HTML: <div class="wDYxhc" data-md="61" style="clear:none"><div class="LGOjhe" data-attrid="wa:/description" aria-level="3" role="heading" data-hveid="CBIQAA"><span class="ILfuVd"><span class="hgKElc">Legally speaking, <b>under-18's can purchase low and non-alcoholic beers in pubs</b>. This is because the Licensing Act 2003 states that alcohol means beer, wine, cider, spirits and other liquors over 0.5% ABV. Therefore, any drink below 0.5% ABV is not classed as alcohol so relevant 'underage laws' do not apply.</span></span><span class="kX21rb ZYHQ7e">Jul 4, 2019</span></div></div>
Anyone age 18 or older can sell beer in Colorado, beginning in 2019. Prior to the new year, liquor store employees must be 21 to sell beer. And, in case you're wondering, the age to buy beer in Colorado remains 21.
Non-alcoholic means “not more than 0.5% A.B.V. (really it should be called “non-intoxicating” beverage rather than non-alcoholic”). So because there is still some alcohol in non-alcoholic beers, U.S. law still regulates those sales to persons 21 and over only.
Colorado, as many other states, has determined the age of majority to be 18 years of age or older. Individuals are treated as adults at the age of 18, with some exceptions, such as drinking alcoholic beverages (12-47-901), renting cars, and purchasing a hotel room.