Erdinger Alkoholfrei Review

Erdinger Alkolholfrei beer i bought and drank for this review

Erdinger Alkoholfrei review

Brewery – Erdinger

Country – Germany

Style – Wheat

ABV – 0.5%

KCal – 25 (100ml)

Sugar content – 3.6 (100ml)

Carbohydrate content – 5.3 (100ml)

Tasting – Erdinger is a colossus in the German wheat beer world and even the wider world beer market. It formed a nice head and smelt like a great wheat beer. It has a great mouth feel and not one you would say was empty and watery.

Initially i thinking, oh boy, this is a top top beer. The more i drink the more i taste the sweetness and the sweet after taste. Looking at the nutrition data that is no surprise. Erdinger has one of the highest sugar contents of any beer ive tried. That certainly helps the mouthful but at a cost.

If you are having 1-2 and don’t care about the sugar then this is a 9/10+. It’s still lower cal than nearly all “full” alcoholic beers. The taste is top notch if a touch sweet on the palate the more you take.

Erdinger is an isotonic drink, to find out what that means, read my article on it here

Verdict – 8/10. This is a great beer but the more non alcoholic beers i drink the quicker i can pick out a high sugar one.

Find out where this beer ranks compared to all the beers i have reviewed on my updated “Best Non Alcoholic Beers” page

Erdinger notes

Our non-alcoholic beer is a true multi-talent. Spicy malt notes harmonize excellently with caramel-sweet nuances. Enjoyment is enhanced by the stimulating bitterness of our aroma hops and a hint of light, fruity acidity. This is rounded out by finely sparkling carbonic acid. Whether as a reward for hard work, or a pure desire for full-bodied refreshment – ERDINGER Alkoholfrei is the lively way to quench your thirst.

Brewed according to the Bavarian Purity Law. Natural. Sporty. Refreshing.

  • supports the regeneration process
  • only 25 calories per 100 ml
  • isotonic and contains vitamins (B9, B12)*

Appearance – straw yellow, fine white froth

Aroma – Aromatic malt notes with subtle hop notes, delicate hints of brioche, fine yeast aromas

Flavour – rich malt flavour, spicy, slightly sweet, stimulating bitterness, malty and spicy, a hint of fruity acidity

Mouthfeel – full-bodied, delicate tingling, fresh, stimulating, smooth aroma development

Review Overview

This is a great beer but the more non alcoholic beers i drink the quicker i can pick out a high sugar one.


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