Pistonhead Flat Tire Non-Alcoholic Dry-Hopped Lager (0.5%)

One of the two things you will always find in my fridge at home.

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There are two things that you'll always find in my fridge at home. Oat milk, and Pistonhead Flat Tire.

It has everything I could ask for in an alcohol-free lager. Dry, crisp, and refreshing. Don't let the "flat" in the name fool you, it is anything but flat.

It's been a go-to for me ever since I discovered it's sold on Amazon. Let's explore what I love so much about this lager.

The Details

As described by the brewer:

  • Hints of tropical fruits and citrus.
  • Aromatic, balanced, pleasant bitterness.
  • Naturally carbonated.
  • Pours smoothly without an overinflated head.

I don't disagree with any of those descriptions. The tropical fruits and citrus flavours are on the subtle side but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable.

The carbonation and the dry finish are what I enjoy the most. It makes for a refreshing lager that's for sure.

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Value for money

This is the best part.

I am yet to find a non-alcoholic beer that beats Pistonhead Flat Tire for value. At just 88p per can, if purchased in a case of 24 from Amazon, it's seriously good value.

At the time of writing, you can pick up a case of twenty-four 330ml cans for just £21. Well worth it.

I agree, Donald.

What do I love about it?

  • Refreshing taste.
  • Dry finish.
  • Price, £21 for x24 330ml cans on Amazon.
  • I'm a sucker for a good can/label design and this is a goodie, especially with the brushed metal can.

When would I drink this?

  • Ice cold with a pizza.
  • At a summer afternoon BBQ.

Where can you buy it?

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If you're based in the UK and looking for a refreshing alcohol-free lager that is great value for money, then definitely check out Pistonhead Flat Tire alcohol-free lager (0.5%).

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