With only four sun beds left, it’s no surprise that the Germans have beaten the rest of the market to the pool and reserved a third of them already!
Warsteiner, the largest family owned brewery in Germany dates back to the 1700’s and is one of the most popular beer producers in a country renowned for the quality of its beers.
It’s most popular beer is a Pilsner called Premium Verum which serves as the base recipe for the breweries only non alcoholic offering. Warsteiner Premium Fresh uses the same brewing procedure as its 4.8% strength stablemate, before having all the alcohol removed.
This one pours a gol.. well Ill take a form uneducated guess that it pours a goldy couple with a bit of a head, the lack of photos attest to the fact I didn’t bother dirtying a glass and drank these from the bottle. Use your imagination or google it.
It smells like a decent German Pilsner, with that little something something missing! As I sample ever more AF Beers my highly untrained nose is noting the lack of booze in these brews, it’s always been apparent in the taste after three or four sips but I’m detecting it in the initial aroma now..
Taste wise this is lightly hopped, which lets it down somewhat even when you compare it with the 5th or 6th places offerings.
Strangely I only took one picture of this AF Beer, so feel free to enjoy it twice
This is the weakest of the three German offerings that made the list, only marginally better than Pistonheads flat tire
I picked up a 4 pack of Warsteiner Premium fresh from my local Tesco for £3.50