Wellbeing Non-alcoholic beer
WellBeing Brewing is a relatively new non-alcoholic brewer based out of Missouri, USA, and founded by husband and wife team Jeff and Genevieve. Their aim was simple, create great-tasting non-alcoholic beers using the finest ingredients.
Since its inception in 2017 WellBeing has gone on to create a number of alcohol-free beers including an English Premier Ale (Match Day), a Golden Wheat beer (Heavenly Body), a dark amber beer (Hellraiser) and a Madagascar cream ale and a classic intentional IPA.
To create their craft beers WellBeing uses a method of gently removing the alcohol through de-alcoholization which results in a beer that retains all its aroma and body. With the exception of Intentional IPA all beers are suitable for vegans. In addition, there are beers with some added health ingredients, Victory Beer for example contains a formula of electrolyte supplements.
Finally, check out the art work. Fantastic. I love the designs of the cans and would happily print them out and stick them on a frame.
Buy WellBeing Beers
At the time of writing, you can only buy these non-alcoholic beers if you live in the US.
Proof No More is a great new alcohol-free retailer that brings all the latest and greatest beers, spirits and more to your door. Check out their extensive collection of non-alcoholic drinks.
COST (at time of publication) – $3.49/ can
Are WellBeing beers any good?
I have yet to personally taste WellBeing’s non-alcoholic beers but hope to do so soon.
In the meantime, for some quick insight into how good this alcohol-free beer is, I have listed the current score from Untappd of Victory Wheat (check review here).
- |NUMBER OF REVIEWS - over 2,000
- SCORE - 3.4 / 5
Information correct as of 29th May 2023
Key information on Wellbeing Victory wheat
Type – IPA
Brewery – WellBeing Beers
Country – USA
Alcohol content – 0.5%
Calories – 85
Vegan friendly? – yes
Gluten-free? – yes
Availability in UK/EU – very hard
Availability in US/CAN – medium