A brewery in British Columbia, Canada has released a new pale ale beer with only 3.05 percent alcohol content to help keep drivers legal. The beer, called No Jail Ale, is produced by Cannery Brewing Company. Sales of the full-flavored No Jail Ale beer have skyrocketed and the brewers have had to add a new tank capacity.
"We knew it would be a challenge to get the flavor, color and body that we were looking for in such a low alcohol profile," said Cannery co-owner Patt Dyck to Canadian Beer News.
No Jail Ale Keeps You Under the Legal BAC Limit
1. Low-alcohol Beverages - Creating beverages with lower alcohol content to promote responsible drinking and reduce instances of drunk driving.
2. Flavor Innovation - Experimenting with ingredients and brewing techniques to maintain full flavor in low-alcohol beverages.
3. Increased Demand for Responsible Products - Consumers seeking out products that align with their values, such as No Jail Ale, which promotes responsible drinking and supports efforts to reduce drunk driving.
1. Craft Beer - Craft breweries can explore the development of low-alcohol options to diversify their product offerings and cater to health-conscious consumers.
2. Alcohol Industry - Alcohol manufacturers can invest in research and development to create innovative low-alcohol beverages that appeal to a wider consumer base.
3. Transportation and Safety - Companies in the transportation and safety sector can partner with breweries to promote responsible drinking and offer incentives for using low-alcohol beverages, contributing to safer roads.