Non or Low Alcoholic Selection
Seedlip Spice 94
Seedlip produce a range of non-alcoholic spirits from a selection of carefully considered botanicals, inspired by the distilled non-alcoholic remedies found in The Art of Distilling (written in 1651). Their Spice 94 expression is based around allspice, cardamom, grapefruit, lemon and oak
Seedlip Grove 42
The range of non-alcoholic spirits from Seedlip has grown. Grove 42 is a citrus-focused expression featuring blood orange, bitter orange, mandarin, lemon, lemongrass and ginger - and no alcohol whatsoever!
San Miguel 00
San Miguel 0,0 is a pilsner style alcohol free lager imported from Spain.
We believe that alcohol free shouldn’t mean flavour free, so open a San Miguel 0,0 and discover its rich flavours for yourself.
Adnams Ghost Ship
Ghost Ship Alcohol Free 0.5% is a spookily brilliant pale ale from Southwold brewers Adnams.
It has the same flavours and aromas as Ghost Ship 4.5% ABV. It’s no apparition, treating pale ale lovers to 100% of the taste at 0.5% ABV.
Ghost Ship takes its name from the legends of ghostly smuggling ships that haunt the Suffolk coast, where Adnams has been brewing since 1872.
Koppaberg Mixed Fruit Cider
Kopparberg Alcohol Free Mixed Fruit Cider delivers a delicious punch of raspberry and blackcurrant flavour. Refreshingly light, Kopparberg Alcohol Free Mixed Fruit Cider is the taste of summer.
Built back in 1882, the Kopparberg Bryggeri remains independent and is home to our uniquely refreshing fruit cider & fruit lager. A pioneer, Kopparberg was the first fruit cider in the UK and is today the bestselling fruit cider brand in the UK. Every drop of Kopparberg is imported and made from the fermentation of apples or pears and the finest soft water, locally sourced in the town of Kopparberg, Sweden.
The Guinness with everything except the alcohol. Guinness 0.0 boasts the same beautifully smooth taste, perfectly balanced flavour, and unique dark colour of Guinness, just without the alcohol.
To create Guinness 0.0 the St James’s Gate brewers, start by brewing Guinness exactly as they always have, using the same natural ingredients; water, barley, hops, and yeast; before gently removing the alcohol through a cold filtration method. The cold filtration process allows the alcohol to be filtered out without presenting thermal stress to the beer, protecting the integrity of its taste and character.
The brewers then carefully blend and balance the flavours to ensure the distinctive flavour profile and taste characteristics of Guinness.
The resulting product is a stout that is unmistakably Guinness, just without the alcohol, featuring the same dark, ruby red liquid and creamy head,
hints of chocolate and coffee, smoothly balanced with bitter, sweet and roasted notes.