Australian Beer Company (ABCo) has released Son of a Nun in response to the rising demand for ‘better for you’ drinks.
The new range consists of two contemporary beers crafted for lager lovers, a zero-alcohol beer and a low-carb beer.
ABCo’s brewer, Greg Short, hopes that the new range will provide options for a wide range of drinkers.
“We know that consumers are more conscious of what they drink, and we believe that our new range of beers will provide them with a refreshing and contemporary option that they can feel good about enjoying,” Short said.
The beers are brewed in ABCo’s family-owned brewery in country NSW. The range has broad appeal, as ABCo’s Marketing Manager, Sian Ryan, explained.
“Whether you are looking for a refreshing non-alcoholic option or a low-carb, low-sugar beer, our ‘Son of A Nun’ range has something for everyone,” Ryan said.
The launch of the ‘Better for You’ range of beers is the first step into the non-alcoholic space for ABCo, part of Casella Family Brands.
“We are proud to be an Australian, independent brewer bring more considered beverage options to the market for our fellow Aussies,” said Ryan.
“We are excited for this launch and are especially proud of our low carb brew and how it stacks up verses its competitors at less than 0.3g of carbs per serve.”
Son of a Nun is available at selected independent retailers nationally. The Low Carb six-pack retails for $22, and Zero Alcohol four-pack for $11.