Dallas Guide to Soft Drinks in January and Beyond

A homemade French alcohol-free 75. Photo: Tasha “Spirited Away” Tsiaperas/Axios

Soft drinks have come a long way since the days of having to choose between a club soda or an O’Doul’s.

Why is this important: Sales of non-alcoholic alternatives increased by 33% nationally from October 2020 to October 2021. They total $331 million.

  • 78% of people who buy non-alcoholic options also buy alcoholic beverages.

On a recent visit to Bar and Garden To collect the monthly bottles from the wine club – to be consumed next month – we took a look at the wall of soft drinks.

  • Don’t expect some of these alternatives to save you money. Water does not retain flavor as well as alcohol, which means non-alcoholic spirits use more botanicals, for example. Inside hook.
  • A six-pack of non-alcoholic beers essentially costs the same as a craft beer.
Here’s what we thought of the dry picks.

Six-word comments alcohol-free potions from Bar and Garden:

Six-word comments soft drinks from Central Market:

Tasha’s review:

  • French 75 from Chez Tsiaperas with amass from B&G: No need to shell alcohol.
  • Dry January in six words: surprisingly refreshing and easier than expected.

Go further: Here are some other options of the MND.


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