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  • What's it like?

    This is a great gift for anyone who loves their beer. All the variety of alcoholic beers but with none of the alcohol. If you're looking for a special gift for someone who doesn't drink then look no further. 

    A selection of 26 cans and bottles of alcohol free beers from around the UK and Europe all packed in festive packaging.

    Prices includes a Christmas cracker and a Christmas card with your own personal message so it can be sent direct to the lucky recipient - just remember to tell them not to open it straight away!

    Price includes delivery.

    Select your preferred card and add your message above before adding to basket.

    Cards, cracker and packaging is fully recyclable. Cracker contains no plastic. Cards support Cancer Research UK.

    Non-drinkers sometimes feel they are missing out but not with this alcohol free ale selection pack. Contains 13 different ales; two bottles or cans of each.

    This pack contains 2 of each of: 

    Divine Brewing Atlas English Bitter 0.5%, 

    Bowness Bay Swan Free 0.5%, 

    Beavertown Lazer Crush IPA 0.3%, 

    Brugse Sport Zot 0.4%, 

    First Chop YES Anytime IPA 0.5%,   

    Infinite Session IPA 0.5%,

    Lindeboom 0.5%, 

    Nirvana Hoppy Pale Ale 0.5%, 

    Nirvana Organic Pale Ale 0.5%, 

    Nøgne Ø Stripped Craft Ale 0%, 

    Samuel Smith's Brown Ale 0.5%, 

    Thornbridge Zero Five Pale Ale 0.5%, 

    West Berkshire Solo Pale Ale 0.5%

    We reserve the right to amend the contents if for any reason we have a stock shortage in which case a comparable beer of equal or greater value will be used.


    How much alcohol is in this product?

    0.5% ABV (alcohol by volume).


    * Please note all information provided on this page is for information only. Whilst we endeavour to ensure it is accurate it should be verified independently as required.