Non-Alcoholic Beer

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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby Steviebike » 19 Apr 2012, 21:36

Why? Can you not drink alcohol? I had a non-alcoholic Becks once, couldn't tell the difference!

Don't know where you can get though, sorry.
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby TheGingerMan » 19 Apr 2012, 22:05

Don't the big chain supermarkets have it? I'm pretty sure I have seen some in Carrerfour and RT Mart, though it may have been a mirage, as it's usually in the same isle as all the other sorry excuse for beer that is to be found in this country.
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby Tiger Mountaineer » 19 Apr 2012, 23:29

The correct answer is that "there is no such thing as non-alcoholic beer." They do have some sort of malt beverage at the supermarkets and something else that looks lighter in color but still 'beer-shaped'. I've never given it a closer look though.
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby tcarnagan » 19 Apr 2012, 23:52

El Toro are you a Mormon? Why the need for non-alcoholic beer? If you are cooking with it, might as well use the real stuff, it will mostly evaporate the alcohol off and the flavor will be better then with the fake stuff.
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby Dougster » 20 Apr 2012, 00:39

One option is purchasing some "bar beer" or "miller lite", which are as close to non-alcoholic beer.
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby sulavaca » 20 Apr 2012, 01:05



I had to laugh
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Re: Non-Alcoholic Beer

Postby Dragonbones » 20 Apr 2012, 11:13

"Malz" is widely available at local supermarkets.
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Postby El Toro » 20 Apr 2012, 16:57

Edgar Allen wrote:No one has asked the obvious question...........



Why?


Lol, it's for a friend who's a teetotaller who's coming to Taiwan soon. Personally, it's just silly to me lol.... :)
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Re: Non-alcoholic beer

Postby El Toro » 20 Apr 2012, 16:59

tcarnagan wrote:El Toro are you a Mormon? Why the need for non-alcoholic beer? If you are cooking with it, might as well use the real stuff, it will mostly evaporate the alcohol off and the flavor will be better then with the fake stuff.


Thanks tccarnagan, no I'm not a Mormon, I drink real beer; it's for a friend! lol. Thanks for all the advice everyone :))
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Re: Non-Alcoholic Beer

Postby trendytriping » 06 May 2012, 11:04

I think Holsten is best for you . 0% alcohol .
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