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Clausthaler

Pioneers in the non-boozy beer industry since the 70's. German beer brand Clausthaler released their very first alcohol-free beer in 1979, through sheer grit, determination and a team of leaders who were 100% confident in their ability to create a non-alcoholic beer that looked, smelled and tasted just like a regular beer – they achieved everything they’d ever hoped. Bound by Germany's Purity Law, only the purest of ingredients can be used - water, barley malt, hops and yeast – no other nasties whatsoever. This is a traditional, genuine, delicious German alcohol-free beer.

  • Rated 4.7 out of 5
    Based on 7 reviews
    Clausthaler Original German made Pilsner in bottle
    Clausthaler

    Clausthaler Original Pilsner

    $4.20 per case of 1x330mls
    $11.95 per case of 4x330mls
    $44.95 per case of 24x330mls

    Clausthaler, are award-winning, beer pioneers, famous for Clausthaler non alcoholic beer. The Clausthaler Original Pilsner is crisp, fresh and full...

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    Original price $4.20 - Original price $44.95
    Original price
    $4.20
    $4.20 - $44.95
    Current price $4.20
  • Rated 5.0 out of 5
    Based on 2 reviews
    Clausthaler Unfiltered German non-alcoholic beer in bottle
    Clausthaler

    Clausthaler Unfiltered

    $4.20 per case of 1x330mls
    $11.95 per case of 4x330mls
    $44.95 per case of 24x330mls

    Beer Pioneers, Clausthaler, are an award-winning German beer brand famous for Clausthaler non alcoholic beer. This Clausthaler Unfiltered Dry-Hoppe...

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    Original price $4.20 - Original price $44.95
    Original price
    $4.20
    $4.20 - $44.95
    Current price $4.20

Popular Questions

How does Clausthaler make their non-alcoholic beer?

Clausthaler have their own specialised brewing technique in which they produce a very low-alcohol beer through controlled fermentation, stopping the brewing process before the yeast can reach its final form. The technological advancements they’ve utilised show that they are true innovators and are fully worthy of the “non-alcoholic beer pioneer” status they’ve gained.