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Lucky Saint launches in cans

07 September, 2021

Alcohol-free beer brand Lucky Saint has launched in cans across the UK following its successful roll out in draught and bottle formats.

The cans will be available to purchase in 12, 24 and 48 packs from the Lucky Saint website starting from £25 for a 12-pack and will also be available in listed UK supermarkets from November.

“Since our launch in 2018, the alcohol-free category has grown phenomenally,” said Luke Boase, founder of Lucky Saint. “We wanted to make sure we met consumer demand for high quality alcohol-free options for all occasions, whether this is enjoyment at home, in the pub or in the park with friends.

“We launched with the bottles, and then on draught nationwide last September, so cans were the next logical step for us as a business.”

In a recent report by Club Soda, 49% of UK adults are teetotal or have plans to cut down their alcohol intake.

Launched in October 2018, Lucky Saint is a 0.5% unfiltered lager which is brewed in Bavaria using four natural ingredients – Pilsner Malt, Hallertau Hops, Bavarian spring water and Lucky Saint’s own single-use yeast.

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