Athletes quaff no-alcohol beer

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Athletes quaff no-alcohol beer

Brewmeister goes for a different kind of sport drink
Andrea Henkel of Germany enjoys a large glass of Erdinger no-alcohol beer after winning the women’s sprint race at the biathlon World Cup, in Fort Kent, Maine. A Bavarian brewmeister is touting its creation as the latest sport drink for athletes, handing it out at the finish line and presenting the amber liquid to winners. It is being touted as an isotonic, vitamin-rich beverage with natural regenerative powers.

Athletes quaff no-alcohol beer

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Andrea Henkel of Germany enjoys a large glass of Erdinger no-alcohol beer after winning the women’s sprint race at the biathlon World Cup, in Fort Kent, Maine. A Bavarian brewmeister is touting its creation as the latest sport drink for athletes, handing it out at the finish line and presenting the amber liquid to winners. It is being touted as an isotonic, vitamin-rich beverage with natural regenerative powers.
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