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4 New Nonalcoholic Wines, Beers From Gruvi

Line inspired by consumer feedback via QR codes
New Gruvi nonalcoholic beverages
Images courtesy of Gruvi

DENVER — Nonalcoholic wine and beer maker Gruvi is releasing four new products inspired by customer feedback.

The family-owned Denver-based company based its new product line on feedback taken from consumers via QR codes on cans. Gruvi is calling these beverages its Discovery Series.

The results:

  • Mocha Nitro Stout: Gruvi said this smooth yet full-bodied ale the first of its kind in the North American market. This sessional stout has notes of coffee and chocolate, no alcohol nor caffeine and 60 calories and no added sugar. The addition of nitrogen makes tiny bubbles and helps create an ultra-creamy beer, the company said. A 12-pack is $31.99.
  • Juicy IPA: This is a light-bodied yet complex pale ale that packs a punch from a mouth-watering combination of tropical flavors, including pineapple, citrus and fig, the company said. It’s a limited small batch that Gruvi said is likely to sell out quickly. It has 60 calories and no added sugar. A 12-pack is $31.99.
  • Dry Red Blend: This velvety-smooth wine, with notes of jammy raspberries and black currant, has a balance of tannins and a hint of oak and coffee for a depth of flavor rarely found in alcohol-free wines, Gruvi said. A 4-pack, equivalent to one and a half bottles of wine, is $22.49. There also are 12-packs for $64.80 and 24-packs for $121.50.
  • Sangria: Gruvi calls this a Spanish sunset in a can, and this red wine has bright notes of blood orange, red currant and blueberry that are balanced with a warm touch of cinnamon and clove. A 4-pack is $24.99. There also are 12-packs for $72 and 24-packs for $135.

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