Alcohol-free beer St Peter’s Without to be sold at national wholefoods chain

St Peter's brewery chief executive Steve Magnall with the company's new alcohol free beer, Without.

St Peter's brewery chief executive Steve Magnall with the company's new alcohol free beer, Without. - Credit: Archant

Suffolk's St Peter's Brewery has agreed a deal which will see its alcohol-free beer on the shelves of Wholefoods Market stores from next month.

It has agreed to supply its Without bottled beer to the chain's nine UK stores, as it aims to build its presence in the alcohol-free beer market.

The beer was launched in August by the brewery, which is based near Bungay, and is already available in JD Wetherspoon, Nisa stores and is being exported to 15 countries around the world.

Steve Magnall, chief executive of St Peter's, said: 'This is an exciting contract for Without. Wholefoods Market has a discerning customer base that recognises good quality products.

'Although the alcohol-free market is still relatively small, there is a clear demand for an excellent-tasting alcohol-free beer and we hope sales of Without among Wholefoods customers will be high.'


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Wholefoods Market has seven stores in and around London, as well as outlets in Glasgow and Cheltenham.

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