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LOW ALCOHOL COULD MEAN HIGH PERCENTAGE GROWTH

Heineken’s new alcohol-free lager joins popular options from other European and American brewers.

THE “LOW AND NO” alcohol category has long had an image problem. As a result, the category makes up only about 2% of overall beer consumption. “Historically, in ‘serious’ drinking circles, alcohol-free beer was

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