Black Isle Halo organic Lager


One of the only organic AF Lagers on the market made by one of the most northerly breweries in the UK. A Crisp dry Lager delivering the flavour of biscuit and herbal with an aroma of minerals and hops.

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Category: Alcohol Free Beers, Alcohol Free Lagers
Tags: Black Isle, IPA, Scotland
Black Isle Halo organic Lager – 330ml Can

Same bold Black Isle Taste without the hangover! Our Halo Organic Lager hits the spot anytime. Got work? Got sports? Got to drive and get the kids? Got to wake up feeling ready for the world? Grab a halo, a refreshingly good low-alcohol beer. Ironically, contains no lightheadedness. Enjoy the best organic low alc craft lager; Black Isle Halo. 100% organic, 100% angelic.

At Black Isle, compassion for our environment drives everything we do. We craft our beers using the finest organic ingredients and embrace sustainable brewing methods, like feeding our farm’s livestock with spent grain to minimise waste. Our commitment is to deliver the best craft beer and organic beers that not only taste amazing but also positively impact our planet.

About Black Isle Brewery.

Since its inception in 1998, Black Isle Brewery has consistently produced world class beers.

However, the driving force behind what we do has always amounted to something much bigger. We wanted to demonstrate that this can be done using naturally grown barley and hops, supporting organic farmers and growers who also care for the environment.

In the beginning, this wasn’t easy. A scarcity of organic hop growers placed limitations on beer styles and increased production costs. In the retail and hospitality sectors, awareness of organics and what it meant was also limited.

Today, whilst the cost of organic ingredients is still high (sometimes up to three times as much as non-organic), there is far greater awareness of the importance of looking after our environment and the crucial role that organic methods play within that process.

The brewery moved just up the road to a more modern facility in 2011 and at the same time there was an opportunity to purchase 130 acres of surrounding farmland. On the brewery farm, we have worked to increase biodiversity, planting over 7000 native broadleaf trees, reinstating hedgerows, digging new ponds and creating wetlands.

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