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Adnams “Ghost Ship 0.5%” review – low-alcohol (0.5%) pale ale
By Tom Hallett on October 20, 2018
“Ghost Ship 0.5%” is an aromatic and fruity pale ale with caramel and tropical fruits in the aroma and flavour. Find out how it’s made, plus get tasting notes, ingredients and key nutritional info including calories, carbs and sugar.
If you love your alcohol-free drinks, you might be wondering why so few traditional breweries are producing low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beers when the popularity of alcohol-free drinks seems to be growing by the day.
It’s true that more of us are swapping normal-strength beer for alcohol-free brews. Yet these still only account for about 1 in 100 of all pints drunk in the UK. So it’s a still a small market for a product that often demands specific expertise and resources to get right.
Hence why it’s the specialist low and no alcohol start ups like Nirvana , Infinite Session and Big Drop that are leading the way. Meanwhile, traditional breweries that have entered the alcohol-free market are producing mixed results when it comes to brewing non-alcoholic beer.
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Adnams , a mid-sized regional brewery based in Suffolk, recently launched an alcohol-free beer to go alongside its full-strength range. Unlike the traditional breweries like St Peter’s , Brewdog , Leeds Brewery and Thornbridge that have dabbled with non-alcoholic beers, it chose to make an alcohol-free version of a current beer rather than concoct a brand new one.
The result is “Ghost Ship 0.5%”, a low alcohol version of its popular pale ale of the same name. And it really is the same beer – unlike breweries that halt fermentation early or use a yeast that doesn’t produce much alcohol to make their alcohol-free beers, Adnams takes the full-strength beer and filters out the alcohol.
Of course, there’s a bit more to it than that with lots of tech and science involved in removing the alcohol without negatively affecting the flavour. The beer is also dry hopped, which normally means more hops are added after fermentation, presumably after the alcohol is removed in Ghost Ship’s case. Otherwise, it’s the same as its alcoholic sibling, made with locally grown malt and Cascade, Chinook and Citra hops.
Like the 4.5% version, it’s pretty easy to get hold of, either on tap in one of the brewery’s 70 pubs or in can and bottle in many major supermarkets. It’s already won a bronze medal in the World Beer Awards’ low and no alcohol category .
Ghost Ship 0.5% pours a tawny-amber colour and looks like a classic bitter in the glass. It’s lightly carbonated for a bottled beer, so only has a slim head. But it leaves a satisfying trail of lacing down the glass as you sip.
The tropical fruit aromas – possibly mango – from those hops hit you full on instantly. There’s also a little citrus in there and a little caramel, which borders on being savoury. It goes surprisingly well with the tropical aromas.
Although lightly carbonated, it’s much fizzier than a cask ale as you’d expect. But it doesn’t feel gassy. The body’s good and could easily rival a full-strength beer for mouthfeel.
There’s some rye in the malt bill in this beer, which could explain the pleasant dry finish that leaves you wanting to drink a little more.
On tasting, there’s a touch of fruitiness in the flavour, which combines well with the tropical fruits in the aroma. However, this is overpowered by the high bitterness that seems to get more intense the more you drink.
A little more caramel flavour from the malts and a little more sweetness would have been more welcome. But there’s still enough variety in the flavour to keep things interesting.
Ghost Ship 0.5% is a solid non-alcoholic beer, with a lovely aroma and body and a decent flavour. It might even appeal to drinkers seeking a non-alcoholic alternative to an English bitter, despite the US-influence on the hop front.
You could even argue that it’s just as good as, if not better than, the original bottled Ghost Ship – I struggled to tell the difference when I did a comparison.
The main difference is the smell, with the alcohol-free version showcasing more intense aromas, possibly due to more hops being added after alcohol removal. Those hops also bring more bitterness to the alcohol-free beer, making up for the subtle bitter taste that alcohol brings to the original Ghost Ship.
