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The Non-alcoholic market is heating up

The Non-alcoholic market is heating up

I'm not a fan of drinking. But that doesn't mean I want to miss out on the latest trends in non-alcoholic drinks! In fact, there are so many tasty options out there that they can almost be considered a trend in themselves. So why is this happening? Here's what you need to know: Non-alcoholic drinks are expanding beyond the standard O'Doul's The non-alcoholic market is heating up. In a way, it makes sense that the alcohol-free beverages industry is exploding. After all, why should people who enjoy the taste of beer, wine or cocktails be denied those pleasures because they...

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Daniel La Cute
Ordering non-alcoholic drinks...where to start

Ordering non-alcoholic drinks...where to start

If you're drinking less or not at all and planning to go out with friends, the first time you order non-alc can be daunting. With some practice and resources, ordering non-alcoholic drinks is as easy as any other type of drink order—you just need to know what works best where. Here are some suggestions: Out at a bar or restaurant Establishments are offering more and more alcohol-free options. Many bartenders have crafted new and exciting mocktails that take deliver a complex flavour profile. The big beer brands may have an option on the menu too. Or ask for one of...

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Daniel La Cute
The Non-alcoholic environment is changing

The Non-alcoholic environment is changing

Non-alcoholic beverages are becoming more mainstream and have much to offer those who choose not to drink. Non-alcoholic options that have been on the market longer. Non-alcoholic drinks are nothing new. In fact, they've been around since the beginning of time (okay, maybe not quite that long...), and they're both healthy and delicious! Non-alcoholics have been around for centuries because it's a beverage you can enjoy with your friends without having to worry about getting drunk or crashing your car while driving home from happy hour. New and improved non-alcoholic beverages. If you're not a big drinker, but still want...

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Daniel La Cute
Dry Feb...Our Thoughts

Dry Feb...Our Thoughts

If you've been thinking about cutting down on alcohol, you can consider this upcoming month as a reset. Dry February challenges people to reduce their alcohol consumption for the month of February and raise money forthe Canadian Cancer Society. It's an excellent way to make a positive change and lower your cancer risk. You might be wondering why it's so popular and what benefits there are for taking part in Dry February - read on forsome handy info! Why do people decide to take part in Dry February?We have seen a lot of people take part in Dry February for...

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