Shelter Brewing releases non-alcoholic beer

Shelter Brewing Co has released its first alcohol-free beer, the easy drinking Big Splash Pale that will be added to the Busselton brewery’s core range.

“Zero-alcohol beer isn’t so much a trend, it’s here to stay – there are more health-conscious drinkers looking for options, so we’ve jumped in with one of our own,” said Jason Credaro, head brewer at Shelter Brewing Co.

Credaro said that the Big Splash Pale was brewed with carefree summer days in mind.

“The flavour profile has tropical notes and citrus characteristics, with light malt and a satisfying, very moreish bitter finish – it’s fresh, zesty, crisp and clean – exactly want you want on hot days,” Credaro said.

“The Big Splash Pale is refreshing and freeing – the same feeling you get when you jump off the jetty in Busso and plunge into the cool ocean metres below.

“And just like jumping off the jetty, you might be apprehensive the first time trying a non-alc beer, but I think once you do, you’ll want to jump again and again – and being non-alc, you can freely drink more.”

The Big Splash Pale is available in 375ml cans, four-packs, cubes and available from Shelter now and in select bars and bottle shops from 28 November.

Tasting notes:

Big Splash Pale

0.5% ABV

The Big Splash Pale is a non-alc beer with crisp tropical and citrus characters, backed by a light malt profile and a satisfying bitter finish that calls for another sip

Tropical – Citrus – Zesty – Satisfying

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