6 Maltese People Who Normally Wouldn't Be Able To Drink Beer
...until now, that is!
Any designated driver or weekend morning worker out there knows this feeling all too well. Wanting to crack open a cold one with the bois (is that meme even still a thing? It should be), but you can't. So you opt for the next best option and sip a cola or a juice instead.
It's a mood and we've all experienced it. Here are six different people who can't drink a beer this Friday evening so that you don't feel alone.
1. The designated driver
You know the scene; it's a Friday night and everyone's getting #krunk - except you, because you're driving everyone home after the party. Drinking and driving is not cool and you stick with it.
2. The only underage person at the party
You may be tempted to break the law and conform by joining everybody else in a round of beer pong; but we very highly strongly muchly do not suggest it.
3. The one with a bun in the oven
Nothing is more stressful than pregnancy. And what's worse is you can't enjoy a good old #drank to help you calm down. But Lord knows you deserve one! How many months left?
4. The lightweight
Two drinks in and they're on the floor, but it's only 9:30pm so they can't stop drinking just yet. If you don't know anyone like this, odds are, it's you.
5. The weekend worker
There's nothing worse than waking up at 6am on a Saturday for your weekend shift and instantly regretting that fifth pint you ordered when you were watching the game last night. If only there was another option..... hint hint nudge nudge
6. Literally anyone at work or uni who needs to chill
Sometimes you just need a beer, you know? We're not condoning using alcohol as a coping mechanism in any way. But sometimes you just crave that cold, refreshing taste of a good old beer.
Well, what if we told you there was a beer on the market that would allow you to drink one in all of these situations?
Bavaria's 0.0% beer is the only 100% alcohol-free beer available on the island, since this is brewed without alcohol from the start! So now you can indeed crack open a cold one and not worry about any of the alcoholic repercussions.
So the next time you're invited to a house party but can't afford to be hungover the next morning; here's your solution! Just grab a case of Bavaria 0.0%, chuck it in the fridge, and enjoy!
Check out Bavaria's Facebook page for more info
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The brewery produces a range of standard and low alcohol pale lagers under a variety of brand names including Bavaria and Hollandia. The best-known global product is Bavaria Premium Pils lager.
Until the 1970s Bavaria only concentrated on the Dutch market but it now sells products in up to 100 countries. The brewery, which adapts its drinks to individual markets, has sales subsidiaries in MALTA, France, Spain, Italy, England, South-Africa and America and agents in other countries. .
Bavaria is now the second largest brewery in Holland. The annual production is above five million hectolitres of beer. The majority of beer is still brewed in Lieshout, but Bavaria products are also brewed locally in Russia by Efes Beverage Group (EBI) and at Bavaria's own brewery in South-Africa.