Key info – Ghost Ship 0.5%
- Name: Ghost Ship 0.5%
- Brewery: Adnams
- Style: pale ale
- Alcohol content: 0.5%
- Calories: 115 (per 500ml)
- Carbohydrates: 21.8g (per 500ml)
- Sugar: 0.7g (per 500ml)
- Ingredients: water, barley malt, rye malt, hops, yeast
- Country: UK
- Dispense: bottle (500ml)
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Adnams Ghost Ship Alcohol Free Pale Ale
Introducing Ghost Ship Alcohol-Free, the apparition of pale ales! Boasting the same sturdy flavors and enticing scents as its 4.5% ABV equivalent, this spectral brew delivers 100% of the taste with a mere 0.5% ABV – a captivating experience!
Any ale enthusiast will be enchanted by this extraordinary beverage, which must be sampled to be truly appreciated.
The innovative brewing process employs reverse osmosis, the most efficient method for crafting low-alcohol beers. By brewing and fermenting as usual, they can extract the alcohol at cold temperatures while preserving the other essential flavors born during fermentation. This state-of-the-art sorcery enables Ghost Ship to set sail free from alcohol yet remains rich with its authentic flavors and scents.
Low in sugar
In accordance with government guidelines, low sugar signifies that the drink contains less than 2.5g of sugar per 100ml. Drinks with higher sugar content can lead to an insulin spike, resulting in our bodies storing more carbs as fat. Although lower in sugar, you might notice some carbs present – these typically include more complex forms like starches and fiber, which our bodies utilize for energy.
This drink contains no animal products or by-products whatsoever.
- Aroma: Inviting scents of citrus and subtle hops entice the senses.
- Flavor: A harmonious blend of malt and hop flavors with a hint of citrus zest and a delicate, smooth finish.
- Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied and satisfyingly smooth, leaving a lingering, pleasant aftertaste.
Embark on a supernatural journey with Ghost Ship Alcohol-Free – the ultimate choice for pale ale aficionados seeking full flavor with minimal alcohol content.
Adnams Ghost Ship Alcohol Free Pale Ale Nutritional Information Per 100ml
To fully enjoy Adnams Ghost Ship Non-Alcoholic Pale Ale, serve it chilled at a temperature between 4°C and 7°C. This versatile beer pairs well with a range of dishes, from classic pub grub to lighter fare. Consider pairing it with a hearty beef pie, a plate of fish and chips, or even a charcuterie board. For a vegetarian option, try it alongside a Mediterranean salad or a spicy vegetable curry.
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Step forward and embark on the enchanting universe of Adnams, a respected UK-based brewing and distilling company that has been satisfying the nation’s thirst with delightful beverages since 1872. Situated in the picturesque coastal town of Southwold, Suffolk, Adnams originated as a modest brewery and has since evolved into a rich source of spirits, wines, and other captivating drinks.
Adnams is not just any ordinary provider of exceptional drinks, however. They have emerged as the leader in sustainability and ethical practices within the beverage industry. With a strong commitment to utilizing locally procured ingredients, this environmentally conscious company has established a precedent with eco-friendly initiatives that would earn the approval of Mother Nature herself. Admire the solar panels and wind turbine adorning their brewery, and be astounded by their refuse-free policy for beer production.
But don’t fret, as Adnams’ dedication to sustainability does not come at the expense of quality. Their flavorful concoctions have garnered them a legion of dedicated enthusiasts, eagerly savoring their popular Ghost Ship pale ale, relishing the delights of Copper House Gin, or raising a toast with East Coast Vodka. And let’s not overlook their thoughtfully curated selection of wines, carefully chosen from small, family-operated vineyards – a testament to Adnams’ unwavering commitment to quality and genuineness.
Adnams stands tall as a shining exemplar of excellence in the UK beer and spirits panorama. With their unwavering devotion to sustainability and exceptional products that captivate the senses, Adnams is more than just a brand – it’s an expedition in flavor, waiting to be explored. So, join in, and let Adnams transport you on a magical journey of extraordinary libations and unforgettable experiences. Cheers!
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Brewed with Pale Ale malt, Crystal malt, Munich and some Wheat malt with Columbus, Chinook and Citra hops. Citra is a relatively new hop which contributes zesty lime flavours.
