Maryland’s largest brewery launches its first non-alcoholic beer

Deepfakes are getting harder and harder to spot and now a new non-alcoholic beer from Maryland’s largest brewery can be added to that list.

READ MORE: Support grows for bill to allow beer and wine sales in all Maryland grocery stores

Frederick-based Flying Dog, has launched its first non-alcoholic beer, Deepfake Non-Alcoholic IPA.

Download the FOX 5 DC News App for Local Breaking News and Weather

According to Flying Dog, their new drink tastes and smells like your typical IPA.

The brewers at Flying Dog returned used a mixture of components to craft their newest line, including Mosaic, Simcoe and Citra hops, and infusing it with notes of orange, grapefruit, mango, and passionfruit.

READ MORE: Booze burglar breaks into Silver Spring brewery

"Choosing a non-alcoholic beer shouldn’t mean suffering through a tasteless, watery imposter," said James Maravetz, VP of Marketing at Flying Dog Brewery. "Deepfake gives you the satisfaction of drinking a real beer, without the added calories and alcohol. It would fool anyone," said Marketing Vice President James Maravetz.