Non-alcoholic beer or alcohol-free malt beverage, as well as beers with low alcohol percentage, is a drink that is produced to imitate the taste and look of regular beer but with little or no alcohol content. Root Beer is another alcohol-free alternative to regular beer.
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Non-alcoholic private label beer
Non-alcoholic beer or malt drink is actually growing in popularity and use. Even despite popular belief amongst alcohol drinkers, non-alcoholic beer has been very successful among customers. It is a great idea for people who generally like beer, like its taste, but wish to not get inebriated or less intoxicated than with regular beer. It has it is market well and proved to be well commercialized and marketable to such a crowd. Popular brands have hopped on the bandwagon of low or no alcohol beer. And just like that the private label manufacturers have grown and expanded their products into the same space. Most manufacturers and producers that offer alcoholic drinks and specifically beer often offer non or low alcohol beer as well. The market shares for the private label are standing at their highest ever and we can note that in the future there will be an increase since the market is expanding internationally.
Production and increase in popularity
Non-alcoholic beer can also be called light beer, low-alcohol beer, small beer or ale, or near-beer. Low-alcohol beers are mostly lagers, but some low-alcohol are ales. There has been an increase in breweries producing non-alcoholic craft beer, and the market is expected to be doubled by 2024. More people are leaning towards non-alcoholic beverages because of either health, social reasons, or for the enjoyment of the taste of beer without the effect of alcohol. More companies that produce beer are producing non-alcoholic beers that cater to these audiences. The popularity began to take off in early 2018. It has found success in North America and the UK. Spain is the main consumer and producer of low-alcohol beer in the European Union. The Middle East accounts for almost a third of worldwide sales of nonalcoholic and alcohol-free beer.
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