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Holsten Zero and Dry July

Drinking beer doesn’t necessarily mean drinking alcohol. The two things are not necessarily synonymous, even in Germany where drinking beer is part of the culture. There are several very good alcohol-free beers readily available on the market. Holsten 0.0 is an alcohol-free beer that tastes very much like an international lager.

Look out for Holsten 0.0 if you are getting involved with Dry July or a simply wanting a change.

 

You can read the full press release below.

Holsten – Enjoy A Beer In Dry July

Taking part in Dry July doesn’t mean going without a beer.

Holsten 0.0% allows you to enjoy the great taste of a premium German Pilsner, but still meet the fundamental requirement of not consuming alcohol.

Brewed by international brewer Carlsberg and distributed nationally by Coopers, Holsten is part of a world-wide trend towards alcohol-free beer for work, health or lifestyle reasons.

Coopers Marketing Manager Brewing Products, Scott Harris, says Holsten 0.0% is brewed in accordance with the German Purity Law (Reinheitsgebot), then the alcohol is removed, resulting in a premium beer that is packaged and tastes like a high quality international lager.

“The only difference is that it does not contain any alcohol at all. Holsten 0.0% has only 40 calories per service, which makes it a good alternative for the health conscious.”

Holsten 0.0% is available in 330 ml bottles for less than $10 a six pack. It is available at Dan Murphy’s.

For further information, visit www.holstenzero.com

About Dry July

The Dry July Foundation exists to help those diagnosed with cancer. Now entering its 10th year, Dry July challenges Australians to go without alcohol for the month of July to raise funds for those affected by cancer. For more information visit www.dryjuly.com

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Rick Besserdin is a home brewer and journalist, who specialises in writing about the diverse areas of beer, brewing, and technical automotive.

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