Fassbrause is a trendy and internationally successful alcohol-free beverage concept from Central Europe. For more than 100 years it has been a traditional beverage on the German and Austrian markets, where it is still very popular. Fassbrause is a combination of the German words ‘Fass’, which means keg, and ‘Brause’, which means soft drink. The beverage was originally stored in kegs and was developed as a substitute for beer. Fassbrause was a soft drink flavoured with from apple or other fruit and coloured with malt extract. Many more versions of Fassbrause have since been developed.