Five years after its establishment, alcohol-free beer brand Lucky Saint has launched its second beer – Alcohol-Free Superior Hazy IPA.

After two years of research and development, the company debuted its new IPA today, joining its Alcohol-Free Superior Unfiltered Lager.

The new product is brewed using only natural ingredients with no flavourings or additives, and is unfiltered to ”deliver maximum flavour and body” with each can containing just 59 calories.

It brings together New World Hops and California Ale Yeast, featuring the combination of classic US hops Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe. The result is a IPA with notes of tropical fruit, zesty citrus, and fresh pine.

As the brand celebrates its 5th birthday, the alcohol-free brand said its continuing to spearhead the UK’s rapidly changing drinking culture with Dry January 2024 predicted to be the biggest on record, with 12 million Brits expected to take part.

Luke Boase founder of Lucky Saint said: “Five years after the launch of Lucky Saint’s Unfiltered Lager, I am beyond excited to announce our Alcohol-Free Hazy IPA. I’m extremely proud of the IPA we’ve created, following two years of development. The ambition was to brew an alcohol-free IPA that captures the magic of new world hops, balanced with exceptional body and the perfect level of bitterness. Here’s to the next five years.”