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11 Non-Alcoholic Beers That Actually Taste Like Beer

Not drinking this holiday season, that’s totally cool. Whatever your reasons are we have some beers you can try, so you can still be out, be part of the celebration and not drink non-alcoholic all by your lonesome.

11 Non-Alcoholic Beers That Actually Taste Like Beer

No Alcohol? No Problem! Try Alcohol Free Beer That Actually Tastes Good

So, you’re doing the Dry9, huh? Or maybe you’ve been appointed the DD (Designated Driver) for the night. Or maybe you have a friend that doesn’t drink and you’re looking to accommodate them. (In which case, you’re a very, very good friend). Whatever the case may be, we totally encourage responsible drinking and non-alcoholic beer is a great alternative for wanting to have the taste of beer without the getting totally hammered & intoxicated part.

Rather than sipping on water or soda all night, here are some fun non-alcoholic beers that actually taste like beer and are worth drinking. We promise, these de-alcoholized beers are significantly better than just drinking water.

 


Want to check out some more non-alcoholic beverages?
Check out some of our other articles on alcohol free drinks:

For non-alcoholic wine, check out our “A Good Time With Non-Alcoholic Wine” article and for non-alcoholic cocktails, you can check out this article from BuzzFeed “24 Drinks You Should Order If You’re Not Drinking”.


 

The Best Non-Alcoholic Beers That Actually Taste Like Beer

 

AB InBev Busch NA Non-Alcoholic Brew Beer

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Erdinger Alkoholfrei

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Budweiser Prohibition Non-Alcoholic Beer

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Innis & Gunn Innis & None Alcohol Free Pale Ale

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Labatt Blue De-Alcoholized Pilsener

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O’Douls Amber Alcohol-Free Amber Ale
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Krombacher Alcohol-Free Beer

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Beck’s Non-Alcoholic Beer

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Molson Exel Non-Alcoholic Beer

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Grolsch Non-Alcoholic Beer

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President’s Choice De-Alcoholized Blonde Brew

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Partake Brewing’s Non-Alcoholic IPA

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For more non-alcoholic beers check out JustBeer App.

 


Did we miss your favourite Non-Alcoholic Beer?
Let us know and we’ll add it to the list.

 

Now that you’ve got your list of the best de-alcoholized beers, check out more articles on beer below:

Drink Responsibly

The 5 Best Gluten Free Beers to Try

14 American Beers That Bring Christmas Cheer

5 Fruit Beers From Around The World to Put on Your Beer Bucket List

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