13 Low and No Alcohol Options for Dry January
Whether you’ve gone full Dry January or you’re just trying to reduce your booze intake and give your liver a breather after all that December indulgence, we’ve got the best options to see you through the month – and beyond.
Diminutive they may be, but these beers are big on flavour while having a refreshingly low ABV. You can opt for a Lager at 2.1%, an award-winning Dark Lager 1.0%, the rich, rye-style Steam 2.7% or a tropical Session Pale 2.5%. At 330ml a bottle, they provide a neat compromise for those looking to have a little tipple.
With interest in CBD rocketing, Hop & Hemp has combined two passions: drinking low ABV craft beer and ingesting CBD. Not only are they easy on the head at only 0.5%, they are vegan, too. Infused with CBD, the Easy Times IPA is also bursting with flavour, so beer lovers can unwind without a hangover in sight.
Coming in at a pleasantly light 0.5%, this easy-drinking wonder is filled with mosaic hops and is both refreshing and moreish. Brimming with citrus and floral aromas, it has a dry, subtly bitter finish that makes it entirely suitable for a serious session or a relaxing drink. Made with 100 per cent natural ingredients, it’s a brew you’ll feel almost virtuous in supping.
This pilsner-style lager is imported from Spain and contains subtle hints of grain with a sweet finish. Tasting fresh on the palate, it proves beyond a doubt that alcohol-free shouldn’t also mean flavour-free. Additionally, at a relatively low 79 calories per bottle (other lagers may contain up to 180), it’s ideal for those Mediterranean moments without saying goodbye to your healthy halo.
Fermented with Heineken’s unique A-yeast from natural ingredients, this 0.0% lager is twice brewed to retain its individual taste. The fruity flavour and malty notes are achieved through the skilled blending process, which ensures this is an extremely palatable AF alternative.
This non-alcoholic spirit is infused with l’espirit de South America and will ensure any high-octane fiesta or chilled-out night in with friends goes down well. With juniper, citrus and spiced botanicals, it’s a vibrant substitute for gin or vodka.
Serve yourself an intriguing blend of classic botanicals, juniper and ginger combined with a pop of exotic clove and rooibos. Dry drinkers will feel right at home with this lovingly crafted South African creation, which all but guarantees good times.
This stylish drink is just what you need if you’re trying to keep to a detox or mindful drinking resolutions in check. It’s a CBD-infused beverage with a mixture of pineapple, lime, strawberry and tomato. Best served short or long, or even as a base for a cracking mocktail.
Not a fan of AF beer or spirits? This organic, no-alcohol sparkling wine from Thomson & Scott has got you covered. Produced with 100% organic Chardonnay grapes, it’s both vegan and halal-friendly to boot.
Like a booze-free triple sec, this 'liqueur' is naturally sweet and fresh with a distinctive orange aroma. 'This classic spirit has been crafted to capture the essence of an orange liqueur such as Triple Sec with flavours that are unique and contemporary. Lyre's spirits don't just mimic, they have their own distinction as a premium, non-alcoholic beverage. Excellent if you're craving a Cosmopolitan on the back of the Sex And The City reboot.
Get the tonic in for this gin alternative that is anything but mother's ruin. Featuring botanical ingredients, including real juniper, it is blended and distilled to give you a tasty aperitif that won't make your head hurt.
If you feel like low and no alcohol beers often lack a bit of body, Infinite is for you. Offering an IPA, a Pale Ale and a lager in their selection, these crisp, super refreshing beers have proper 'hoppy', bold flavours, are gluten free and are making us wish we were in the sunshine wearing our finest sombrero while drinking them.