Nirvana beer yoga

Nirvana beer We have talked about Nirvana Beer before – one of our first beer-tasting events included a prototype stout made by Steve, the man behind Nirvana, as one of the beers on the tasting menu. It was actually the favourite beer of the evening, beating several well-known commercial brands, so we have been eagerly…

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How to build your own disco bath

Club Soda member Kim told us about her disco baths in a guest article after being one month alcohol-free. You can get a glimpse of what a disco bath looks like in action in the video clip below. We all thought this was just the best idea ever, so we asked Kim exactly how she set everything up.…

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Why socialising sober is important

When you first start changing your drinking, socialising sober may not be the most important thing on your mind. Change takes time and some steely grit and determination. Yes you need to hunker down, focus on your goal and change a few things. But it is important not to take away human connection and joy.…

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Mindful drinkers and pub managers

Club Soda knows mindful drinkers – they are our members. But we have also got to know many pub and bar managers with our Club Soda Guide project, listing the best places for mindful drinkers. In this special post, we share some of the great videos we’ve recorded with them in the last couple of…

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How to develop keystone habits

Keystone habits In this webinar, Jussi first talks about habits – in particular keystone habits. They can be any habit that helps to support other habits – either to create new ones, or to sustain existing ones. A keystone habit can be good just on its own, but the added benefit comes from the way they support other…

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What is Mindful Drinking?

Mindful drinking is an attitude Club Soda is all about changing the way you think and feel about drinking. Changing your relationship with alcohol. When you drink more mindfully, you become more aware of how your body and mind are affected by it. You learn. You take control of your drinking habits. But what is mindful drinking…

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Dry January

Dry January: all you need to know Dry January is now definitely a “thing”. Doctors have long recommended alcohol drinkers to take occasional sober sprints for health reasons. In the UK a sober January has also become a big fundraising event, with Alcohol Concern and Cancer Research running major campaigns each year, and thousands of…

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Big Drop Chocolate Milk Stout

Big Drop Brewing Co Low and no alcohol beers are suddenly in fashion: new brands are appearing almost every month, and the variety of flavours and styles is also increasing. Beer drinkers looking for a lower ABV drink are no longer restricted to just non-alcoholic versions of mainstream lagers. There are also ales and wheat beers…

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