Looking for non alcoholic beers to try for Dry January? Want to find the best low-alcohol beers? Check out our recommendations below from our in-house drinks experts.
Best non-alcoholic and low-alcohol beers
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Cult Huddersfield brewers Magic Rock know how to punch up the flavours. This vegan tropical pale ale has plenty of refreshing mango and passionfruit with a little hoppy bite. At 0.5% it’s perfect for all day summer drinking.
This 0.3%-ABV American-style wheat ale is a bright, sunshiny beer with gentle hoppiness and a vibrant grapefruit and peach character. Try drinking with a slice of orange.
The winner of the UK low-alcohol category in 2019 World Beer Awards, this lager-style beer is fresh and citrussy with a little hint of bitterness on the finish. The production process is also environmentally friendly, using 80% less water and creating 70% less waste than the industry standard. Serve super-chilled with a bowl of spicy chilli or some tacos.
A dependable drink when you are out (most bars stock it). At 0.5% ABV it packs in all the citrussy, piney flavours you’d expect from a US-style hoppy ale.
A super-refreshing but complex 1% ABV beer. Pours dark like a stout but drinks really lightly with lovely background notes of coffee and chocolate.
We were impressed with this zero-alcohol vegan pale ale from Scottish booze-free brewery Days. Expect tropical notes and a pleasingly rounded texture and full body. Try their lager too, which is crisp and chuggable without being thin and watery.
Dry-hopped, lemony and piney, and really refreshing, this is a classic West Coast pale ale (0.5% ABV) that is very close to the real thing.
Brewed with discarded orange and lemon peels from the bar industry, this is a standout wit (flavoured wheat) beer. Zesty, refreshing and complex it’s an incredible beer whether you are Dry Janning or not!
This won’t win any awards for complexity but the classic lager flavour will definitely hit the spot if you are faking it in Dry Jan. Perfect with a curry and the sugar level is nice and low. A chugger.
A crisp pilsner-style lager with a tiny hint of malt which rounds it off nicely. We love the chunky retro glass bottle as well. Serve chilled with a burger.