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Brooklyn Special Effects

In movies, special effects make you think you're seeing the unbelievable. In Brooklyn Special Effects, we're making you taste something incredible: a delicious non-alcoholic brew. Brooklyn Special Effects is a hoppy lager with an unexpected zesty aroma and pleasantly bitter finish. The beer gets its bready sweetness from a blend of specialty malts, and its surprising nose from dry-hopping with citrus-forward hops--a technique rarely used in non-alcoholic brewing. We use a specially developed fermentation method that limits the amount of alcohol that is created, while allowing more traditional beer flavors to develop. It tastes just like a regular beer, but therein lies the special effect: it's not.

We wanted to brew a beer for more places, more occasions, and more people. A beer that could take on midday lunch breaks, work happy hours, pre-workouts, watching the kids, very late nights, and more.

We're proud to announce Brooklyn Special Effects is on its way to the United States and will be available across our US distribution by January 2020. If you live in New York, SoCal, Chicago, Denver (or you're there for GABF), New Jersey, Austin, Ohio, Atlanta, or Delaware, you’ll be able to grab some Special Effects as soon as November 1, 2019.

If you can't wait to try it, track it down in Sweden, the UK, Italy, Norway, France, Finland, and Denmark, or come visit our Tasting Room in Brooklyn. If that's a bit far, give us a shout on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram, and we'll keep you posted on when it's heading your way.

Style: Hoppy non-alcoholic brew
Hops: Peeled grapefruit and fresh zesty aromas with a clean bitter edge
Yeast: Lager yeast
Alcohol by Volume: 0.4%
Food Pairings: Spinach salads, grilled chicken, BLT sandwiches, toast skagen, hot wings, working lunches, weeknights, omelettes, and fresh goat cheeses.
Availability: Year round
Format: [US] 12oz 6pk cans; [EU] 355 ml glass bottles; limited draft in both US and Europe