At first glance, non-alcoholic beer should not contain alcohol. But, in fact, it is not so. In him there is alcoholwhich makes you wonder if drivers should use it.
This drink first appeared in America in 1919. With its help, traders circumvented the legal requirements for the alcohol content of drinks. Then it began to be produced in Europe. The popularity of non-alcoholic beer is constantly growing these days.
The composition of the drink is as follows – water and ethanol, maltose and yeast, hops and barley or wheat malt. Some manufacturers add fructose, flavorings and colorings. The technology for producing such beer is identical to the technology for creating conventional beers.
The only difference is when the fermentation stops. Thus, it is not possible to reduce the alcohol content to zero. Industry standard requirements standardize the alcohol content of no more than 0.5% by volume. In this way, drinking a can of beer will ensure the presence of alcohol in the blood at the level of 0.04 ppm.
The dose seems quite safe, since a driver with an alcohol content of 0.35 ppm is considered drunk. However, everything it depends how much you drink and whether there have been libations in the last 12 hours. Doctors recommend getting behind the wheel just 15 minutes after drinking a can of non-alcoholic beer. If several liters have been drunk, you need to wait at least 2-3 hours.
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