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The Midweek Drink - Stiegl Freibier Alkoholfrei

Welcome to The Midweek Drink with me, Chris, reviewing for you our catalogue of beverages at LightDrinks that may have caught your eye as you were browsing, and were hoping to see if I have giving them a try and may have you thinking “Yeah, I’ll give that one a go!”.

Halloween. Check. Bonfire Night. Check. Diwali. Check. October has now passed, November is already half-way through, so now, it’s time to get festive as December is just around the corner. So to get ahead of the mad Christmas rush, it may be best to start stocking up on the Prosecco, Gin, Beer, or whatever takes your fancy (alcohol-free, of course).

So on today’s choice of beverage, I shall be reviewing for you a non-alcoholic beer called Stiegl Freibier Alkolfrei (0.5%).

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/the-midweek-drink-stiegl-freibier-alkoholfrei
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A Look Into Wine: France

France as a rich history with wine and it is unsurprisingly one of the most popular beverages in the country. With a history that spans over 2500 years, there is a lot to see and experience about wine in France and numerous famous vineyards.

French wine production has changed dramatically over the years for example once the Catholic Church was one of the leaders in wine production in the country. The first and second world war also had a dramatic effect on France’s wine production but they did also give France’s leading wine makers the change to reorganise and restructure the French wine industry.

Currently, France’s wine industry is a tale of two halves some manufacturers are seeing a boom in business while others are struggling to meet the needs of a more diverse array of customers. Yet France is still the second largest country when it comes to wine production.

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/a-look-into-wine-australia
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A Look Into Wine: France

France as a rich history with wine and it is unsurprisingly one of the most popular beverages in the country. With a history that spans over 2500 years, there is a lot to see and experience about wine in France and numerous famous vineyards.

French wine production has changed dramatically over the years for example once the Catholic Church was one of the leaders in wine production in the country. The first and second world war also had a dramatic effect on France’s wine production but they did also give France’s leading wine makers the change to reorganise and restructure the French wine industry.

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/a-look-into-wine-france
A Look Into Wine: France
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The Midweek Drink - Mikkeller Energibajer

Welcome to the 44th edition of The Midweek Drink. I do hope you parents out there are enjoying your half term with your kids, and if you are looking for that special something to give you a boost of energy to keep up with all their shenanigans, then maybe this week’s choice of beverage may be the one for you. On this week, I shall be reviewing for you a wheat ale called Energibajer, brewed by Mikkeller.

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/the-midweek-drink-mikkeller-energibajer
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A Look at German Beer!

Beer in Germany is what wine is to France. It’s more than just a drink in Germany it’s an important part of the countries national identity and as I’ am sure you can guess it as a very rich history. Let’s take a more detailed look at beer in Germany shall we?

Beer in Germany was made according to the German Beer Purity Law known as the Reinheitsgebot. The purity law permits that only water, hops and malt as ingredients in beer and that any beers not using barley-malt must be top-fermented.

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/a-look-at-german-beer
A Look at German Beer!
A Look at German Beer!
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The Midweek Drink - Ananda Buchabeer

Welcome to The Midweek Drink: The place where alcohol-free beverages go through the test of pleasing the tastebuds of yours truly.

On this week’s Midweek Drink, I shall be reviewing a beverage that is something quite different. Something that I would've not had thought could happen. This ‘something’ is a kombucha blended with beer.

Kombucha and beer?! It does seem strange to see both of these types of beverages in the same sentence; but believe me, this is a step forward like the invention of peanut butter and jam.

The beverage that I shall be reviewing is Nirvana Brewery’s Ananda Buchabeer (Kombucha blended with Tantra Pale Ale).

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/the-midweek-drink-ananda-buchabeer
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Very excited to launch Drynks Smashed Hops & Smashed Apple exclusively at LightDrinks!

Smashed Apple
Golden, slightly opaque sparkling liquid with a fresh inviting aroma of English apples. The taste delivers pure refreshment with a perfect balance of sharpness, sweetness and bite. The initial refreshing upfront green apple taste is perfectly complimented with a great mouthfeel and a satisfying mature English cider finish – great refreshment & moreish.

Smashed Hops
A pale gold sparkling liquid with fresh, clean aroma expressing English malt, hints of hop and a touch of citrus. The taste has been crafted for pure refreshment and has pleasant malty base notes accented with just the right amount of Hops for perfect balance and sessionability. The product has great mouthfeel and a hint of sweetness pairs perfectly with the slightly sharp citrus notes for the end finish – truly unique.

👉 https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/collections/drynks-unlimited
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A Look at Dutch Beer!

I suppose I should say a look at beer in the Netherlands, should I? But however, you refer to it there are some surprising things to learn so let's take a look at Dutch beer in more detail. One of the more surprising things to learn is that beer isn't as popular as you might think.

Now that's not to say it's unpopular, it's still a very popular beverage but a lot of Dutch beer is actually more popular elsewhere in the world. The Netherlands is the home of both the Heineken and Grolsch breweries, which are names I' am sure most beer drinkers are familiar with.

https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/a-look-at-dutch-beer
A Look at Dutch Beer!
A Look at Dutch Beer!
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The Midweek Drink - TeeTotal Cuba Libre

Ahoy! Welcome to the 42nd edition of The Midweek Drink. The reason for why I’ve started this blog with a pirate greeting will all become clear, very soon.

So, we are now at the end of September, with Halloween lurking behind the corner, and “Four months of Snow” on the way…With the latter, I’ll believe it when I see it.

For today’s Midweek Drink, I have chosen to review an alcohol-free (0.5% ABV) Cuba Libre, made by The Temperance Spirit Company (You see now the connection of the pirate greeting?) So, arrrr! You ready for this review?

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https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/the-midweek-drink-teetotal-cuba-libre
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A Look at French Beer!

While France might be more famous for its wine that doesn’t mean that's all they offer on the menu! French beer might not be the main star when it comes to French beverages but there's still some great options and a rich history to explore.

So, let's take a look at French beers in more detail, shall we? Breweries were once a very common sight in France and it's believed there was over 1000 of them at one point during the early 20th century. The growing trend and move towards industrialisation meant many of these breweries shut down.

France wasn't alone in this respect as many countries that once had thriving breweries saw their numbers deplete over a short period of time. Things just had to move with the times however while this limited the variety of beers in France it did also bring about some new names as well.

Continue reading: https://www.lightdrinks.co.uk/blogs/latest/a-look-at-french-beer-1
A Look at French Beer!
A Look at French Beer!
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