A renewed interest in No-Alcohol (NA) beers as well as an overwhelming demand for more low-alcohol style choices has resulted in more and more craft breweries rolling out their own non-alcoholic beers. The most common methods for creating low- and no-alcohol beer tend to be cost-prohibitive except for the largest producers. But our own Ashton Lewis will walk you through the latest techniques and approaches you can take as a small-scale craft brewer to offer your customers your own selection of NA and low-alcohol beers.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING MANAGER, BREWERS SUPPLY GROUP
TECHNICAL EDITOR, BREW YOUR OWN MAGAZINE
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