With many people jumping on the Dry January band wagon, it’s no surprise there’s been a surge in non-alcoholic or low ABV beverages more recently.
Aberdeenshire beer giants BrewDog just opened the world’s first non-alcoholic beer bar in London and Aberdeen brewers Fierce Beer have also just announced they will be releasing their own non-alcoholic brews in the coming months, too.
To help those of you who have cut back on the booze this month, we’ve pulled together some low ABV and non-alcoholic drinks for you to enjoy.
From kombucha and soft drinks made locally with fresh ingredients, to spirits with no alcohol and flavoured tonic water, there’s a whole range of products in the north-east to enjoy.
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BrewDog bars across the north-east – Castlegate, Gallowgate and Union Square in Aberdeen, Market Place in Inverurie, DogTap and Overworks in Ellon and Marischal Street in Peterhead
Punk AF, £1.30
Raspberry Blitz, £1.85
Nanny State, £1.30
Tesco – available in stores across the north-east
Seedlip Garden Non-Alcoholic Spirit 70cl, £22 (usually £26)
Sainsbury’s – available in stores across the north-east
Atopia Spiced Citrus Ultra Low Alcohol Spirit 70cl, £20 (usually £24)
Aberdeen Whisky Shop – Union Street, Aberdeen
Kola Tonic – £10.80 (usually £12)
Inveruirie Whisky Shop – Burn Place, Inverurie
Summerhouse Drinks – available in a range of local stores. Click here for all stockists
Happy New Year all! If you are trying Dry January we think you will need some of these…