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Webinar: Guide to Glasgow Festival by Laura and Anja

On this webinar, Club Soda co-founder Laura and drinks writer Anja take you through the upcoming Mindful Drinking Festival in Glasgow. They will discuss some of the drinks at the festival, such as old favourites Heineken 0.0 beer, CEDER’S distilled spirits, and Fever-Tree tonics and mixers, as well as some exciting new Scottish brands like Chastity, Summerhouse, Clever Kombucha, Middle Way, Big Willie and Left Field Kombucha.

Laura will also quickly review some of the other things you can find at the event: music, workshops, talks, competition, and more. And you can also read Anja’s review of some of the Scottish Festival drinks here.

The Glasgow Mindful Drinking Festival is on Saturday 13th October 2018 at The Briggait and is FREE to attend. All the details are on the Mindful Drinking Festival website.


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I am Laura the Co-Founder at Club Soda. I gave up drinking in 2012 and hope that I can support you to take a self-guided journey to change your drinking whatever your goal.

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