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Low & No Alcohol-free Drinks

Discover new low and no alcohol-free brands that still pack a punch

What are the main benefits of drinking less alcohol?

Once you decide to lower your alcohol intake, not only you will change your relationship with alcohol but you will experience numerous benefits, as well. The main benefits of drinking less alcohol include improving sleep, reducing anxiety, losing weight, becoming more productive, and feeling noticeably better. And not to mention the money you will save!  We have collected all of the top low and no-alcohol brands and their offers for new customers here into one place so that you can try them out and save some money while trying to lower your alcohol intake.

What brands sell alcohol-free beer?

If you are looking for some alcohol-free alternatives, with our help you can discover new brands that sell alcohol-free beer. Coast Beer Co crafts its own alcohol-free and vegan-friendly beer, Honest Brew offers beers from leading breweries, including low and no alcohol options, Adnams stocks a wide range of drinks including low and no alcohol beers with no compromise on flavour.

What brands sell non-alcoholic gin?

If you are looking for some non-alcoholic gin, we have got you covered, too! Take a look at Three Spirit and its alcohol-free drinks (Livener, Social Elixir, Nightcap), made with healthy plants and free from artificial flavours and sweeteners, or check out Seedlip, the world's first distilled non-alcoholic spirit. You can find Seedlip at 31Dover, along with some other non-alcoholic alternatives to regular Gin & Tonic. And if you do not mind a little bit of alcohol (5% alcohol by volume - ABV), check out Adnams and its award-winning Copper House Dry Gin (both regular and raspberry options).

What alcohol is gluten-free?

Even though they are made with gluten-containing grains, such as wheat, barley, or rye, pure, distilled liquor, including bourbon, whiskey, tequila, gin, vodka, rum, scotch, cognac, brandy, absinthe, and vermouth, are gluten-free after distillation. But please be careful with liquors that add flavourings or other additives after distillation since you might find some hidden gluten in there. Check out our gluten free brands and discounts.

How is alcohol-free beer made?

Alcohol-free beer goes through pretty much the same brewing process as regular beer. And whilst regular beer is bottled (canned or kegged) after the fermentation, low or no-alcohol beers then need to have their alcohol lessened or removed. There are a few days this can be done. The most common way is heating the fermented beer until the desired amount of alcohol remains. Since this method affects the flavour, some breweries practice vacuum distilling. The way that the least affects beers' taste is reverse osmosis. Beer goes through a filter with small pores that only let alcohol, water, and some volatile acids go through. The alcohol is then distilled out of this mix, and the water and remaining acids are returned to the mixture left on the other side of the filter. Beer is re-carbonated by injecting carbon dioxide. However, this method is impractical and requires more equipment and labour, resulting in higher costs.

What are adaptogens and how do they work?

Adaptogens are natural substances, including non-toxic plants, that help the body cope with physical, chemical or biological stressors. These herbs and roots have been used for centuries and are having a renaissance today. Three Spirit drinks are designed by plant scientist and bartenders. Their plant-based alternatives to alcohol are made with plants used for centuries to stimulate not only the palate but the mind and body, as well. Or check out Humble Warrior and its drinks made of functional plants to create delicious, complex flavours that actively support your inner health.

What is the one year no beer challenge?

One Year No Beer is one of the best and most successful habit-changing programmes. It has an incredible success rate of 95%. It will help you not only change your relationship with alcohol but get your health back and become the most productive version of yourself just by making this one change. Start with a free 5-Day Mini Challenge and join the One Year No Beer challenge afterwards. Choose a plan that suits you and you can switch, upgrade or extend at any point. You will get daily emails and video support with tips and tricks that will help you along the way.