SF Gate: Grainwave is a zero-alcohol beer that Blue Moon fans will enjoy

SF Gate: Grainwave is a zero-alcohol beer that Blue Moon fans will enjoy

Don’t forget the orange slice when you drink this Belgian white ale.

Belgian white ale, also known as a witbier (which translates to “white beer”), was first produced in the late 1600s. Witbier is a wheat-based ale typically characterized by its pale color and cloudy, hazy appearance. If you’ve ever ordered this type of beer in America, you may have had it served with a slice of orange as a garnish. 

If you’re keen to enjoy a witbier with that orange slice but without the alcohol, Ceria Brewing’s Grainwave is for you. It comes in at 77 calories and is a non-alcoholic version of this classic Belgian beer. 

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