St. Louis is no stranger to beer or craft brews, but there’s one segment of the beer market in the U.S. that hasn’t been tapped into yet — non-alcoholic craft beer. City resident Jeff Stevens has founded WellBeing Brewing Company to fill this gap and will be working with O’Fallon Brewery to make it happen.
Stevens says, “I have been in the beer marketing industry for a really long time — for most of my career, as a creative director — and I don’t drink. I’ve always been a non-alcoholic beer connoisseur, but there’s really not much in the NA category. So I thought, ‘I’m going to do this.’”After doing a lot of research and talking with other brewers, Stevens has decided to use a specialized piece of de-alcoholizing equipment from Germany to make the “Hellraiser” brown ale and the “Heavenly Body” golden wheat, Wellbeing’s first offerings.
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