Tea

One of the most amazing discoveries for me after giving up drinking was … tea! I never drank it before. I never liked the black milky stuff we have been taught to drink in the UK. Six months after quitting, on a whim and in the spirit of exploration, I ventured into a loose leaf…

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Spring Drinks

Winter was all about warm drinks, comfort by the fire and festive spices. Don’t get me wrong, I love the festivity, but I’m definitely ready to freshen up my drinks cabinet for Spring. We’ve put together a few refreshing alcohol-free ideas for you. I’m really excited about delving into some of the more bitter products…

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American non-alcoholic craft beers

This week’s guest blog on alcohol-free beers made in the USA was researched and written by our wonderful beer-loving NYC-based buddy Joe. Advent of non-alcoholic craft beer It’s been years since I’ve attended a good old-fashioned beer festival. As a craft beer personality, I had spent a lot of time working in and attending beer festivals.…

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Club Soda Guide

In this week’s webinar, Club Soda co-founder Jussi demonstrates how to use the new Club Soda Guide. The Guide was born when we realised that many Club Soda members, although cutting down on their drinking or going alcohol-free, still wanted to go pubs, bars and restaurants with their friends and family. But usually found that…

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Jo Leftfield Kombucha

This week’s blog is from Jo Easingwood-Roberts – a tea-sniffing, booze-free mother and co-founder of Left Field Kombucha (est 2016). We need to talk about ethanol. In a 10,000-year marketing campaign that Don Draper would struggle to pull off, alcohol has reigned supreme. As a fully signed up member of the mindful drinking movement and maker…

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Club Soda Guide

If you were at our last Mindful Drinking Festival then you might have seen Club Soda co-founder Laura Willoughby announcing the launch of our brand-new Club Soda Guide, and you might have even taken a peek at it on our info desk iPads. But we know that most of you will have no idea what the…

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Shandy

Shandy is, in my opinion, a hugely underrated drink if you’re looking to drink less alcohol or looking for lower alcohol options. Widely known, but underrated nonetheless. We’ve been drinking it for a couple of hundred years, across the globe. In Germany, it’s known as Radler and it’s sold pre-mixed on tap, in huge stein glasses. The…

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