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bodyIs 100% Non-Alcoholic Beer Halal if there is such a thing if it is possible to remove 100% of the Alcohol from the Beer all of it would it be Halal or not thank you ? Non-alcoholic beer in Islamic countries Islam prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages,[21] Although the Hanafi school of Islam,... show more bodyIs 100% Non-Alcoholic Beer Halal if there is such a thing if it is possible to remove 100% of the Alcohol from the Beer all of it would it be Halal or not thank you ?

Non-alcoholic beer in Islamic countries

Islam prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages,[21] Although the Hanafi school of Islam, which accounts for around 40% of Muslims, does not prohibit ethanol, but intoxication, based on a different interpretation of the operative word, khamr, although the other three schools prohibit both ethanol and intoxication. One of the two great scholars of the Hanafi school, Abu Yusuf, drank a mildly alcoholic malt beverage, which was at the time used to provide energy.[22] However, there is disagreement among scholars of Islam about the consumption of non-alcoholic beer.[23]
Possibly because of this disagreement, alcohol-free (0% ABV) beers, (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are often available in stores and restaurants that cater to an Islamic customer base. They are also popular in countries that enforce alcohol prohibition, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iran. They are often available with added flavors (apple, strawberry, and peach).
In addition, foreign-made alcohol-free beers (0% ABV) (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are also common alongside the previously mentioned brands.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-alcohol_beer



Non-alcoholic beer in Islamic countries



Islam prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages,[21] Although the Hanafi school of Islam, which accounts for around 40% of Muslims, does not prohibit ethanol, but intoxication, based on a different interpretation of the operative word, khamr, although the other three schools prohibit both ethanol and intoxication. One of the two great scholars of the Hanafi school, Abu Yusuf, drank a mildly alcoholic malt beverage, which was at the time used to provide energy.[22] However, there is disagreement among scholars of Islam about the consumption of non-alcoholic beer.[23]

Possibly because of this disagreement, alcohol-free (0% ABV) beers, (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are often available in stores and restaurants that cater to an Islamic customer base. They are also popular in countries that enforce alcohol prohibition, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iran. They are often available with added flavors (apple, strawberry, and peach).

In addition, foreign-made alcohol-free beers (0% ABV) (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are also common alongside the previously mentioned brands.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-alcohol_beer
Is 100% Non-Alcoholic Beer Halal if there is such a thing if it is possible to remove 100% of the Alcohol from the Beer all of it would it be Halal or not thank you ?



Non-alcoholic beer in Islamic countries



Islam prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages,[21] Although the Hanafi school of Islam, which accounts for around 40% of Muslims, does not prohibit ethanol, but intoxication, based on a different interpretation of the operative word, khamr, although the other three schools prohibit both ethanol and intoxication. One of the two great scholars of the Hanafi school, Abu Yusuf, drank a mildly alcoholic malt beverage, which was at the time used to provide energy.[22] However, there is disagreement among scholars of Islam about the consumption of non-alcoholic beer.[23]

Possibly because of this disagreement, alcohol-free (0% ABV) beers, (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are often available in stores and restaurants that cater to an Islamic customer base. They are also popular in countries that enforce alcohol prohibition, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iran. They are often available with added flavors (apple, strawberry, and peach).

In addition, foreign-made alcohol-free beers (0% ABV) (e.g. Holsten, Barbican and Moussy) are also common alongside the previously mentioned brands.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-alcohol_beer
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