7 low-ABV and nonalcoholic beers and hop beverages to try now

Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. Hop Water
Urban Chestnut’s Hop Water line has expanded since its 2019 debut and now includes a broad-spectrum CBD-infused option in addition to grapefruit, ginger and original flavors.

Four-pack: $6 to $12. Urban Chestnut Brewing Co., 4465 Manchester Ave.; 3229 Washington Ave., St. Louis; 314.222.0143, urbanchestnut.com

Main & Mill Brewing Co. Green Chile Ale
Main & Mill‘s sharp, 4% ABV blonde ale infused with fresh Anaheim and serrano chiles is a shining example of how sessionable beers don’t have to sacrifice on flavor and experience.

Six-pack: $10. Main & Mill Brewing Co., 240 E. Main St., Festus, 636.543.3031, mainandmill.com

2nd Shift Brewing Lucy Lager
Light, smooth and featuring an extremely cute pup on its label (2nd Shift’s own Lucy the basset hound), Lucy Lager clocks in just 3.8% ABV, making it form-fit for a day on the patio.

Four-pack: $11. Southside Wine and Spirits, 4920 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, 314.779.6294, southsidewineandspirits.com

Anheuser-Busch Budweiser Zero
Here’s to the old dog’s new tricks. Anheuser-Busch’s remix of America’s most popular Pilsner is a sure sign that non-alcoholic beer is here to stay.

12-pack: $12. Randall’s Wines & Spirits, multiple locations, shoprandalls.com

4 Hands Brewing Co. Ultraviolet Session Sour
This easy-drinking ale is as light and bright as its name suggests, with a tartness that doesn’t overpower the beer. It’s a limited release, so grab a pack while you can.

Four-pack: $10. The Wine and Cheese Place, multiple locations, wineandcheeseplace.com

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