A woman in Louisiana has sued Heineken over their 0.0 Beer that contains as much as 0.03% alcohol.
In the lawsuit, plaintiff Kathleen M. Wilson argues that "There are consumers who do not wish to ingest even the minuscule amount of alcohol contained in the product."
According to Heineken's website, the beer has "an extremely small amount of alcohol, maximum 0.03% ABV," which is the same as "other food products such as bread, bakery products, and juices due to the natural fermentation of the ingredients."
To use the "non-alcoholic" label, a brew must be less than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV).
Wilson is requesting Heineken change the labeling of the product, and monetary damages as well as court costs.