Clausthaler is a brand of non-alcoholic beer produced in Germany. It was first developed in the 1970s by Dr. Hermann Pauly, a physicist at the Technical University of Clausthal, and was named after the university.
Clausthaler is made using a process called "dealcoholization," which involves removing the alcohol from regular beer through a variety of methods, such as distillation or reverse osmosis. The resulting product is a non-alcoholic beer that tastes similar to regular beer but contains very little or no alcohol.
Clausthaler has an alcohol content of around 0.5% ABV. This product is suitable for people who want to enjoy the taste of beer but prefer a slightly lower alcohol content. Clausthaler also offers a malt beverage that is completely alcohol-free. These products are available in many countries around the world, including Germany, the United States, and Canada.
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