Clausthaler Classic

Binding Brauerei (Beer)

$1.70 (Approximate price)

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The Clausthaler Classic is a/an ale brewed by Binding Brauerei native of Germany brewed with cool fermenting and shows an alcoholic content of 0.5%. The Drinks&Co community values the Clausthaler Classic with 4,5 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Clausthaler Classic

Producer: Binding Brauerei
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 0.5%
Fermentation: Cool Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: Germany

Description · Binding Brauerei

Clausthaler Classic


  • Appearance: Classic Clausthaler has a straw-blond color, little foam consistent
  • Aroma: It has a malty bouquet with a bitter aftertaste
  • Body / Taste: Natural flavor, slightly bitter does not last too long


FERMENTATION TYPE: Low fermentation

ABV: 0.5% Vol

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Highlighted review about Clausthaler Classic

Posted on at 21.05


Clausthaler Classic alkoholfrei ist spritzig und erfrischend

It is full-bodied, spicy but not too tart. For me it is an adequate substitute for alcoholic beer. It makes a really nice head of foam. An additional plus is the low calorie content. I have friends poured the beer and they were more than surprised when I found out, that it is non-alcoholic beer....
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Posted on at 15.00


Clausthaler Classic ist fein würzig, herb und sehr erfrischend!

Clausthal Classic has convinced me really, because it has a great taste and is a good alternative to real beer. Very well suited for drivers!
Will definitely recommend it!
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Posted on at 18.14


Straw-blond beer without alcohol has a natural flavor, bouquet and aroma of sweet malt and a slightly bitter aftertaste that does not last for long. The foam is not very consistent.
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