Light and refreshing, Beck’s is a good alternative to wash your food down with if you’re avoiding alcohol. There’s very little skunkiness here – just a malt presence. The head is pretty impressive for a brew without alcohol, and the beer leaves lacing in rings that get thicker as the glass gets emptier. Beck’s Non-Alcoholic Beer isn’t dry either… quite nice for our weather. Make a lager drinker have it without telling them what it is and they’ll be wondering why they’re not getting a buzz.
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Grabbed a can of Null Komma Josef on the way to Pune; non-alcoholic beer needs to be cheaper, considering it doesn’t have the main ingredient. Wish I had a glass to pour it into and check out the colour. The can says ‘Classic’, and it is a fine, strong drink. A strong non-alcoholic lager is what Null Komma Josef is, and as the brew gets warmer, it reveals a clean taste. Of course, it lacks the alcohol bite, but this is the best non-alcoholic beer I’ve had yet. If it tasted like a mild lager, I’d be drinking it very often. Full marks to Austria for Null Komma Josef!