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The Growth Of Non-Alcoholic Drinks

The Growth Of Non-Alcoholic Drinks

An estimated 60,000 UK adults will be giving up drinking for Sober October, Macmillan Cancer Support’s fundraiser and around 20 per cent of Brits say they do not drink alcohol at all, and for 16-to-24-year-olds, this figure rises to around 25 per cent. Whether it’s alcohol-free mocktails and spirits, or non-alcoholic beer, there are many reasons why people abstaining from alcohol, including generational, constitutional, cultural, religious reasons. For others, it is perhaps realising that starting the day with a pounding and fuzzy head is not worth the trouble. Non-alcoholic beers are a great way to reduce your alcohol intake while...

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Beer Is Much Older Than You Think

Beer Is Much Older Than You Think

To find out where beer originally came from we need to go back. Extremely far back.

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A Brief History Of Britain’s Temperance Bars

A Brief History Of Britain’s Temperance Bars

We wanted to have a brief look at the temperance movement and why it is still relevant today.

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5 Benefits Of Ditching The Booze!

5 Benefits Of Ditching The Booze!

Here are just a few of the amazing benefits you could reap for yourself if you do decide to quit drinking or even just reducing the amount you sup each week.

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