Would you drink alcohol-free beer?
The SAB and AB InBev Africa have recently launched a no-alcohol beer for its consumers.4 November 2017 | Food & Drink
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In the annuls of beer's long and colourful history, the advent of speciality beers represents a new, exciting chapter. That's not to denigrate the cherished legacy of mainstream brews. But the young upstarts represent a challenge to the accepted culture surrounding all that golden goodness. No longer is beer solely associated with clubhouse inebriation, with braais where there's more dop than chop, with impromptu house parties where quantity finds more value than quality. No doubt, those remain good times, especially when you don't have to drive. But they could also have been construed as somewhat alienating, especially for women. For many, beer seemed tethered to the hip of macho culture.22 November 2016 | Saturday Star