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After having had a good drink at the end of your teenage years, you discover in the course of your life that you can have fun without alcohol and that beer is so much more than just the next high.
Beer offers an unimagined abundance of different aromas, taste nuances and subtleties that you can only taste when you are still in your senses. Alcohol-free beers are wonderfully suitable for attentive enjoyment, but this has hardly paid off in the last decade with the meager selection of bland alcohol-free beers. The craft beer movement put an end to this tragedy and flooded the market with flavorful, handcrafted beer specialties without any alcohol. One of the reasons for this progress are yeasts that ferment without producing alcohol. So the alcohol does not have to be withdrawn from the beer afterwards, but does not arise in the first place.
Fun House from the Dutch brewery vandeStreek, for example, is a treat for all the senses. In addition to their conventional beers, the brothers from Utrecht have a considerable range of the finest non-alcoholic beers, and Fun House is definitely one of their favorites. The aromatic New England IPA scores with juicy fruit notes of passion fruit, pineapple and mango, shines with the aromas of freshly mown grass and spicy pine resin and delivers a crisp bitterness - and all without alcohol!
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oat flakes, hops & yeast