A good head with a steady pour. Seems to last longer than most.
 It’s rather cloudy, as expected for a wheat beer, with an attractive amber tone. A regular beery smell, including a good dose of yeast. Taste wise, its quite a traditional ale, but it does actually taste like the real thing. Slightly unfortunate to have a light foamy finish.
"Feel the fizz!"
Benediktiner is similar to Erdingers low alcohol offering. 
It stays well carbonated, even a tad too much and provides a good bit of lacing around the glass for those that like it. 

It feels both familiar and traditional, likely helped by the high carbonation. You can still feel the fizz when swallowing.

A word of warning however, on the last pour of the bottle the carbonation goes into overdrive. We tested several bottles to check and they all ramped up the bubbles on the final stretch so pour hesitantly.
ABV: <0.5%
Kcal per 100ml: 25
Serving size: 500ml

What the label says:
“Dealcoholised wheat beer”

Lowbrew Rating: 54%

Taste - 62%
Smell - 40%
Finish - 56%
Comfort - 56%
Value - 60%