A few years ago it was pretty hard to find a decent alcohol-free beer, especially when you were out at a bar or restaurant. But nowadays there are loads of excellent options out there when it comes to dry drinking, and Lucky Saint is definitely one of the best we've tried. We've tried Lucky Saint a few times now and we've been so impressed that we decided they're well worth a review, let's get into it:
Who is behind Lucky Saint?
What do we think of Lucky Saint?
What's the nutritional breakdown?
Where can you get yourself some Lucky Saint?
This is what we really wanted to highlight - one of the best things about Lucky Saint is that it doesn't look out of place in a fancy restaurant, and we think that's exactly the position that Lucky Saint has filled in the alcohol-free market. On a recent trip to Dishoom, we weren't surprised to see that Lucky Saint was the only non-alcoholic beer on the menu. The branding is classy and the light taste is a perfect partner with spicy food. One of the key aspects of the Lucky Saint bottle is that you can't tell from a distance that it's alcohol-free - there's no big 'ZERO' on the front like some many of these brands do, it's subtle and classy. Perfect for Dishoom and other places where it is stocked like Harvey Nichols.
If you're wanting to buy it online then the cheapest place by far would be Amazon, where a crate works out to well less than £2 per bottle.