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Lowlander 0.00% wit beer

Lowlander beer, produced in the Netherlands, has added its first no-alcohol beer to its portfolio. It is made with reclaimed citrus peel from bars and restaurants that use the fruit for fresh orange and lemon juice. It has launched in the Netherlands, the UK and Germany, and will be rolling out to other international markets soon. Created in collaboration with PeelPioneers, the beer is an attempt to use some of the 250 million kilograms of fresh fruit peels that are binned in the Netherlands each year. Lowlander also makes two low-alcohol 2.5% ABV beers, made with yuzu and grapefruit and ginger and Kaffir lime.

RRP: £2.29.

Contact: Lowlander Beer, Info@lowlander-beer.com

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