Kicking off 2022 with a no alcohol challenge? Fret not. Yorkshire is home to highly regarded breweries, and some of them have been working their magic on low and no alcohol brews. All the flavour, but alcohol-free. Support local businesses by trying some at home or by seeking them out in your local pub or restaurant.
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Wold Top Brewery, Driffield
Made using malting barley grown in the Yorkshire Wolds, and their own water supply, you arguably can’t get more provincial than this.
Northern Monk, Leeds
A brewery which combines traditional monastic values with modern progressive techniques, this one is an alcohol-free hazy pale.
North Brewing Co, Leeds
If tropical tastes are right up your street, this is the one for you. Smooth, fruity beer coming up.
Saltaire Brewery, Shipley
With citrusy and bitter flavours, it’s a classic pale ale taste that’s low in alcohol. Clever name too.
Chances are you’ll have heard of Heck sausages; well you can also sip on an alcohol-free IPA to boot.
The Great Heck
C’84 Brew Co, Cropton
An experimental brewery found in a disused quarry just outside of North York Moors National Park, aside from a range of unique flavours they also brew a 0.5% IPA.
Abbeydale Brewery, Sheffield
Founded in the 90s, it’s a Sheffield institution which now has two tasty low alcohol brews on offer. They’re both Vegan and Gluten Free too!
Looking for more Yorkshire beverage inspiration? See Yorkshire Breweries and Delicious Drinks.