Suffolk-based micro-brewery, St Peter’s, has unveiled Without Gold, a hoppy, golden ale that’s alcohol free.

Following on from the success of St Peter’s Without Original, the world’s first alcohol-free craft ale, Without Gold is a golden alcohol-free craft beer, with a full-bodied, slightly sweet malt flavour combined with a citrus bitterness.

Without Gold targets ale drinkers who like a refreshing, light, golden beer.

Steve Magnall, CEO at St Peter’s Brewery, said: “In Without Gold we have created a beer that will appeal to a nation of ale drinkers who love a good, full-bodied golden ale, as well as lager drinkers looking for a delicious alcohol-free beer. 

“Without Original is different to anything else on the market. Aside from being the only zero-alcohol craft beer on the market, it’s also got more flavour and body than any other alcohol-free beer available. We expect Without Gold to be just as popular,”

Head brewer, Steve Groves, said: “We can’t wait to launch this product and get customer reaction. We expect Without Gold to appeal to a broad range of ale and lager drinkers and already a major retail chain is interested in stocking it.

“Without Gold is completely different from other alcohol-free beers on the market, most of which are conventional lagers and often thin and watery. Instead, it is made in exactly the same way as a traditional beer, just without the alcohol, and consumers can expect a full-bodied pint, with a good head and delicious taste.”

“We expect the alcohol-free drinks market to grow to 10% of the overall drinks category within the next ten years,” 

St Peter’s Without Gold is available nationwide in 500ml bottles (RRP £1.49) and on tap. For more information visit