N/A in Europe...
I don't drink beer. Have not had a real beer in 20 plus years. The old health issue thing raised it's flag once and things are better without it but I do like the taste of beer and I occasionally drink near beer. In the USA there is a couple of brands of non alcohol usually readily available in stores, restaurants and bars. It's pretty watery and a teen age checker in a grocery store will often ask me why I am drinking such.
In the big city you sometimes find more exotic brands but in Europe there was usually at least two brands of non Alcohol beer at every restaurant and bar I went to. Sometimes it was even in a tall boy can and it was always good tasting beer. Once by accident Cathy even bought a six pack of fruity tasting N/A beer at the store.
Nice that the non drinking culture of the world seems to be recognized and given some choice. First photo is in Innsbruck.
This is Czech Budweiser. Not the same as the USA company, which I think might be a one world global government of it's own by now. There has been a dispute ongoing since 1907 over this name betwenn the two brewers with over a 100 court cases filed. Hang in there. Stick it to the man!
Also a Czech beer. They label it. This is for the driver.
I'd also like tothank my cousin Alyssa for having a real good N/A beer at her recent wedding in New Orleans. It was either spring for that or pay for increased security if I was to have to go the other route.