Good Living Brewing Dry January Cocktail Competition

Jamie Proud from The Pound in Canterbury, Kent has won Good Living Brewing Company’s Dry January Cocktail Competition. The inaugural contest, which sets out to showcase that no and low-alcohol cocktails can be enticing and delicious, invited bars across the south east of England to create a low-ABV serve containing at least 100ml of Good …

Belvoir Lime & Soda

2020 will mark the seventh Dry January, which is now a firmly established campaign at the start of the new year. The trade has fought back with Try January, encouraging customers to try local beers, but overall the movement towards reducing alcohol consumption is gaining momentum. However, it’s not a reason for doom and gloom …

Binary Botanical

Good Living Brewing Company is inviting mixologists and bartenders across the South East of England to enter its new low-alcohol cocktail competition to mark Dry January. Entrants are encouraged to test their creativity by creating a low-alcohol cocktail using at least 100ml of Good Living Brewing’s Binary Botanical, a 0.5% ABV light beer with a …

Seedlip General Store & Bar

Distilled non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip has unveiled a month-long programme of Dry January-inspired events to welcome in 2019. Partnerships include a Seedlip cocktail giveaway at over 40 leading bars in London with DrinkUp.London, pairing dinners with leading chefs and venues including The Clove Club, Angler, Kym’s by Andrew Wong and Mark Hix, alongside their pop-up shop …

Monin

To help bar managers ensure they get their offering right, Monin has identified what January’s consumer wants from their no-ABV or vegan cocktails. A recent survey by Monin revealed that more than 20 million Brits are considering going vegan for the month of January, while two thirds of the population are considering giving up alcohol …