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Drunk w Success : non-alcoholic beer

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this was from the NBYTimes ;

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/19/sports/olympics/germany-olympics-beer.html

 

I don't know how to try to get it another way.

 

studies have suggested NAB has help benefits

 

for review purposes :

 

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and

 

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the study :

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21659904

 

apparently its inmproved

 

have you tried any that are redly available in NAmerica ?

 

elsewhrere ?

 

lastly:

 

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A small Mexican restaurant nearby doesn't have a proper license to sell beer or wine but does offer non-alcoholic beer.

I tried one and it was surprisingly good but maybe because I didn't expect very much.  That restaurant closed and I've never tried na beer again since I can get the good stuff anyplace.

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I drink it fairly regularly, especially in summer, because I find it refreshing and water is my only other non-hot beverage on a daily basis. Does it *really* taste like beer? No. Is it beer-like? Yeah, sure. Beats the heck out of sweet, sticky pop, and as a rule I'm not a fan of flavored soda waters either. 

 

The brand I drink is the "Red Brew" from Superstore, one of Canada's two major supermarket chains (supermarkets in Canada don't sell the real thing, as a rule, under provincial liquor laws). I haven't essayed a broad taste-test of what's available; I stopped when I found one I considered passable. 


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Like @chromedome we enjoy non-alcohol beers on hot days.  The 1664 variety is palatable and refreshing.  Having said that we have a crate of the stuff that’s been in store for at least a year.  Perhaps says more about recent summers than the quality of the drink.

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