Brewers chase after new market with no-aftertaste beer

As anybody who’s ever kissed a beer drinker can testify, brewskis leave an aftertaste. Now — after light beer, ice beer, dry beer and low-carb beer — brewers’ latest wrinkle to try to stop consumers from switching to wine and liquor is so-called no-aftertaste beer.

1 thought on “Brewers chase after new market with no-aftertaste beer”

  1. have the large corporate brewers of the world totally missed the boat on this one.it isn’t the after-taste people are chaging to wine for, it is the fact that wine actually has taste, aroma, and flavour.

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