Non-Alcoholic Beers For The Holiday Season (And Anytime)
Not drinking this holiday season, that’s totally cool. Whatever your reasons are we have some beers you can try, so you can still be out, be part of the celebration and not drink non-alcoholic all by your lonesome.
By Shira Kogut on Dec. 08, 2017
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s full of fabulous parties, family, and friends, but also tends to involve a large amount of alcohol (please drink responsibly). If you are choosing not to drink this season because you are doing a Dry9 or for any other reason, we respect that decision and want to help you.
We want you to go out, have fun and not have to order water, so here are some fun non-alcoholic beers for you. For non-alcoholic wine see “A Good Time With Non-Alcoholic Wine” and for non-alcoholic cocktails also check out this article from BuzzFeed “24 Drinks You Should Order If You’re Not Drinking”.
For more non-alcoholic beers check out JustBeer App.
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