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New alcohol-free IPA introduced by Lucky Saint

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Lucky Saint has launched its second beer, the Alcohol-Free Superior Hazy IPA, marking a significant milestone five years after its inception. This new addition joins the brand’s award-winning Alcohol-Free Superior Unfiltered Lager.

After two years of research and development, Lucky Saint is set to introduce its category-defining IPA. The Hazy IPA is brewed with natural ingredients and no flavorings or additives, staying true to the brand’s commitment to quality. Unfiltered to maximize flavor and body, each can contains just 59 calories.

Combining New World Hops and California Ale Yeast, Lucky Saint’s Alcohol-Free Superior Hazy IPA features classic US hops Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe. The result is a refreshing and balanced beer with notes of tropical fruit, zesty citrus, and fresh pine.

As Lucky Saint celebrates its fifth birthday, the brand continues to lead the UK’s changing drinking culture. With Dry January 2024 predicted to be the biggest on record, Lucky Saint’s Hazy IPA offers a new beer style for those seeking variety without compromising their choice to moderate.

Founder Luke Boase expressed his excitement about the launch: “Five years after the launch of Lucky Saint’s Unfiltered Lager, I am beyond excited to announce our Alcohol-Free Hazy IPA. I’m extremely proud of the IPA we’ve created, following two years of development. Here’s to the next five years.”

The Hazy IPA will be available on the website,, and in all major retailers nationwide in time for Dry January.

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