Ghost Ship is part of Adnams’ Seasonal Range available from May to October 2011 and this pale ale is inspired by a 600-year-old pub which Adnams own called The Bell which is reputed to be haunted. The Bell lies in what is said to be one of England’s most haunted villages, Walberswick. This is where George Orwell spotted the spectre of a small stooping man, prompting his lifelong interest in ghosts. Walberswick’s shore is littered with ship wrecks and just to the north west lies the ghost town of Dunwich. Once one of England’s largest ports, coastal erosion has sadly reduced Dunwich to a mere village with the former town now under the waves.
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Sampled on 13/12/2014
(sample best before 08/Apr/15) Clear, golden amber with a thick, moderately retentive, off-white head with light lacing.
Zesty orange and grapefruit with aromatic pine hops and slight eggy aromas.
Grapefruit and lime zest bitterness leads an enlivening palate with powerful pine hops and good malty flavours.
Dry zesty lime citrus finish. Zesty citrus finish with piney bitterness and lingering orange zest. Overall: Good malty character with mouth puckering dry piney hops.
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Adnams Ghost Ship: Everything You Wanted to Know
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Adnams Ghost Ship is one of the most recognisable pale ales in the UK and is incredibly popular. But how many calories are there in a pint of Adnams Ghost Ship? How strong is it? Is Ghost Ship gluten-free? Or vegan? What beer is similar to Ghost Ship? Let’s find out.
There are 204 calories in a pint of Adnams Ghost Ship (568ml). It is 4.5% abv. The keg version of Adnams Ghost Ship is vegan, but the bottled version is not. Ghost Ship is not gluten-free as it is brewed with malted barley.
In this article, I will attempt to answer each of the above questions more thoroughly. I will also look at beers that are similar to Ghost Ship in case you fancy something slightly different.
How Many Calories Are There in a Pint of Adnams Ghost Ship?
There are 36 calories per 100ml in Ghost Ship, using this information I am able to give you the calorie content of a pint, a can, and a bottle. I can even give you the calorie content for one of their mini-kegs!
- There are 204 calories in a pint of Adnams Ghost Ship (568ml)
- There are 180 calories in a 500ml bottle of Adnams Ghost Ship
- There are 158 calories in a 440ml can of Adnams Ghost Ship
If you have managed to drink an entire 5l keg of Ghost Ship then you will have consumed 1,800 calories. You may also want to have a word with yourself!
How Much Alcohol is There in Adnams Ghost Ship?
Adnams Ghost Ship contains 4.5% alcohol which is pretty average for an English pale ale. There is now a non-alcoholic version of Ghost Ship that is only 0.5% abv, worth checking out if you’re steering clear of alcohol.
Is Adnams Ghost Ship Gluten-Free?
Sadly not, Ghost Ship is brewed using malted barley and rye. Both of which contain gluten. The 0.5% abv version of Ghost Ship also contains barley and rye, so is also not gluten-free.
Is Adnams Ghost Ship Vegan?
If you are drinking Adnams Ghost Ship from a keg, then your beer is vegan as they do not use isinglass. However, the bottled and canned versions of Ghost Ship do use isinglass so cannot be considered vegan-friendly. If you would like to learn more about veganism and beer, check out my article on the subject . The 0.5% Ghost Ship does appear to be vegan-friendly .
What Beer is Similar to Adnams Ghost Ship?
There are many beers that are similar to Adnams Ghost Ship, which is an English Pale Ale. The most obvious choices would be Marstons EPA, Fuller’s London Pride , or Timothy Taylor’s Landlord.
There are of course the creamier versions of pale ale such as John Smith’s , Tetley’s , Boddington’s , and Worthington’s . But they are quite a bit blander than Ghost Ship, and a lot smoother. Or you could go in the opposite direction, and look for beers that are strong in flavour, Hobgoblin is a good example, as is Blacks Sheep Ale. Old Speckled Hen is another great choice.
You’ve also got English IPAs, that tend to be stronger in taste and alcohol than pale ales. Fuller’s IPA, Toasted Oak IPA from Innis & Gunn, or Greene King IPA are great choices if you like Ghost Ship.
