St Peter’s Without Gold

English | Cymraeg

A review of St Peter’s Without Gold - an alcohol-free, vegan ale with a nice malty aroma.



ABV: 0.0%
Calories per bottle: 120 (24 per 100ml)

Hot on the heels of St Peter’s Without Original, comes a worthy successor, Without Gold.

Like its predecessor, Without Gold comes well-presented in the same 18th century-style green oval bottle – a homage to the New Jersey publican Thomas Gerrard.

Just as with the Original, it’s got a nice malty aroma as soon as you open it. Once poured (as you’d expect from the name), Gold has a much lighter colour, almost like a lager. But this is no ordinary lager. However lager-like it may be appear, Without Gold has much more in common with traditional British ales than, say, Erdinger Alkoholfrei or Heineken 0.0.

For the moment, you’ll have to enjoy it at home, since it’s only available online. But this is a beer crying out to be appreciated in good pub: by a babbling brook in a chilled-out beer garden in summer, or by a warming log fire in the snug on a cold day.

Without Gold is certified vegan by Vegan Society, so you can be assured that no fish were harmed in the production of your beer.

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