Due to a medication, I am limited to minuscule amounts of alcohol. I have tried: alcohol free lager, Gin and wine and after a bit of getting used to them, they are OK'ish. St Peter's Without seemed worthy of investigation, so I did. First impressions: It smells very malty and looks like beer, with a bit of a head when poured. It tastes very hoppy too, but slightly lacks something compared to real beer. Having said that, it really is about a close to a real beer as could reasonably be expected, given that there is no alcohol in it. I imagine that after a bit of getting used to it, this could become a regular tipple for me.