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Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.
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Adnams Ghost Ship beer review
Blurb on the bottle: Inspired by the eerie wrecks of old smuggling ships along the Suffolk coast, this ghostly pale ale has good assertive pithy bitterness with a malty backbone and a lemon and lime aroma.
Adnams Brewery : According to the all-knowing Wikipedia, Adnams is a British regional brewery company founded in 1872 in Southwold, England. It brews cask ale and pasteurised bottled beers, with an annual production of around 85,000 barrels.
So it’s not craft beer per se , but during my research I did read an article on The Guardian website that described Ghost Ship as “Adnams’ main nod to the craft ale movement”. In fact, Adnams’ chairman was reported as saying: “Ghost Ship is an example of a beer that fits nicely between the more traditional draft beer and people looking for something more exciting.”
Okay, that sounds good to me, let’s give this beer a try.
Tastes like : Adnams Ghost Ship is neither ghostly nor ghastly.
Indeed, I enjoyed it so much that when a tiny little insect flew into my glass of beer and began to drown in the bubbly amber nectar, I thought to myself “that’s not a bad way to go – drowning in a pool of beer”.
Naturally, I picked the annoying little insect out of my drink and flicked it away. That’s one of the few downsides of drinking beer outside this time of year.
But I digress. Adnams Ghost Ship was a great deal fruitier than I was guessing (with a name like ‘Ghost Ship’, I was half expecting it to smell like the sea), with a zesty aroma of peach and mango. It had a slightly fruity taste, too – a hint of grapefruit, I would say, and a sweet caramel, biscuity finish.
As you can see from the picture above, Ghost Ship pours a rich amber colour with a thin white line of foam, which stuck to the glass while I drank this beer down in record time.
Is it the best beer ever? Well, Adnams Ghost Ship is certainly the best beer named after a paranormal vessel that I’ve ever drunk before. The Adnams Brewery can put that quote on the label if it likes.
All joking aside, though, this was a nicely drinkable beer that goes down very well indeed. Well-rounded and reasonably light and tasty, this beer is a crowd-pleaser that certainly pleased this beer reviewer.
Thanks to my sister for gifting me this beer for Christmas!
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Adnams Ghost Ship 0.5%
There are always a few bottles of this in our fridge
A very successful low alcohol version of Adnams’ award-winning Ghost Ship, a “citrus pale ale” that really lives up to the description. Opening the bottle, the sweet caramel of the malt is topped by a subtle fresh zest of dry hop citrus on the nose and the pour is relaxed and frothy, giving a head that fades while also clinging to the side of the glass. The real surprise comes in the mouth, where a fizzing whack of tart lemon and lime overwhelms the sweetness of the malt, giving a refreshing astringency in the checks and throat that is both deeply beery and very refreshing. As one of the pale ales that first opened our eyes to the extraordinary quality of the new generation of low alcohol beers – and one that’s much in demand in our local pub – we have an enduring loyalty to Ghost Ship 0.5%. There are always a few bottles of this in thelightdrinker.com fridge.
- Colour: lemon gold
- Nose: caramel zest
- Head : weak but clingy
- Taste: sharp lemon and lime citrus over sweet caramel
- Mouthfeel: zesty, well balanced
- Finish: medium, refreshing
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A brew with great expectations.
It is always our aim to make great-tasting products, but when creating Ghost Ship 0.5% , the brewing team didn’t simply have to make something delicious, it also had to taste like a well-loved and well-known beer. This is a story about a long journey and a group of plucky individuals determined to meet those great expectations.
Ghost Ship 0.5% is brewed just like our other beers, so you can count on 150 years of brewing heritage. It was crafted to taste like our best-selling brew, so you can also count on its flavour. Ghost Ship 0.5%’s tale is also the tale of Adnams’ adventures with low and no beer. We were sailing to places we’d never ventured before.
