Surly Brewing has just the new (non-alcoholic) beer option for you!
From their press release:
we’ve frequently been asked when we’ll make an N/A. Our answer has been consistent: When we can make one that tastes good. It’s not easy! If you’ve dabbled in them, you know what we mean.
We’re beyond fortunate to have a brewing team that can tackle this problem, use advances in brewing technology and ingredients, and R&D solutions until we arrive at Outlook Good Hoppy Pale, Surly’s first ever non-alcoholic beer.
Outlook Good delivers the sturdy malt backbone and aromatic hop profile any craft beer enthusiast would want from a full-flavored pale ale, absent the alcohol. Lifestyle changes are hard! The beer should at least taste good, you know?
Outlook Good joins Surly’s impressive portfolio of non-alcoholic beverages. Our Sparkling Hop Water uses the Citra and Mosaic hops that power our legendary Axe Man IPA, and our line of Take Five and Double Take THC beverages are ideal for those who’ve adopted the “California sober” lifestyle. You can find it 6-packs of 12 oz. cans in all Surly markets beginning the week of December 18th.
Surly Brewing Company – Press Release: Outlook Good (Non-Alcoholic Hoppy Pale)
Met Outlook Good Non-Alcoholic Hoppy Pale
Lets get to meet Outlook Good Non-Alcoholic Hoppy Pale. Breaking down Outlook Good:
Hops: Citra, Mosaic, Warrior
Malt: Golden Promise, Vienna, Carafoam, Acidulated, Honey Malt
Yeast: Lallemand Lona
ABV: < 0.5%
(All non-alcoholic beers have some level of alcohol, typically below the 1% threshold. This is why they are not considered craft beverages or sodas but are instead listed as non-alcoholic beers.)
The following comes from Untappd. Surly Brewing Company is a regional brewery from Minneapolis, MN. They have 646 unique beers and over 1.5 Million ratings, with a global average rating of 3.91 (as of 12.26.23). Their Untappd description reads: You do enough settling. That’s part of life. You owe it to yourself to drink a beer that doesn’t settle. Not settling drives Surly. It’s what drove us to convert a suburban Minneapolis abrasives factory to a brewery in 2004. It’s what drove Surly’s owner, Omar Ansari, to go bar to bar, asking them to carry our beer. It’s what drove us to earn medals from the Great American Beer Festival and Best Brewery in America honors. It’s what drove us to change a Minnesota law that had been on the books since Prohibition. It’s what drove us to build a state-of-the-art destination brewery in the heart of the Twin Cities in 2014 featuring a massive beer hall, pizza place, outdoor beer garden, company store and event center. And it’s what drives us today. Surly’s not for everyone. It’s for you.
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