One of the most frequently asked questions on Google is whether or not alcohol free beer is safe. The short answer is yes. The long answer is, at 0.0-0.5%, near beer has a similar alcohol content as a glass of orange juice, a banana, or even a piece of chocolate cake - some pieces are bigger than others :).
Whether you’re pregnant, on prescription medication, or have an underlying medical condition non-alcoholic beer should be viewed as equally safe as a glass of juice, soda, or water. In fact, many of our customers fall into one of these groups and cite drinking our non-alcoholic beer as a way to enjoy the taste of a craft beer, be comfortable in social situations all while avoiding the potential harm of alcohol.
And, surprisingly enough, the fastest growing group of na beer consumers may be elite athletes. The New York Times published <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/19/sports/olympics/germany-olympics-beer.html">an article</a> during the last winter Olympics highlighting the performance of German athletes and their strict regime of non-alcoholic beer consumption, not only because Germans love beer, but as a clinically proven sport recovery beverage. So for all you weekend warriors, aspiring and pro athletes maybe non-alcoholic craft beer is what can take you to the next level!
Oh, and did we mention that at just 10 calories per can and less than 2g of carbohydrates Partake beers are a great call for those on a keto diet and those managing diabetes.
By 2024, the worldwide market for non-alcoholic beer is expected to double! That means that us alcohol abstainers will have an ever-growing peer group of people to try new beers with – and it also means that more companies are catering to the NA beer crowd. Here at Partake Brewing, we are excited for what [...]
Toronto, Canada - Partake Brewing, maker of award winning craft non-alcoholic beer, is pleased to announce that it has recently partnered with one of the world's largest sellers of beverage alcohol, the LCBO, to sell and distribute across the province of Ontario. This partnership opens an exciting new channel for the rapidly growing non-alcoholic beer [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Vancouver, BC, March 7, 2018 — What does a Saudi Sheik have in common with an Olympic athlete and an expectant mother? They’re all helping fuel a global appetite for non-alcoholic beer, one sip at a time. It’s a category that has seen massive growth in the past several years with global [...]
The ConundrumWhen we received Danielle's pre-order for Partake, there was message from her. The last line read: "I'd love Partake to be part of my big day!" At this point, Partake hadn't even been packaged yet. The Partake release date was planned for a week before her wedding date and was tentative at best. This was Danielle's wedding! Of course [...]
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Partake Brewing soared passed its Kickstarter goal of $10,000 CAD in just three short hours after its launch on March 28, 2017. The company which is developing a line of craft non-alcoholic beer (or near beer) is raising funds for its first product: a non-alcoholic IPA or India Pale Ale. According to their Kickstarter video Partake [...]
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Five years ago Ted Fleming decided to give up alcohol after he was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. But he missed his beer. “I missed the taste of beer and discovering new beers, especially new craft beers.” he lamented. “But more than that, I found that I missed the social connection that comes from sharing a drink with a colleague [...]
Dry January is a custom that originated in the UK in the 90's as a rallying cry for people to take a month off alcohol immediately after the holidays. More recently the slogan has been adopted by charities wanting to raise awareness about the harms of excessive alcohol consumption. It is estimated that over 20,000 [...]