With all the flavour just none of the booze, Infinite Session, is the new range of craft beers that are unapologetically alcohol-free.
Here to prove there’s more to beer than ABV, Infinite Session focus on what matters: full flavour, big body and great times.
Infinite Session’s three-strong range of beers are carefully crafted to
deliver exactly what they say on the tin; crisp lager, smooth pale ale, hoppy IPA. No more, no less. Here’s the new range:
Pale: This American-Style Pale Ale combines a smooth, six-grain body with the tropical US hops such as Mosaic, Citra and Simcoe to give a refreshing and bitter flavour.
Pils: The Pilsner is crisp and refreshing, yet full of flavour. Inspired
by German and Czech Pilsners, they use traditional noble hops Hallertauer and Saaz. An original Pilsner brewed to give you everything you want from a lager, and more.
IPA: Their India Pale Ale is dry-hopped with Amarillo and Cascade,
to give a bold citrus flavour. Six grains combine to give a smooth,
Chris Hannaway, Co-Founder, says, “At Infinite Session we believe beer is bigger than booze. Alcohol-free beers used to be a poor excuse for the real thing – weak flavour and a label that made you feel inferior. The type of beer you only drunk by mistake or because you had to. Our beers bring you the same level of flavour and craftsmanship as our alcoholic counterparts, so there is no reason, excuses or apologies needed. We’re alcohol-free and we’re not sorry.”
Infinite Session is available in a 330ml can from £1.50, 4 x 330ml cans RRP. £4.75 or in a 330ml bottle from £1.29. Stockists include Sainsbury’s, Tesco, M&S and Amazon.
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