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Alcohol-free festival promotes ‘mindful’ drinking in London

With more and more people taking the alcohol-free lifestyle beyond ‘dryuary’, it’s stands to reason that there is a summer celebration of the alcohol-free lifestyle. Club Soda comes to London Spitalfields on July 20 with a range of zero to 0.5% abv drinks; beers, wines, ciders, cocktails, ‘spirits’ and adult soft drinks.

There will also be tasting sessions and drinks tours from producers and experts, including cocktail masterclasses in partnership with La Maison Wellness. If you are committed to abstinence long-term, you will love the free samples of some of the newest and most exciting drinks available.

Club Soda co-founder Laura Willoughby MBE said: “We have been running Club Soda, the Mindful Drinking Movement, for four years. And the most popular question we get asked is about what to drink instead of alcohol?

“Not only have we built up an amazing knowledge of the range of drinks out there, but we are also witnessing the explosion in the number of great tasting, well-crafted alcohol-free drinks.

“New alcohol-free beers, wines and ciders are making their way into pubs, healthy alternatives like kombucha and herbal infusions are becoming mainstream, and even Tesco now has an easy to find, well stocked alcohol-free drinks aisle.

“Our Mindful Drinking Festivals are about bringing some of our favourite drinks into one place for everyone to try. Whether you are on a health kick, moderating your drinking habits, pregnant or trying, or just a bit sober curious, this is your chance to find a new favourite tipple.”

The Club Soda Mindful Drinking Festival is hosted by Spitalfields Market in east London, on Saturday 20th July from 11am to 5pm.

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