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SMASHED Alcohol Free Cider Cans - Non Alcoholic, 0.05% ABV, Vegan, Gluten Free, British Brand, Real Cider, Zero Alcohol (Multipack Case of 12 x 330 ml cans)

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A unique, crisp and lightly carbonated fruit cider is pure refreshment with a perfect balance of sweetness, sharpness and fruitiness. The range is vegan-friendly and gluten-free where possible, with each product boasting less than 100 calories. Alcohol free cider has about half the calories of a typical alcoholic cider. So, give alcohol free cider a try and let us know what you think. 2. Is alcohol-free cider really alcohol-free?

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Three Spirit is doing great things in the booze-free drinks arena and really helping to change the way consumers think about drinking. Its range of plant-based elixirs are formulated to suit situations or moods where you might otherwise reach for an alcoholic beverage. We love this Nightcap iteration, which uses indulgent natural ingredients to help you relax and unwind of an evening. He will support Richard Clark and the DRYNKS marketing & sales team to develop a strategic brand narrative, brand plans and creative executions for the Smashed and DRYNKS Unlimited brands. According to the numbers, growth is being dominated by no- and low-alcohol lagers from established alcohol brands, but there is space for a British brand focusing entirely on 0% drinks.

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Unlike the alcohol free version, alcoholic cider has a long history, and it is predicted to have been first made by the Celts in Britain from crab apples in around 3000 BCE. The Roman invasion of the country around 55 BCE then brought in apple cultivars, orcharding, and new apple varieties, as the Norman invasion also did later in 1066. At only 61 calories a can, it also makes for a healthier option than your standard beer, and it happens to be gluten-free, too. The fresh and fruity profile makes this a winner for lunchtime non-boozing and enjoying a beer or two in the day without the afternoon slump. The Paradiso won the World’s Best award in the No and Low category at the World Beer Awards 2021 and it’s all too easy to see why: this is a proper beer, just without the booze, and we bet you can’t tell. Creative brand expert Mark Harrison, former MD of Cheetham Bell Manchester and Global Business Lead at Mother London, has joined Manchester alcohol-free brewer, DRYNKS Unlimited as Brand Partner to spearhead an acceleration of its alcohol-free brand SMASHED.Blanc de Blanc refers to sparkling wines made in the Champagne region that only use white grapes – many champagnes use red Pinot Noir grapes – and this makes for an elegant and refined style of wine. This alcohol-free version is no different. Made using exclusively Chardonnay grapes, which are then aged briefly in oak barrels, this wine has a nose of orchard fruits and more green apples on the palate. Though missing the tell-tale toastiness of champagne, pleasing tasting notes are still present: it tastes special. Great to enjoy as a celebratory aperitif or when you just want to treat yourself. If you’re looking for an IPA that is completely devoid of alcohol, Brutal Brewing definitely has you covered. Using the vacuum distillation method, the company starts with Sweden’s best-selling ale – which starts off as 5.8% -and removes all traces of alcohol to produce a 0% IPA. Some of successful names on the market include The Good Cider of San Sebastian, a popular Spanish brand which has produced several award-winning drinks since it was founded in 1918. Produced from apples grown in Lerida in Northern Spain, their zero alcohol apple cider is also gluten free and vegan.

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