Celtic Marches – How low can you go?

As the free from movement seems to have firmly embedded itself into the mainstream drinks industry, Dry Drinker finds out about the producer of Holly GoLightly 0.5% Low Alcohol Cider. You might be forgiven for not immediately recognising the brand name as it would seem that Celtic Marches had been one of Herefordshire’s best kept secrets. Nestled in a quiet corner of Herefordshire, a county renowned for its cider production, this single-estate apple cider producer[…]Read More

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3 things I learnt from a dry January

    Thinking about doing Dry January 2019? Maybe I can help you decide. I ‘did’ Dry January 2018 and drank a lot less booze this year as a result. Averaged out, my drinking days went from 4 times a week to 1 or 2. So, I spent about £500 less on drinking at home. (That’s haircuts for the year paid for, or maybe a trip away). Dry January is the UK’s one-month booze-free challenge.[…]Read More

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Why Have “The Dry Drinker Cheers Awards”?

As we have expanded our range of beers and lagers of 0.5% ABV and less, we have developed a unique portfolio of products for our customers. Our pick your own mixed cases allow you to choose and sample from this range, and of course our pre-picked recommendations are always there to help. Some beers are produced by major European and UK Brewers and some by smaller independent businesses, who are excited to be making and[…]Read More

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Dry Drinker gets the story behind Outfox - Jess Hook of Outfox drinks taking part in the Marathon de Sables

Dry Drinker gets the story behind Outfox

Dry Drinker’s Stuart Elkington meets Jess Hook, the woman behind stunning alcohol free Outfox wines. Can you tell us your story? I’ve always been interested in the drinks market, especially wine. I love the social element of drinking plus all the rituals – pouring a glass of wine after a long day at work, sharing a bottle, having a glass while cooking – but quite often I don’t want the alcohol. This started my journey[…]Read More

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Real Kombucha – all you need to know

It’s probably safe to say at this point that kombucha, once the exclusive domain of Shoreditch hipsters, has now made the leap into the mainstream. It can be found everywhere, from bars to supermarket shelves, not to mention here on the pages of your favourite non-alcoholic online shop. However, one perplexing hangover remains. The media, always keen to linger on the World of the Strange, remains infatuated with spine-shuddering pictures of scobys, and are as likely[…]Read More

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Winners of The Dry Drinker Cheers Awards 2018

We are pleased to announce the winners following the judging of 50 beers* in the Dry Drinker Cheers Awards 2018. Judged by a panel of 8 independent industry experts, in a blind tasting, the Winners by category are: Winner: Ales and Beers Bernard Amber Winner: Lagers Baltika Winner: Pilsners Rothaus Pils Winner: Pale Ales Adnams Ghostship Winner: Porters and Stouts Big Drop Chocolate Stout Winner: Wheat Beers Mikkeller Drink’in The Sun Winner: Fruit and Flavoured[…]Read More

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The Dry Drinker Awards 2018

Dry Drinker Ltd is proud to announce that it will be running, what we believe is, the first ever beer judging in the UK solely for drinks with an ABV of 0.5% or lower. This innovatory event is taking place on 29th November 2018. We now stock over 100 different beers and lagers and we are often asked for recommendations. To help, we have selected our best-selling customer favourites and some of our new to[…]Read More

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Use Dry Drinker’s sidekicks to Go Sober for October

Sign up to Go Sober for October   You want to Go Sober this October and help Macmillan make a real difference to the lives of people facing cancer. And maybe you’re visiting Dry Drinker to get help with this awesome adventure? You want to be a Soberhero but the thought of 31 days of #herbal tea #sparkling water #fruit juice seems a bit …. scary? Well, Dry Drinker has loads of alcohol free sidekicks[…]Read More

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