St Peter’s Brewery signs deal with All Bar One owner for alcohol-free beer

Steve Magnall, chief executive of St Peter's Brewery, with its Without alcohol-free beer. Picture: S

Steve Magnall, chief executive of St Peter's Brewery, with its Without alcohol-free beer. Picture: St Peter's Brewery - Credit: St Peter's Brewery

A non-alcoholic beer brewed in East Anglia will be sold in around 750 bars and restaurants across the UK thanks to a new deal.

Alcohol-free beer Without from St Peter's Brewery, in Bungay, will be on offer at pub and restaurant group Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) sites, which include brands such as All Bar One and Vintage Inns, around the country.

St Peter's chief executive Steve Magnall said: 'There is a clear demand for high quality, alcohol-free drinks and St Peter's Without is the perfect alternative for those who want to cut down or cut out alcohol, but still enjoy a night out.

'Securing this listing with M&B is a huge step for us and one that will allow Without to be enjoyed by a huge range of consumers.'

The deal follows retail listings for Without at Tesco, Co-op and Nisa.


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The beer was launched in 2016 by the Suffolk brewery, which also produces bottled and keg beers and ciders.

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