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Heineken Non-Alcoholic 0.0*Packaging may vary

Heineken Non-Alcoholic 0.0

Non-Alcoholic Beer /0% ABV / Netherlands

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Product details

Non-Alcoholic Beer
Gluten Reduced
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
40-45° F

Product description

Our Master Brewers started from zero and spent years exploring, brewing and tasting before they finally created a recipe defined by its refreshingly crisp notes and soft malty body - one that deserves the Heineken® mark, and of course, with the uncompromising Heineken® characteristics since 1873. Heineken® 0.0 is made for those occasions where you’d like to enjoy a great-tasting beer but without the alcohol.

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  • Michael

    I'm with Peter they need to come in bigger sizes beer ball or 1/2 keg it's really good zero alcohol beer.

  • patricia
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    if you were ever a Heineken fan, I challenge you to tell the difference without looking at the "0" bottle. When you must cut alcohol, here is your solution.

  • Peter
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    We've come a long way from O'Douls, baby. Very light and refreshing beer. Crisp and very drinkable. A little more bitter (not a bad thing) than the Stella Artois Liberte. A good beer to have on a warm day, with zero consequences. We need this to come in larger sizes: party ball, 5 liter keg, etc... we go through it fast.

  • Karen
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    The best !

  • Timothy Cosley

    I quit drinking and 00 are amazing tried a lot of other brands but these are amazing

  • Vivien
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    This is not bad. If you want something that is a little bit different, I'd get this. The taste is okay when you take in the consideration that it doesn't have alcohol and is relatively low in calories.

  • Raymond Johnson.
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    Everything I expected

  • yvette
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    Verified Buyer

    The Heineken without alcohol tastes the exact same as the original beer

  • Andrew

    Same taste classically conditioned immune response. Cool experiment!

  • Casey Combes.
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    Verified Buyer

    Absolutely tastes like Heineken.



Non-alcoholic beer is, as its name implies, delicious beer with nearly zero alcohol content. Its mission? To lovingly reproduce the flavor, character, mouthfeel and other beer characteristics without all the alcohol. You’ll find that the majority of non-alcoholic beers are lagers, though some low-alcohol ales have also come into being in recent years. Non-alcoholic beers are made using reverse osmosis or distillation, which extracts ethanol from beer. The beer is then forced by high pressure through a membrane, forcing out water and alcohol molecules and leaving behind the good stuff (flavor and calories).
Under ideal conditions, non-alcoholic beer tastes like regular beer. However, you must be choosy because inferior non-alcoholic beer can venture into the “beer-flavored water” camp pretty quickly. At worst, non-alcoholic beer can taste like unfermented wort, which is the sweet liquid that forms the foundation of beer but hasn’t yet been fermented. A good non-alcoholic beer can taste fantastic, delivering subtle flavor notes without the booze. Many breweries are innovating special techniques to create flavorful, refreshing beverages with hops, malts and everything else you love about beer.
Non-alcoholic usually isn’t a literal term. Most non-alcoholic beers have trace amounts of alcohol in them, always around 0.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) or less as required by law to maintain the “non-alcoholic” moniker. That’s about the same as kombucha. Some brands claim to offer beer that is truly 0.0% ABV, though most will include a footnote claiming their beers contain no more than 0.5% alcohol. That’s certainly not enough to get you tipsy or drunk and is completely safe to consume before driving.
Because non-alcoholic beer is made to mimic a wide swath of the beer world, the food you pair with it depends on what beer you’re drinking. In general, you can’t go wrong with foods that are savory — particularly dishes like spaghetti and meatballs, which includes saltiness, sourness and rich sauce and goes better with a flavorful non-alcoholic beer (particularly one with good carbonation). The bitter notes of a good non-alcoholic brew also complement greasy, oily meals like pizza. You’ll seldom go wrong pairing them with Thai, Indian and other south/southeast Asian cuisines.
Don’t overthink it — go for the American pint glass. This 16-oz. piece of glassware is the glass to rule them all, a sturdy, hefty vessel that will allow your favorite non-alcoholic brewsky to flourish and work its magic. If you’re venturing into the fruitier side of things, you can choose a beer glass with a narrower rim to effectively funnel the aromas into your nostrils. Headier beers may do well in a goblet or snifter. But again, the American pint glass will never fail you.
Just because it’s non-alcoholic doesn’t mean it’s going to be non-caloric. Indeed, your standard 12 oz. glass of non-alcoholic beer hovers around the same marks as standard beer, with around 100 calories and 19.1 grams of carbs per serving. Compare that with your average beer, which has about 150 calories but only 13 grams of carbs. It’s okay, though. You’re getting delicious flavors and subtle tastes without having to worry about the effects of booze. That’s worth it for a few extra carbs.
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