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Well, not that I would have much interest in trying it - but seems to me I have read someplace that it is not practical to do at home. Seems the method is to brew a normal beer and then remove the alcohol.
That explained something to me. i could never understand why "Near beer" was nt that far off the price of real beer - especually considering govt taxes on alcohol.
I suppose the high cost is due to relatively low volume production, plus the extra step of removing the alcohol.
PS - President's choice de-alcoholized beer isn't all that bad and probably less expensive that O'Doul's. I tink you can getr it in a lager and in a red ale.