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0.5% | 330ml
– February 10, 2020
Lovely and clean with some body to it. Really nice for a non-alcoholic plsner.
– February 8, 2020
Not a fan of pilsners, so this was quite average, but, good enough for the style.
– January 29, 2020
Very very good and just like a good crisp pilsner with the taste to match, you would think it’s the real deal if you didn’t know!
– January 24, 2020
Personally found this a bit thin and watery
– January 20, 2020
– January 14, 2020
Really impressed, this tastes great. You could drink a few of these before you realised it was “alkoholfrei”, my wife likes this too.
Will definitely be ordering some more.
– January 14, 2020
– May 9, 2019
Quite rich for a pilsner, good depth, not my everyday drink but nice for a change.
– May 2, 2019
– March 20, 2019
Our favourite alcohol-free beer: my pregnant wife was really happy to discover Rothaus, as it really tastes like a normal premium lager! I’m not too fond of lagers myself, but I have to admit it’s tasty.
– March 4, 2019
Upon pouring this into a glass, I was immediately met with a strong smell of cheese. The smell was overwhelmed and lingered in the taste as well. Unfortunately I only managed two sips before the kitchen sink finished off the bottle. Unfortunately I have to rate this so low as it tasted nothing like the alcoholic version and the taste was certainly not to my liking. I would personally value this brew at £0
– February 11, 2019
– January 31, 2019
Great flavour for an alcohol-free beer, would definitely buy again.
– January 29, 2019
The best alcohol-free beer I’ve tried. Perfect for a social do when you want to keep your wits about you or not wake up with a mega hangover.
– September 24, 2018
It’s good, but it’s alcohol free. So, not really worth it.
– March 25, 2018
This has to be one of the best alcohol free pilsners in the world
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Brewed in Grafenhausen in the southern Black Forest, this is the alcohol free version of the Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle.
To retain the typical and well-balanced Rothaus Pils characteristics during the dealcoholization process, this beer is brewed with a higher original gravity (14.5 %) and lower IBU’s (25).
A clean pilsner and everything you’d expect from German style of beer.
The label of depicts the spruce-fir pinecone branches of the forest and these pinecones are what this beer is named after, Tannenzäpfle.