To make a low-alcohol beer, there are various roads you can travel. Most of them start out the same way, with water, malt and hops, and then they take different routes towards the end of the process. With choices like dilution, or distillation, and interrupting or restricting fermentation, there are many different paths you can follow. When we began our low-and-no journey, we didn’t feel like restricting fermentation was the right choice for us, as Head Brewer, Dan explains.
“Fermentation is beautiful. It is not just about the alcohol, there’s lots of secondary flavours that come out from the yeast, and it also contributes to things like body and mouthfeel. It affects how that beer is perceived in the taste. So, by having that full fermentation, you can still create all those lovely fermentation characteristics from the yeast. We wanted to harness that and then gently remove the alcohol later.”
Hearing of an equipment exhibition in Germany, our Chairman, Jonathan Adnams, and Production Director, Fergus Fitzgerald started the quest. There they met with GEA - recognised the world over for their process engineering know-how, and they were showing a reverse-osmosis de-alcoholising unit.
“We were excited by what we saw and so we started talking,” said Dan. “They sent us some sample brews from a brewery that was using it - called Andechs, just outside Munich in Bavaria. We were blown away by what this kit could achieve.”
Dan picked up the baton - and a number of kegs and set off to Germany to visit GEA’s Research & Development plant. There he put Ghost Ship through its paces. “After tasting the results, it was simply a no brainer. We could brew in the normal way; adding the lovely fruity flavours you get from a full fermentation, before removing the alcohol. So Adnams invested in a de-alcoholiser specifically to make this beer.”
Investigating all the options and working out how to integrate our final choice into the brewery took around a year, and then came installation. But the quest to meet everyone’s expectations didn’t end there. Removing alcohol from a beer alters the balance between the hops and the malt, so it still took months of tinkering to get it tasting exactly how we wanted. Once we were up and running, it took about three months of trials to get things right
Since our first installation, Ghost Ship 0.5% has down gone so well that we’ve had to double the capacity of our de-alcoholiser. With innovation, all our expertise, the finest East Anglian malt and bold American hops, we’ve created a low-alcohol beer that tastes frighteningly good. It’s now our second most popular brew, and at 0.5% abv, can be enjoyed whenever and wherever the moment takes you. So just like us, now you can get out there, and sail to the places you’ve never ventured before.
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Customer reviews (42), big disappointment.
"Ghost Ship" used to be a favourite, but no more. This was a very different drink,before. The 'Citra' hops are sort of citrus flavour, more like the pith of a grapefruit rind than a lemon, though. Quite nasty. Some people seem to like it, but among friends and family nobody wanted a free bottle after tasting it! Never again.
A serviceable beer
Easy to drink with a fruity, refreshing and hoppy taste. Hubs enjoys especially when on offer.
Very refreshing and easy drinking
I initially didnt like this, thinking it was too citrusy. However, it really does grow on you and is not overpowering. Probably one of those time and place beers. Great outside in the garden in summer.
Not bad, nore good. Taste is average, but it's refreshing.
Adnams at their best
One of the finest of Adnams beers, a hoppy, but too zingy, modern pale ale.
Zesty and zingy
I got this for my husband. He liked it and described it as "refreshing, zingy and smooth".
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Introducing Ghost Ship, a hauntingly delicious pale ale inspired by the paranormal history of the Bell at Walberswick, one of Adnams' most haunted pubs in the UK's eerie village. Originally crafted as a seasonal Halloween beer, Ghost Ship has now found its place as a year-round core beer, and you can experience it in the comfort of your home with PerfectDraft.
Tasting Notes: With a moderate 4.5% ABV, Ghost Ship Pale Ale offers a delightful blend of flavors. The malts contribute notes of biscuit, caramel, and toffee, creating a perfect harmony with the Citra and American hops. Anticipate a burst of citrusy goodness with hints of lemon, lime, and elderflower, culminating in a finish that beautifully balances the malt's caramel and biscuit undertones.
- Style: Pale Ale
- Country: Britain
- Brewery: Adnams
- ABV (Alcohol By Volume): 4.5%
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- 41.7 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
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- 4.8 % ABV Alcohol
- 164 per 12oz Calories
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