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Taking Alcohol Free to the Next Level

AF Fest

Celebrating Alcohol Free

We welcome you to taste and experience the best that AF has to offer at an all day festival on Saturday 11th Janury 2020. 

Secret location in Central London to be disclosed in early January, along with further details, so keep an eye out...

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Starting from midday and continuing till late, come meet the faces behind the beer. There will be guest speakers, tasting sessions and exclusive opportunities to meet the brewers throughout the day. Tickets are free but limited so snap them up now before they’re gone!

Lucky Saint

Lucky Saint travelled 7,642 miles, tested 56,628 litres of beer and spent 741 days in R&D to get to a beer they are proud of.


Lucky Saint 0.5% Superior Unfiltered Lager is born of four natural ingredients; pilsner malt, Hallertau hops, Bavarian spring water and single-use yeast. Brewed the same way as a full-strength beer but left unfiltered for maximum flavour and body, even without the alcohol.

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Big Drop

Big Drop Brewing Co. was created when Rob Fink had a revelation. What if he could do for alcohol-free beer what craft beer had done for beer?


At the heart of Big Drop do is innovation. Not everyone drinks lager. And craft beer fans appreciate choice and quality. That’s why Big Drop work hard to ensure that they can provide even the most discerning drinker with the beer style of their choice. From lagers, through hoppy pale ales, to traditional brown ales and their flagship stout.


Mikkeller are bringing their range of low abv beers to showcase at AF Fest:


The newest entry in the hazy Weird Weather IPA series, this non-ABV hazy IPA is bursting with juicy and floral aromas. A healthy amount of oats in the malt lead to a soft, but full mouthfeel. High rate of dry-hopping gives flavors of apricot, passionfruit and citrus.


Lively aromas of tropical fruit on the nose with a light acidic backbone. Who said that beer and running didn't go well together!?

And more...

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Three Spirit

Everything Three Spirit do is about alchemy; from the plants they use in their drinks to the blending of minds and expertise to make them. Plant scientists, world-class bartenders, hedonists and herbalists all contribute to what they do at Three Spirit. This is probably why their drinks taste, feel and do everything a little differently.


Three Spirit drinks are designed to enhance your night from start to finish. They combine plants used for centuries in ceremonies and potions to stimulate the palate, mind and body – before, during and after the party.


Nestled in the bustling heart of East London, Nirvana Brewery is on a mission to bring great alcohol-free options to true beer lovers.


Nirvana has opened up a whole new world of great tasting alcohol free beer for a growing movement of folks that like to have a good time but keep their senses intact. From familiar styles of beer such as stout, IPA and pale ales, to experimental brews including the world’s first kombucha beer. Nirvanas’s tried and tested recipes produce quality alcohol-free alternatives, ready to be appreciated by craft beer enthusiasts and casual beer drinkers alike.

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Everleaf is a complex infusion of botanical extracts and distillates inspired by, their founder, Paul’s travels around the world and the drinks he’s made as a bartender. They include vanilla and saffron for richness, gentian and iris for wild bitterness and earthy warmth, as well as vetiver and orange blossom for freshness and vibrancy. Everleaf is a unique, bright aperitif that’s full of natural complexity, perfect for a spritz.


Thomson & Scott Noughty is the first 100% organic, vegan non-alcoholic sparkling wine that avoids unnecessary sugar in the production process.  It answers the growing demand of those living an alcohol-free lifestyle who still want to enjoy top quality sparkling wine.  Made from organic Chardonnay grapes the wine is de-alcoholised using a specialised method, enabling the natural flavours to remain.

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The Netherlands literally means the 'Low Lands' as much of the land is below sea level. Pioneering seafarers, the Lowlanders traded all over the world. Inspired by their travels we explore the world of herbs, spices and fruits to create unique and naturally delicious beers.



Creating a non-alcoholic beer at the expense of flavour was never going to be an option for Lowlander. Also, like the Dutch explorers who inspire each new Lowlander expression, they wanted to go further than the rest: for Lowlander, brewing a no-alcohol beer meant brewing a zero-alcohol beer – 0.00%, to be exact.