Making the list for the second time, it is of course the Germans who take the first podium place, as my bronze medal drapes around the neck of Franziskaner Alkoholfrei Weissbier.
The Munich based brewery known for its Spaten and Franziskaner brand, is part of the Anheuser-Busch InBev conglomerate
This was a great all rounder for an alcohol free beer, ticking all the visual boxes it pours a strong amber colour with a thin foamy head balanced on top. It’s flavoursome and does not disappoint with its taste, which manages to stay strong throughout the 500ml serving.
The athletic levels of Carbonation supports the mouthfeel and the only negative I could find was a somewhat lacking aroma which was disappointing when compared to the other German offerings
My 500ml bottle cost me £1.30 from Tesco
So with only two beers left, will Germany take the Gold or can Scotland make it to the top?