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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Becks blue is the best”

Written on: 13/10/2014 by Fletcher106 (1 review written)

I cannot drink alcohol ever again as I became dependent on it. Now when I go to the pub as I like to socialise I drink becks blue . Has completely changed my life and I recomend this drink to all you alcoholics , of alcohol dependants out there. You can still go out have a good time, and keep sober and healthy at the same time. Tastes just the same as ordinary becks . … Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Taste is good but its basically flat”

Written on: 05/03/2014 by Foxyc49 (1 review written)

I could drink this if it didn't taste like chilled day old beer. The taste is right but it just has no fizz. Fix that and it would be perfect… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Becks Blue nonalchol lager ”

Written on: 26/12/2013 by ronrich3663 (1 review written)

I was very surprised how good it was . They've got it spot on for flavour .no more drinking driving.no more injured livers . yes only a little bottle for now 250g is not big enough , maybe 330g would be better .but it certainly comes in useful on occasions.so don't knock it .try it… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Best Non Alcoholic Lager to date ”

Written on: 01/12/2013 by daveas179 (1 review written)

First discovered this beer when working on Oil Tankers where we couldn't drink. Having tried so many deeply disappointing non alcoholic beers our hopes weren't high but we were pleasantly surprised. As a few of the other reviewers point out, it goes flat quicker than normal larger and if not chilled it tastes a bit different but in general when chilled well it tastes as good as it's alcoholic version. The biggest complaint I have as that in the UK it is only available in 250ml bottle so… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Safe way to have fun”

Written on: 31/10/2013

I used to be a big drinker so big I was damaging my health. This had to stop, so I tried going without... That didn't work. I tried alcohol free wine, it was vile. This becks tastes just like beer. By far the best I have tasted so don't listen to the bad reviews. I wish more pubs would sell this! Now I can enjoy my time with friends, staying healthy but not going without. Great beer… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Drink driver”

Written on: 30/09/2013 by Leicesterview (1 review written)

I was banned from driving for drink driving ,now I am applying for my License back ,I would still like to be able to go out and enjoy my evenings with friends, thankfully becks blue will allow me to feel like I am part of the group and not putting my life or anyone else's in jeopardy in the future ,The government should help encourage reducing the cost of alcohol free beer for the benefit of drivers and saving lives… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Blue is cool”

Written on: 02/04/2013

Good beer for its type. Yes a slight after taste but the taste is good. Highly recommend them. Just wish you could get it on tap. … Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Hell no man”

Written on: 27/03/2013

I drank one earlier today it just said Beck's non alcoholic beer and I swear to god, it tasted like laundry... Almost threw up. I mean really. By far the worst tasting beer in the world. Literally someone payed me $5 to finish it and I almost couldn't do it. And again, laundry… Read Full Review

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Chicrodgers's Comment

Written on: 20/08/2013

Must have been eating onions beforehand the taste is as good as ordinary Becks

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Why so expensive?”

Written on: 15/10/2012

I really enjoy Beck's Blue as a drink, especially as I choose not to drink alcohol at the moment. It is quite embarrassing to ask a friend to buy you a drink when it is so expensive in a Pub or restaurant. In supermarkets the price varies, but I have located it in more than one for less than 50p per bottle. Why do breweries ask such a mark up, as surely they should be encouraging people to drink less alcohol and should be making it easier for drivers looking for a tasty alternative to the… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“As Good As the Alcoholic Version”

Written on: 18/05/2012 by Lugsy6541 (1 review written)

I have to say that this is just as good as the normal alcoholic version. It tastes just as great, though I have only ever tasted it chilled and not out of the sideboard like some others, and very refreshing. It is a better choice than Coke or Pepsi when you are the designated driver, plus you feel like you are drinking like everyone else and don't feel left out. Taht said, when drinking it in a pub you still feel a little like you have had a few. I think that that is more down to the effects of… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Best Alcohol free Beer I've tried yet”

Written on: 08/04/2012 by JimSmith333 (1 review written)

There's some people who'll say "What's the point in Alcohol free beer you might as well drink coke?" I've seen this a number of times. There's various reasons why someone might choose an alcohol free beer instead. Designated drivers or perhaps someone who likes beer, but wants to cut down on their alcohol intake. I personally wouldn't want to keep drinking coke because it's to sweet. I've tried various Alcohol free beers off of the supermarket shelf's and Beck blue is my favourite so far. Most… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Good, but still a contradiction.”

