Alcohol free labelling

Club Soda has issued a challenge to the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care, Steve Brine MP, after submitting their consultation response to the Government on what drinks can and cannot be called alcohol-free [1]. All the evidence shows that drinks under 0.5% do not cause intoxication, are safe for…

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Body Image

On Friday 11th May it’s #nationaleatwhatyouwantday, so we thought we’d take a little look at body image with our super-star Club Soda member Kim. Here’s her story. So f*ck you body-scanning. I’m always looking for new things to entertain or zen the sober me. I heard about body-scanning and thought I would give it a…

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Drinks event

We spend a lot of time planning networking events, receptions and corporate parties. They are generally pretty stressful. But one area that is often overlooked is the range of drinks on offer for those not drinking alcohol. We live in an alco-centric society – by default, a lot of time is spent deciding the quality…

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Club Soda joining goals

From the very beginning of Club Soda three years ago, we’ve always said that we are never going to tell anyone what their goals should be. So whether you wanted to cut down on your drinking habits, or quit alcohol completely, you would be welcome at Club Soda. And regardless of your goals, we would…

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Moderate drinking successful

Lots of people have a healthy, rational relationship with alcohol without having to consciously change anything, in the sense that they can happily go for a couple of drinks and then call it a night – they don’t immediately fall down a rabbit hole of binge drinking after a friendly pint in the sun, they…

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Caliente drinks

When we attended the Non-Alcoholic Beverage Strategy Congress in Barcelona, we also got to taste some continental drinks from Europe that are not available at home in the UK. There were two that we found particularly interesting: Caliente from Sweden and UmaiCha from Spain. They are different drinks, but with one important thing in common –…

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