Days Brewing Alcohol-free Pale Ale (0.0% ABV)

Proudly born, raised, and brewed in Scotland. What makes this hoppy Pale Ale so good?

Beer bottle being placed on table next to glass filled with beer

Sometimes the Instagram algorithm can pull you into a dark vortex. You're left wondering where the last 2 hours went. Other times it shows you something you're happy you found. Discovering Days was one of those times.

Days is proudly born, raised and brewed in Scotland. They currently make a 0.0% Pale Ale and Lager.

In this post, I'll share my thoughts on the Days, Pale Ale.‍

Not in the mood to read? Same, watch the video instead.

The Brand

I'm a designer. Let me nerd out over this stuff, please.

close up of beer bottle label that says "beer for doing, days"
"Textured bottle labels are dope." - Wise Man, 1946


The Days brand is strong. The bottle has got the Days logo beautifully embossed on a textured label.

I also like how subtle the label is. It doesn't scream "ALCOHOL-FREE". Sometimes you're just not in the mood to answer, "You know that's alcohol-free, right?".

A Good Cause

There's a strong message behind the brand.‍

They give 2% of all revenue to forward-thinking mental health initiatives. It's great knowing you're supporting that by buying their products.

They've got an interesting loyalty program called Minutes too. Whenever you buy from Days, you get Minutes which you can exchange for credit on your next order. So far I've saved £15 on my last three orders using my minutes.

The website is clean, easy to use, and the beers arrive within a couple of days (Days ey! Good one, Dave).

close up of beer bottle cap that says "our days define us"
"Our days define us"

How does it taste?

It's got a classic golden colour. It looks fresh and inviting. There is also a decent amount of head after the pour.

The ingredients listed are: water, malted barley, hops extract, and natural flavouring.

I don't know exactly what the natural flavouring is, but I can pick up on that specific taste. It's a bit more noticeable than the natural flavour you would get from the brewing process. It's not necessarily a bad thing. I'm assuming they did that to keep the ABV at 0.0% without compromising on flavour.

You can pick up on the fresh, hoppy aroma as soon as you start pouring. They describe it as vibrant with tropical overtones and I definitely agree with that. It smells great.

It feels great in the mouth too. Bold, smooth, and with a good level of carbonation.

brb, going to a tropical island.


Show me the money.

Here's the breakdown of what I ordered:

  • 12 x 330ml bottles for £25 shipping incl.
  • or £2.08 per 330ml bottle
  • or 63p per 100ml

It's available from the Days website or on Amazon UK.

Final thoughts

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Look at that excitement. Full video at the top of this post.

This is a refreshing beer that would be ideal on a summers day outdoors. I can see myself cracking these open after hacking my way around the golf course this summer season. You could sip one to celebrate the summit of a long hike. Get the refreshing taste without the alcohol slowing you down on the way back.

All-round an outstanding beer. It tastes great, looks great, is of decent value, and is powered by a brand with a positive message. Thanks, Instagram, you came through this time.

Check out Days website for more information.


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