Lucky Saint low-abv beer launches on draught nationwide

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

30 September 2020

The company says that the launch follows 'increased demand and a successful launch on draught across London'

Lucky Saint first launched its draught option in over 50 venues across London in January, including Hippo Inns and Electric Star Pubs. It then moved to southern England before its nationwide roll out now.

The brand claims that during lockdown Lucky Saint became the 'second-biggest selling alcohol-free lager on Amazon'.

'Since our successful launch on draught in January, Lucky Saint and the no-and-low category have grown phenomenally,' said Luke Boase, founder of Lucky Saint.

'Since pubs reopened after lockdown we wanted to make sure we were meeting the consumer demand both on- and off-trade, so rolling out draught listings nationwide was the next step for us, especially with Sober October just around the corner.'

£75/30L keg, Lucky Saint,

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