Nirvana Brewery launches two new low alcohol and vegan beers

Nirvana Brewery, the UK-based brewery dedicated to low and alcohol-free craft beers, has launched two new no alcohol and vegan beverages.

The company launched Ananda Buchabeer, which is a combination of Nirvana’s signature Tantra Pale Ale and Kombucha. It also released Zen and Berries, made in collaboration with the London Fields Brewery team.

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Ananda Buchabeer is said to be the first of its kind in the UK, combining Kombucha (made with green Sencha tea from Japan), cane sugar and Nirvana’s Tantra pale ale. It is also made with live cultures, good bacteria, enzymes and antioxidants.

Zen and Berries is a balanced fruit sour beer, which is naturally soured with the addition of British-sourced blueberries and fresh ginger.

Steve Dass, Nirvana Brewery co-founder, said: “We’re thrilled to be releasing these two amazing beers. For far too long this sector of the industry has been ignored – alcohol free beers don’t have to be boring.

“At Nirvana our focus is to bring innovation, creativity and a whole lot of good vibes to the alcohol-free beer scene.”

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