L.A Brewery launches an alcohol-free Champagne alternative

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

20 August 2020

L.A Sparkling English Rose is made with Assam and White Monkey teas and organic white rose petals from Devon

The kombucha is said to have a ‘crisp complexity balancing a fresh zesty acidity and floral notes with a dry finish,’ and to be ‘reminiscent of wildflower champagne.'

Founder of the Suffolk-based L.A Brewery, Louise Avery, said: ‘My goal was to develop a complex yet refreshing liquid that can be enjoyed when marking the end of the working day and celebrating the beginning of downtime.

‘It is best enjoyed chilled as an aperitif or celebratory drink, delivering all the experience without the alcohol.’

RRP £10/750ml, L.A Brewery, labrewery.co.uk

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