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Expecting to have brew date locked down this week. We will send out our backer survey when the date in confirmed. Thanks for your patience and support! - Ted -
Hello! How's it going? Getting super exciting!
Thanks to all of our backers for their support and wonderful feedback! Thanks to all of you, we are well on our way to producing our Non-Alcoholic IPA!
Yes, Eli - Once we finalize and ship out our Non-Alcoholic IPA, we plan to start working on additional varieties and styles!
Hey very excited to try this brew! Are there going to be different types your going to try to make? I love the taste of beer but the alcohol part is a no no In my life now... hope to get more types from you guys
Looking forward to raising a brew!
NAC - For starters, our priority will be to fulfill the beer we've committed to our Kickstarter Backers.
Once that is completed, we will be leveraging PremiumNearBeer.com our ecommerce store to distribute our beer throughout the USA and Canada.
We will simultaneously be seeking retail distribution in the USA and Canada. Distributors should contact ted@drinkpartake if interested.
Thank you! One last question, if this is the most delicious non-alcoholic IPA and I can't live without it, how will I get more on the future?
NAC - Yes we'll have optional merchandise available. We're excited too! So grateful for all the support!
Hey! Any chance to buy the koozie as an add on? Or at-shirt? Excited for this! Thank you!
Great news about Dragon's Den, Ted. Even if you don't get a deal, the exposure can do wonders for a new brand. Break a leg!
Sounds like a great product! I look forward to receiving mine.
The process for brewing the beer is proprietary.
The difference in the beers largely relates to the style. Clausthauler is an Amber Ale and ours is an India Pale Ale. For this reason the flavor profile will be different. The Amber has more malt sweetness and the IPA is drier and more hop forward. Clausthaler Amber has 75 calories and our Partake IPA has only 10.
Can you explain how you remove the alcohol and how (why) this beer will be different than (lets say) the dry hopped Clausthaler?
Need to get the word out in Utah.......
Hi GMP! We are working out options. We will keep you posted!
Hello Ted, Are there any plans for any stretch goals to excite and enlist pledges?
Not sure how the heck I got the email about Partake, but I am glad I did. Became a supporter yesterday and look forward to enjoying their product soon.
Been watching this since I first saw it on twitter. Glad to back for a 12 pack and support a great idea!
Excited to surprise my husband this summer!
Thanks for the response.
Thanks for all the great feedback everyone.
For an answer to GMP`s question, please visit the project FAQs
Hello Ted, Thanks for the reply. One more question. Non-alcoholic beer in the US can have a very small amount of alcohol and still be considered non-alcoholic in nature. Is your beer totally alcohol free or slightly alcoholic. If so what is the percentage. Thanks!
As someone who gave up alcohol for medical reasons, I enjoy the taste of a good beer. There are some limited, 0.0% options out there, with some good and some not so good. I wish the US had more options available because I can't get some of the choices available in the EU or Canada. Look forward to the shipment and best of luck!
Looks like you will go over the top Ted. Great stuff. Looking forward to the IPA! Cheers...
This sounds great! Can't wait to try it.