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29-07-2016, 14:30   #16
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All the foreign and halal shops sell it id say.See it in a shop here owned by Muslims have alot of malt drinks in the fridge
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29-07-2016, 14:38   #17
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Non-alcoholic beer yeah?

No, beer is haram even when non-alcoholic

“If a large quantity of a given drink intoxicates, then a small quantity of that drink is forbidden.
Doesn't that mean that if a large quantity of (say) Guinness intoxicates, then a small quantity of that drink (Guinness) is forbidden.
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Not true. I have met Muslims and read Fatwas that say it is only haram if it has alcohol. I know there is beer which is branded halal in Iran.
What else do you expect from those heretical sons of dogs, the Persian shi-ites.
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29-07-2016, 15:30   #19
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beer is haram so no you cant buy it halal
http://www.economist.com/news/busine...s-sin-free-ale
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did you read the article you posted?

and the word halal is in inverted commas when used to describe it.

Taybeh, launched an alcohol-free “Halal”version of its ale.
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did you read the article you posted?
It makes a distinction between low-alcohol beers, which are haram, and alcohol-free beers, which are not. However much of an alcohol-free beer you drink, it won't make you drunk. (It will make you sick, though. So don't try this at home.) And there's a large and growing market in the Middle East for alcohol-free beers.
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Does anyone know where I can buy Halal beer in Ireland? Thanks in advance.

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You can by the Barbican non-alcoholic malt beverage in many Asian supermarkets. Its called a malt beverage as technically its not a beer. Its also made in Saudi Arabia (I think) so definitely Halal!
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