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The Best British Non Alcoholic Drinks for Dry January

Publisher - Great British Food Awards
published by

Dani R

Jan 04, 2022
5 minutes to read

Our favourite NOLO tipples, from alcohol-free gin to non-alcoholic beer

If you overindulged at Christmas, you might be considering a dry January. But rest assured, there are some wonderfully flavourful alcohol-free drinks out there, made by independent British brands. Here’s what to drink if you’re not drinking!

Pentire Adrift

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Pentire makes botanical, non-alcoholic spirits by distilling unique plants native to the local headlands in North Cornwall. Adrift is their original offering, an 100% plant-based botanical spirit similar to an herbaceous dry gin. Botanicals include a herbal blend of rock samphire, sage, Pentire plant blend and Cornish sea salt. Enjoy this non-alcoholic gin with tonic water and a lemon peel garnish.

70cl for £26.80, fortnumandmason.com and pentiredrinks.com

Goodrays Mix Pack CBD Seltzer

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Shaking up the drinks industry and defining a new category, Goodrays’ non-alcoholic seltzers blend sparkling water with all-natural ingredients and the relaxing and calming benefits of CBD (a non-harmful cannaboid extracted from the hemp plant). These refreshing drinks are available in two delicious flavours – Yuzu & Elderflower and Raspberry & Guava – and each can contains 30mg of CBD, alongside added vitamin D.

£17.95 for 6 x 250ml, goodrays.com

Bowness Bay Swan Free Beer (0.5%) 

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This Lake District brewing company have created a refreshing American triple hopped Session IPA! Modern low alcohol brewing techniques have been optimised to deliver a full flavour, hop forward craft beer, which has a 0.5% ABV. This low alcohol beer is the perfect brew for craft beer fans.

500ml for £1.25, booths.co.uk

Everleaf Mountain

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Everleaf boasts of offering the world’s most complex flavoured alcohol-free spirit, a claim endorsed by our Great British Food Awards judge Millie Gooch, who awarded it the ‘Best Alcoholic Drink’ award. Mountain has distilled with an aromatic blend of botanicals including juniper, myrtle, strawberry and cherry blossom. It’s a non-alcoholic gin alternative for lovers of pink gin, and can be served with tonic water and a strawberry garnish.

50cl for £19, everleafdrinks.com

Chapel Hill Alcohol Free Sparkling Wine

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Sometimes you need to crack open the bubbly for a toast - luckily there are some delicious non-alcoholic wines on the market! Made using the best grapes, Chapel Hill has a sweet, full-bodied flavour. Cheers!

£3.99 for 70cl, wholefoodsmarket.co.uk

Wild Life Botanicals

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Wild Life Botanicals is a sparkling wine that is ultra-low in alcohol yet ultra-high in goodness. Perfect for bringing a celebratory feel to gatherings with loved ones, Wild Life Botanicals offer bubbles with benefits! Each bottle is infused with a botanical blend of five healthy ingredients such as lemon balm, active compounds, vitamins and minerals. They’re available in ‘blush’ (which has a mineral palette of strawberries and cream and orchard fruits, and ‘nude,’ which contains champagne-like bubbles and vivid green fruit hints.

£15 for 75cl, wildlifebotanicals.co.uk

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