Ratebart eller ei..............har prøvd å samle info

Vi har hatt mange hete diskusjoner her om hva som er ratebart eller ei.
Undertegnede har vel fått stygge kommentarer om onde fingre som skal holde seg unna he he

Har ikke vært så veldig lett i virvaret å finne ut hva som er tillat eller ei.
Ofte lettest å provosere litt. Som å rate noe en vet er fysjom.
Såååååå får en svar.
Vel vel har lett litt her og der og har vel igrunn funnet en passe grei fasit.

Sånn enkelt og greit forklart, så er alt som er ALKOHOLFRITT (dvs 0%) ikke ratebart, uansett om det er øl, sider, perry, sake eller mjød.
MEN grensen er på 0.05% - så ehhh, det vil si at det aller meste er ratebart.
0.5% er det vanlig å skrive
For det er noen som har blitt gjæret og avalkoholisert.
De som ikke er gjæret er seff 0%, og ikke ratebare

Så har en all mulig frukt mix da. Samt div sider, som igrunn ikke er sider
Det må være 50% råvare. Så all øl med frukt er ratebart. Ja ja så lenge det er 50% malt altså. Samme med mead og cider.

Ergo har jeg ikke noe dårlig samvittighet pga alle disse ciderene som ikke er cider. Samme hvilken prosent de har, så er de ikke ratebare

Men jeg tror vår alles kjære storebror har vært litt hard med en del lav alkohol øl. Særlig de med frukt. Og satt de som unrateable
De er faktisk ratebare

Ble dette greit forklart?

mvh
Junior


Admin Notes on Policy

Non-Alcohol Ciders/Sake and Mead are not allowed

Radler/Shandy/Beer-mix:
In general shandies should consist of at least 50% beer to qualify for an entry. Brews which retain a strong beer character despite having a lower mix-ratio can be allowed as exceptions. Flavored alcohol-free brews are not allowed in the database. The reason being than they are two steps removed from being a beer (both alcohol free and a shandy) and that is where we have to draw the line.

Low / No Alcohol Beer

The Low Alcohol Beer, also seen as Non Alcohol (NA) or Dealcoholized, is beer in which the base criteria is that the beer should be between 0.05 -3.5% ABV (which rules out Malta / Malzbier). This includes Low Alcohol IPAs, the classic Alkoholfrei Bier as well as the German Leichtbier, a pale, highly-attenuated, light-bodied German lager with lower alcohol and calories than normal strength beers.

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This is interesting - wasn’t aware the 0.05 thing was added. Perhaps retroactively by someone editing things without people’s input (has happened) - because it was NOT acted on anywhere I know - the difference was when it was discussed if it’s fermented at all or not and NOT the finished alcohol percentage. There are ways to remove alcohol from fermented stuff.

Also, exceptions were made for countries where alcohol is not allowed.

This is certainly not what was decided, and there has been no admin discussions to change said policy. Again someone has arbitrarily made up new policies without consulting others.

Well both of you understand norwegian :slight_smile:
But english is the new…

I do not know the old rules. But this is the situation at the moment
No discussion seems to be the new…

Very diffucult to get proper answers

Well, what Per and me are saying. This is not the situation “at the moment” either from what we can see. This seems like someone randomly editing the document with “rules” drawn from nowhere.

Let’s discuss it in the “backstage” perhaps, it needs to be added.

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Yeah, the 0.05% came as a surprise when I accidently stumbled across it after marking some alcohol free fruit beers as Unrateable. I’ve not been very active in the forums lately, so reckoned I’d missed a discussion that concluded like this. The policy wasn’t updated though, but that’s quite normal.

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Rules are again changed

The Low Alcohol Beer, also seen as Non Alcohol (NA) or Dealcoholized, is beer in which the base criteria is that the beer should be between 0,0%-3% ABV and fermentation needs to have taken place (ruling out Malta and Malzbier beverages)*. This includes sub-styles like the German Leichtbier, a pale, highly-attenuated, light-bodied German lager with lower alcohol and calories than normal strength beers. This style entry encompasses pale non-alcoholic beers. *exception to this rule may be alcohol-free “beers” from countries where alcohol is banned.

As long as fermentation has taken place
Everything is ok

Så drinkmiksene fra Hillevåg og deres like blir i praksis det eneste uratbare her

på sett og vis ja
men det må ha vært litt gjæraktivitet
samt 50% malt eller eplejuice