Dry January

  • by Sali Salameh
  • January 7, 2021
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Participating in Dry January or looking to cut out alcohol and get in shape? We got you covered with a guide to some of our favorite spots in the 904 who offer mocktails. Another way to participate in Dry January is to join the Sip Cozy Dry January Challenge. For more info, visit their website

1. Wildcrafters at Five points

The newest non – alcoholic bar that serves elaborate kava, teas, and booze-free craft cocktails for anyone wanting a fun night out without the hangover! 

Pictured:

Witchy Woman: tequila alternative, blueberry, sage, lime, salt.

Strawberry Moon: non-alcohol spirit, strawberry, honey, lemon. 

Surfing on a Rocket: non-alcohol spirit, lavender, thyme, honey, lime, coconut, ginger, mineral water.

2. Gnarbucha 

Located in Atlantic Beach and brews Kombucha! Packed with refreshing sweet and tart flavors. Gnarbucha delivers healing probiotics and the invigorating benefits of healthy kombucha.

Booch line up - Blueberry, Lavender Lemonade, and Raspberry.

3. Posting House 

San Marco’s English inspired bar has a selection of non-alcoholic beverages such as local pour-over coffee, fine English-inspired tea and craft soda, and non-alcoholic craft beer.

Pictured: Non-Alcoholic craft beer from Athletic Brewing.

4. Orsay

French restaurant in Avondale carries The Simplicity, which is made with equal parts orange, pineapple and cranberry juice. It contains a splash of mint simple syrup and Sprite. It’s mixed in a cocktail shaker and served in a martini glass.  

5. BB’s

Southbank, you’ll find a drink called “Safe Sex on the Beach.” This beverage (which isn’t on the menu) consists of equal parts cranberry, orange and grapefruit juice. It’s brought to life with a splash of peach juice or peach puree. They also do Virgin Bloody Mary’s. 

6. Bistro Aix 

San Marco’s Bistro Aix offers Cucumber & Ginger Beer Fizz and Bistro Aix Berries & Cream made with muddled berries and cream soda.

or stay in & ditch the booze this January by poping open a bottle of SipCozy hemp-infused rosé

You’ll taste notes of herbal, floral, grapefruit - or is it floral, grapefruit, herbal? • sipcozy is refreshing, juicy and calming... no matter the note you taste first

Learn more + join the #dryjanuarychallenge at bit.ly/DryJanuaryChallengeJax

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