All you wanted to know about non-alcoholic beer. Part 2

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Increasing demand In 1981, the breweries of the Federal Republic sold about 90,000 hectoliters of non-alcoholic beer, of which 35% Birell, 29% Gerstel and 28% Clausthaler. In 1986, the Irish Guinness Brewery, with its top-fermented “caliber”, also presented a “non-alcoholic” beverage to provide businesspeople with beer-free drinking during their lunch

All you wanted to know about non-alcoholic beer. Part 1

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Background The first attempts to produce a non-alcoholic beer have been handed down in Germany from 1895. They came either as “malted gold” or “Reformbier” (both 1905) especially in abstinence economies for serving, or as the “perplex” of the Flensburg Actienbrauerei (founded in 1873, one of the two forerunners of