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Growing demand for lower alcohol

Christmas and January could be popular times for ‘low and no’ products
Sonja Mitchell Jump Ship Brewing

Alcohol-free brewery is ready to set sail

An east coast entrepreneur is looking to increase production capacity at what she claims is Scotland’s first dedicated alcohol-free brewery.
Stryyk menu

A fresh take on ‘low and no’ drinks lists

Alcohol-free drinks producer is looking to encourage a menu rethink
Nine Elms no alcohol drinks

Trio of zero-ABV drinks hits the UK market

Licensees looking to stock up on low or no-alcohol products have more to choose from after a trio of recent launches.
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A trend that the trade can’t ignore

Consumers choosing to moderate their drinking expect a good offer
Highball drinks

High times for new ready to drink range

A drinks company has developed what it claims is the UK’s first range of ready-to-drink, 0% ABV cocktails.

Understanding the key to beer

Each style of beer has its fans, and they all act differently

Low-alcohol but a high priority

Rising demand means that attention should be paid to lighter options .

Free and clear

The low and no-alcohol market is squarely in the sights of Japanese drinks company Asahi this year after the launch of a 0% ABV version of its Peroni brand .

A natural next step

William Grant & Sons launches 0.5% ABV spirit .