Beer brands probably developed non-alcoholic versions of their beers so they could advertise in places where promoting alcohol is not acceptable anymore. amirite?

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They came from prohibition in the US in the 1920s, beer companies couldn't sell beer anymore, so they made it non alcoholic to survive. That's why when prohibition ended, they were able to make alcoholic beer so quickly

Or to trigger recovering alcoholics to drink again.

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