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Endless Summer in a tidy little can
Gluten-free - Less than 20PPM

Poolside DDH IPA

Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 92 reviews

Sold as 330ml cans x 12 or 24.

Poolside is a real summer smasher. It's a double dry-hopped IPA bursting with so much flavour you'll want another and another. Expect pineapple and citrus aromas underpinned by a pine and herby bite–topped off with an unapologetic slap of mango.

The perfect summertime alcohol-free beer, packed with flavours from sweet to hoppy. 

Store and enjoy chilled.

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Big Drop. Little Details.

Ingredients

water, barley, wheat, lactose (milk), hops, yeast.

Allergens are listed in bold

Hops

Azacca. Chinook, Mosaic and Motueka

Gluten Data

<10PPM

Nutritional Information

Per 100ml: Energy 113.8kJ/27.2kcal, Fat 0.1g (of which saturates 0.1g), Carbohydrates 3.6g (of which sugar 2.0g), Protein <0.5g, Salt 0.1g.

Per 330ml can: Energy 92 kcal.

Guidance

Because Big Drop is still brewed naturally, there are traces of alcohol in our beers, if you're pregnant we advise taking this into consideration.

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average rating 4.8 out of 5
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Reviewed by Mandy B.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Excellent!

Poolside is now my equal favourite with Citrus Paradiso! Fantastic taste - you really don't miss the alcohol.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great tasting IPA

My favourite out of a selection I tried. Great taste, nice and punchy flavour. Perfect for when I want an IPA without the alcohol.

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Reviewed by Gould G.
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Very active Poolside

I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy the Poolside, as I am so into IPA at present but I surprised myself, it's great!

I like it (almost) as much as the Paradiso.

I am blown away by how good these beers are!

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Reviewed by John M.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great beer as always

This wasn't a beer I had tried before. It is similar to Paradiso. Happy that I gave it a go as these cans were better packaged and didn't spray foam everywhere on opening!

Love having a no alcohol beer in the cupboard to go with food or after a long day of work without missing the flavour

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Reviewed by Nigel B.
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Occasionally drinks alcohol
Rated 1 out of 5
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Same old same old

I purchased this, Paradiso and Pine Trail further to seeing some reviews and watching Saturday Kitchen on the BBC. I had hoped that someone had finally found the Holy Grail and cracked the Alcohol Free conundrum in that they all taste the same and and have that common taste twang associated with alcohol absence. Alas, not to be. The taste of all three took me back to the early days of Kaliber lager, where it all started and sort of remains. Of the three only Pine Trail offered some form of taste experience, but that also shared in the 'hollowed out' taste profile that these type of beers have. Paradiso is supposed to be reminiscent of Citra IPA, I can only assume that those involved have never tasted a good Citra based beer. It has a very strong character that is totally absent here. The only difference between Paradiso and Poolside is slight colouration. The lack of 'mouthfeel' together with the hollowed out taste profile makes these beers taste more or less the same as contemporaries Ghost Ship and Speckled Hen low alcohol variants. This is extremely disappointing because their is a real market demand for a good quality alcohol free beer that actually tastes of beer and is not slotted into the weird tasting morass of common flavoured non beers. And that is the point. The alcohol free products are their own taste classification and not really able to pass as beer. I do not like soft drinks, if driving I tend to gravitate to low alcohol products. It would be really great to…

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