Adweek reported Jan. 15 that Anheuser-Busch InBev has introduced four new no- and low-alcohol beers (NABLAB) to its portfolio of beverages, answering growing demand for such products.
The new beverages include:
- 98-calorie So-Lo from Goose Island, which checks in at 3 percent alcohol-by-volume (ABV)
- Gilt Lifter from Four Peaks Brewing Company, with 7 grams of carbs and 3.4% ABV
- Resolution Blueberry Acai Golden Ale from Breckenridge Brewery, with 3.5% ABV
- Mango Cart Non-Alcoholic Wheat Ale, with less than 0.5% ABV
Adweek said all are available as of this month except Mango Cart, which will be released in California next week and nationwide in the spring.
AB InBev’s previous NABLAB products include well-known non-alcoholic beer O’Doul’s — which has been on the market for 30 years — as well as alcohol-free Busch NA.
Adweek noted a March 2019 article from Bon Appétit that states bottled low- and no-alcohol beverages in the US will grow by about 32 percent between 2018 and 2022.