Jupiler

English | Cymraeg

A review of Jupiler

ABV: 0.0%
Calories per bottle: 88 (35 per 100ml)
Score: 5 out of 5

Brewing giants AB InBev are already well-known in the 0.0% market for Becks Blue and Budweiser Prohibition, but Jupiler 0.0, which joined their portfolio in 2016, is a new one for us.

Jupiler is very big in its home country of Belgium. The standard-strength beer (5.2%) is the drink of choice for millions in the land of Tintin and moule-et-frites, and the brewery sponsors the country’s top-flight football league and the national team.

So, can the 0.0% version match that success? We’d have to say yes. It’s a really good lager. It’s got the right colour, the right aroma, and a nice rounded flavour with just a hint of herbs. If lager’s your thing, you won’t be disappointed.

Jupiler commercials tend to be a bit macho like this one, in which some men climb a mountain to play football and drink beer. You don’t have to go quite that far to get hold of Jupiler 0.0. We got ours from the Wise Bar Tender, one of a number online shops now meeting the growing demand for decent alcohol-free beers.