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  • Heaps Normal beer aims for mindful Aussie drinkers
  • Heaps Normal beer aims for mindful Aussie drinkers
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Heaps Normal beer aims for mindful Aussie drinkers

A low-alcoholic beer start-up in Australia is raising funds as it looks to tap into the steep growth of the low-ABV drinks sector. After strict lockdowns across the country, people have emerged with a greater interest in cutting down on alcohol without forgoing the ritual of drinking with friends.

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