Cutting Down on Alcohol? 5 Best Low Alcohol Drinks to Try
Cutting down on alcohol?
There can be many reasons for reducing our alcohol intake, whether that is to do with health or just a general lifestyle improvement. These lovely, refreshing low alcohol drinks taste every bit as good as the full alcohol versions, without the hangover or the calories. Check out five of the most popular drinks:
Marketed as an alternative to gin and tonic but with half the volume of alcohol (only 20% ABV) , this finely crafted grapefruit and juniper drink from London-based Fatty’s Organic Spirits is sure to be well-received. A finalist at the World Beverage Innovation Awards, this is an organic gin replacement that is well worth trying.
This pilsner-style lower alcohol lager is produced by the world’s first dedicated low-alcohol “small beer” brewery, based in London. A very refreshing and crisp drink, which is perfect on a Summer day, this lager is only 2.1% ABV! The brewery is the first in London to be BCorp certified for social and environmental responsibility, so not only does it taste great, it’s environmentally friendly.
A tasting pack of four non-alcoholic cocktails, this is a great way for people to still be able to enjoy a cocktail party if they aren’t drinking. Try a non-alcoholic Aromatic Gin and Tonic, Venetian Spritz, Cuban Mojito or a Dark and Stormy. All of the drinks are only 50 calories per can and are free of artificial ingredients as well as gluten-free and vegan. An excellent gift for yourself or others and under £10!
Arrowtown Hard Seltzer drinks are quite unusual and unlike anything else you can find on the supermarket shelves. Instead of beer sugary sweet mixers which cause bloating, they use a combination of sparkling water and natural flavours to create something extraordinary and delicious with just a little bit of alcohol (5%). Their two flavours are “Lime and Elderflower” and “Red Berries” and each of the flavours supports a different animal charity, Sea Shepherd UK and Tusk, respectively. Money goes from each sale toward these excellent charities supporting marine wildlife and African elephants.
Made by a family-owned business, this low-alcohol rose cider hails from a Hertfordshire farm. A craft cider with a fruity twist and subtle, sophisticated flavourings, this is a very pleasant cider made from locally sourced ingredients. Any cider fan will absolutely love this! Suitable for vegans and people who follow a gluten-free diet, this cider is also a winner of the Great Taste Awards.
At 0.5% ABV, this product is perfect for those who want to cut down on their alcohol intake while still enjoying the refreshing taste of high quality craft cider.
Whether you’re looking for absolutely no alcohol, or just a small kick of it, here are more low and no alcohol drinks you could enjoy alone or with company.
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