Tempest Sleight of Hand Sour Pale Ale

Tempest Sleight of Hand Sour Pale Ale

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An incredible alcohol-free beer that doesn’t taste like one. Made with racing acidity, lingering hops and juicy citrus flavours. An act of skillful deception or skillful brewing? You tell us.

Format: 440ml
ABV
: 0.5%
Origin: Scotland / UK

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4.5 Based on 8 Reviews
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L
01/20/2022
Lila
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

I love this beer

I’m a big fan of this light, tangy beer. Crisp, citrusy, subtle on the sour. I have found my favourite AF beer!

A AFBev Customer
DM
11/26/2021
Dan M.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

Nice light tart easy drinker

I really like this. Not super tart, tangy in nose and mouth, a little lighter mouthfeel than I expect but it is a good sipper. I poured one soon after my shipment arrived (had a different NA beer for lunch) and have been nursing it all afternoon. Unlike some NA beers that are uncomplicated and thus easy to chug, this one takes time and that is fine. It takes time because it's more complex and so not conducive to pounding down, which is exactly what I'm looking for! Hey Navin, I'll order a case soon!! :)

SH
11/14/2021
Steve H.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

Thank you

Being a long time taster of craft beer, and then switching to non beer was very difficult to find something enjoyable until now. Thank you

JM
10/09/2021
Jack M.
United States United States

Eye of the Beholder

This was sour with a dry finish of orange. It was interesting for sure. I can't decide if I like it or not. It had a solid, but grainy mouthfeel and was pretty carbonated. On the fence on buying again.

LF
10/03/2021
Liam F.
Canada Canada

A really nice AF beer

Don't be misled by the "sour" in the name; I'd describe it as tart, even mildly so. Still, it's a subtly complex and enjoyable beer. Lively body, gentle fruity aroma, and delicate on the palate. Such a nice drinking experience that the thought that it was alcohol-free didn't even occur to me while I was drinking it.