Flying Dog Deep Fake Non Alcoholic Beer

Flying Dog Deep Fake Non Alcoholic Beer

Flying Dog’s DeepFake Non-Alcoholic IPA

Flying Dog Brewing: DeepFake Non-Alcoholic IPA

Its Dry January, and you’ve made it to day three. Are you already craving an IPA? Any kind of beer? Even a driplet, a drop, a single hop flavored droplet of beer? Well then, Flying Dog’s DeepFake might just be the answer for you.

Flying Dog’s DeepFake Non-Alcoholic IPA is going to be right up your alley if you are looking for a kick ass hazy IPA but without the alcohol. (Now of course, even non-alcoholic beers do have some level of alcohol – in this case its less than 0.5% ABV, as is most non-alcoholic beers.)

You are also getting a low calorie beer with DeepFake as well – coming in at only 39 calories “per can”. (In this case the cans are 12 oz cans.) Thats certainly a lot lower than most beers on the market, especially the heavy beers like stouts, porters, barleywines, Belgians, etc. And even some of the hazier and adjunct heavy milkshake IPAs as well.

All of this makes this a no brainer for Dry January, oh what, we didn’t even get to the taste yet? Oh well, why didn’t you ask already!

What on the surface might smell and taste like an IPA, is in fact a masterful forgery engineered to trick the senses – a smooth drinking non-alcoholic brew bursting with delicious hop flavor. Only 39 calories per can!

Flying Dog – Deep Fake

Brewed with Mosaic, Citra, and Simcoe hops, makes this a perfect “IPA Imposter”. Honestly, it takes a double take and a double sip to realize your not drinking a real Hazy IPA and instead drinking a non-alcoholic beer.

So during Dry January – or any time you’re reaching for a non-alcoholic beer – grab DeepFake and give it a try. You will certainly be surprised that its not a real IPA!

Flying Dog Brewing Company

Recently Flying Dog Brewing Company has been in the news with their being purchased by FX Matt (Saranac Brewing). (FX Matt Brewing Company Acquires Flying Dog Brewery) Which has completely changed the landscape of craft beer in the East Coast area. Read the linked article to learn how the buy out changes Flying Dog’s production and corporate make up.

Flying Dog Brewery Articles

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The following comes from their Untappd bio. They are a subsidary of Saranac Brewery (F.X. Matt Brewing Co.), and are a regional brewery (now out of Utica, New York rather than Frederick, Maryland). They have 96 unique beers, and have over 2 Million ratings with a global average rating of 3.62 (as of 1.5.24). Their Untappd description reads: We are craft beer crusaders who stand tall and never eat shit.

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