Written on: 25/12/2011

Becks Blue actually tastes good, and for those who enjoy it for that reason alone, it's well worth the money. So, on the basis of that major, major plus point - most alcohol free beer is absolutely dire - I'll give you the negatives 1) Only available in 275ml bottles in UK - In Germany it's sold in 330 and 500ml(!). 2)Because of its lack of alcohol, it does not chill the same way normal beers do. I give this as an opinion only, and in regard of the way it feels on the palette. Try one out of… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Tastes great: by far the best low alcohol beer”

Written on: 16/10/2011

I started drinking Becks Blue last January while having a few weeks off booze (I was a regular Becks drinker): I don't like any soft drinks as they're too sweet and usually enjoy a cold bottle of lager at the end of the day. I was immediately impressed that it actually tasted like beer, unlike every other low alcohol beer I've tried. I found myself enjoying being more clear-headed, and even when the January alcohol-free period was up, I continued drinking Becks Blue instead of regular Becks. I… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Becks Blue not a bad alcohol free Beer,taste good has...”

Written on: 23/12/2010 by mick62 (3 reviews written)

Becks Blue not a bad alcohol free Beer,taste good has all the taste of a premium beer but you won't get drunk what more could you ask for,i like the taste it still kept its strong flavour also you will notice a slight after taste not unlpeasant,its downside only one bottles not big only 275 mils we need them to be bigger there is a good taste in there, packs of 6 value for money get them in the fridge chill them then enjoy the problem i have on a nice hot summers day 6 won't do bigger bottles… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Becks make by far the worst alcohol free beers in the...”

Written on: 25/11/2010

Becks make by far the worst alcohol free beers in the world. It just tastes of chemicals and nothing else. I have been tea total for thirteen years due to a medical problem but before that I used to drink a lot of beer including real ales and German largers. I just cannot force Becks alcohol free beers down my throat. If you want drinkable alcohol free beers then try Kaliber, Cobra, Erdinger or Bavaria, especially the new Bavaria wheat beer… Read Full Review

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 17/06/2011

I've been tea total for all my adult life out of choice. This review sounds like a bavaria sales person, that stuff is horrible.......I really like the Becks Blue.

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Johnnow's Comment

Written on: 21/02/2013

I agree, some of the ones mentioned are undrinkable. I think the Becks is as near to real lager as it gets. I am an abstaining alcoholic so I have shopped around. Pity the pubs mark it up from 50p to £2 though

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“This lager has the authentic taste and the added bonus...”

Written on: 02/10/2010 by Michael T (4 reviews written)

This lager has the authentic taste and the added bonus of no alchohol so you can drink and drive with no worry. It is the only alcohol free lager I have found that retains the authentic continental flavour - keep it up Beck's.
If you shop about you can often pick it up reasonably priced. My most recent batch does taste slightly different so I hope that Beck's are not changing the recipe to use a different cheaper blend of hops. Concoctions of 'continental' lager (alcohol free or not) brewed… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Fantastic! I love the taste, I have tried many other...”

Written on: 21/08/2010

Fantastic! I love the taste, I have tried many other non alcoholic beers and really struggle to find one that compares to this one. It tastes just like the real thing i cant tell a difference… Read Full Review

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Becks Blue tastes absolutely nothing like normal...”

Written on: 08/01/2010

Becks Blue tastes absolutely nothing like normal Becks. I'm sitting here drinking a bottle now - it tastes like liquid Rivita - in fact I'm feeling quite nauseous… Read Full Review

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Michael T's Comment

Written on: 02/10/2010

I found this review not helpful because... I don't think it was truthful.
<br/>If you are used to drinking strong lager obviously you are going to notice a difference because you get no kick. This product is way ahead of the pack in the flavour stakes for non alcoholic lagers. I'm a bitter drinker of many years experience and have also drunk many continental lagers on their home turf. Perhaps the reviewer is used to the sweeter U.K. brewed products or can't recognise the type of hop used on the continent.

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Becks Blue Alcohol free Beer

“Unlike some other alcohol free beers this actually...”

Written on: 08/12/2009

Unlike some other alcohol free beers this actually tastes just as it should. I would not be able to tell the difference if it was handed to me in a glass. Excellent for those who enjoy a drink but should'nt have alcohol i.e drivers and people wishing to cut down thier alcohol intake. It is good value for money and it also contains less callories so everyones a winner!… Read Full Review

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