German non-alcoholic beer is created through a process of ‘dealcoholization’ in which alcohol is removed from the drink. The manufacturing method for Japanese non-alcoholic beer is totally different.
Why Drink Non-Alcoholic Beer?
There are many good reasons to not drink non-alcoholic beer, such as how it can make driving safer, or how it can be better to drink for people worried about their health for whom alcohol can be dangerous to consume. There are also people who want to drink with their friends, but might not want to drink a real beer in some situations. For example, someone with liver problems, or people on diets.
Recommended Non-Alcoholic Beers
If you have been thinking of trying out some Japanese non-alcoholic beers, here are some of our recommendations.
Kirin Zero ICHI Beer
Made with Kirin’s traditional design, this non-alcoholic beer has a rich flavor that leaves an aftertaste of roasted malt on your tongue. The aftertaste can be further enriched by cutting the drink! You will notice a modest, but attractive aroma similar to wheat beer!
Suntory Karada All-Free Beer
This drink is said to help with reducing the amount of visceral fat. A Hong Kong-based Youtuber has also tried it out in a recent video!
You can see now that non-alcoholic beer can be useful in many more situations than alcoholic beer, while keeping a flavor that is indistinguishable from the regular products! Click the link below to check out the top Japanese non-alcoholic beer products available on Buyee and find out how tasty they can be for yourself!