Wagstaff