Non-Alcoholic Beers from Germany
What is the German Purity Law?
The German Purity Law, also known as Reinheitsgebot, was established over 500 years ago. It had three goals, firstly, to protect beer drinkers from rising prices, secondly, to ban the use of wheat, so that more wheat would be available for bread making, and thirdly, to prevent unscrupulous brewers from using toxic ingredients. Under the German Purity law, beer makers were limited to three ingredients; barley, hops and water. Of course, since then, the law has been updated and these days, malted grains, hops, water and yeast can also feature in German beer - but nothing else.
What are the best non-alcoholic German beers?
Over the last few years, non-alcoholic beer consumption has increased sharply in Germany. Many iconic German breweries are now making non-alcoholic beer. Our selection of non-alcoholic German beer includes Snorkeler's Alcohol-Free Sea Salt IPA, Erdinger, Weihenstephan, Bitburger, Maisel's and Kehrwieder.
How many calories are there in non-alcoholic German beer?
Non alcoholic beer is much lower in calories than traditional beer because alcohol is very calorific. Sans Drinks stocks a wide range of non alcoholic German beer, and they vary in calorie count. Erdinger Alcohol Free wheat beer is 25 calories per 100ml, Bitburger Drive 0.0 is 22 calories per 100ml and Clausthaler Original Pilsner is 26 calories per 100ml.
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Our non-alcoholic beers and ciders section is stocked with a wide selection of alcohol-free beers and ciders from Australia and globally featuring bestselling brands such as Heaps Normal, Hawkesbury Brewing Co, Sobah, Bilpin Cider Co and more. Enjoy an extensive range of non-alcoholic beers including the usual non-alcoholic pale ale, lager, IPA, XPA, stout and sports beer to non-alcoholic gluten free beer, German beer, low calorie beer and more.
With a strict ingredients and brand policy in place, you can expect non-alcoholic beers that are low in sugar content. If you're not sure where to start, we recommend trying our expertly curated non-alcoholic mixed beer packs — from the best non-alcoholic seasonal beer box to non-alcoholic stouts (featuring the sought after Guinness 0.0) and everything in between, you'll be sure to find your next favourite brew!