Survey Finds That Attitudes Towards Alcohol Free Beer Are Changing

49% of British adults are in agreement that alcohol-free beer is much more socially acceptable to drink in public than it was five years ago.

Additionally, over 50% of British adults claim they would be perfectly comfortable ordering an alcohol-free beer when on a night out with friends.

The poll also found that 43% of adults in the UK have tasted this kind of beer, with 46% of these people saying they did so because they were the designated driver for a group of friends.

This new data supports official data from research group CGA that highlights the increase in sales of low alcohol and alcohol-free beers in the last year.

The data that obtained during this survey is a strong indication of the positive future of responsible drinking.

Although companies like AB InBev have historically offered products such as Beck’s Blue as part of their commitment to responsible drinking, it may be that the product is becoming desirable amongst consumers for many other reasons as well.

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Survey Finds That Attitudes Towards Alcohol Free Beer Are Changing

December 23rd, 2014

49% of British adults are in agreement that alcohol-free beer is much more socially acceptable to drink in public than it was five years ago.

Additionally, over 50% of British adults claim they would be perfectly comfortable ordering an alcohol-free beer when on a night out with friends.

The poll also found that 43% of adults in the UK have tasted this kind of beer, with 46% of these people saying they did so because they were the designated driver for a group of friends.

This new data supports official data from research group CGA that highlights the increase in sales of low alcohol and alcohol-free beers in the last year.

The data that obtained during this survey is a strong indication of the positive future of responsible drinking.

Although companies like AB InBev have historically offered products such as Beck’s Blue as part of their commitment to responsible drinking, it may be that the product is becoming desirable amongst consumers for many other reasons as well.

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