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Mocktail Beverages, which launched in the UK last year, has set out its plans for expansion. 

Alcohol-free brewer, Big Drop, has teamed up with four leading Nordic breweries to launch a limited-edition range of 0.5% abv collaboration brews.

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has produced new guidance around the labelling of low and no alcohol drinks, as a record number of Brits explore low and no products. 

American alcohol-free mixed drink brand Mocktails is aiming to add four new drinks to its range in 2021.

McGuigan Wines has kicked off 2021 with a partnership with The Three Drinkers and their ‘Mind, Sense & Soul: Life Hacks for a Calmer 2021’ campaign, with focus on its alcohol-free range, McGuigan Zero.

Drop Bear Beer Co has revealed plans to build a dedicated alcohol-free brewery.

Diageo launches Gordon's 0.0%

21 December, 2020

Diageo GB has launched a new alcohol-free Gordon’s 0.0%.

Guinness will be joined by an alcohol-free variant.

Ed Gerard has left his role as head of wines, spirits, cigars and pharmacy at Harrods, to move into the Low and No-Alcohol sector.

Warner’s Distilery is launching its first non-alcoholic spirits.

North South Wines has added to its low and no alcohol portfolio with La Gioiosa 0.0%, an alcohol-free sparkling wine.

A collection of drinks described as “the UK’s first myco-adaptogenic alcohol-free beers” is set to launch this September.

Waitrose & Partners is reporting a surge in low and no alcohol sales.

Matthew Jukes is adding a limited-edition Summer Rosé variant to hits “sophisticated drinks range”, Jukes Cordialities.

Seedlip is launching its RTD cans in a four-pack format, following the success of its canned variant launched earlier this year.

Aldi has launched its first alcohol-free spirit.

Ish Spirits has joined forces with Oto CBD bitters to create a mindful cocktail for consumers to try at home.

A no and low alcohol drinks producer has extended into the RTD sector.

Big Drop Brewing Co, has revealed a new design of its range of non-alcoholic beers.

The low and no-alcohol beer sector is predicted to grow at least 6% each year in the UK to 2023, according to the latest research by IWSR.

More than 50% of alcohol drinkers claim to have tried a low-alcohol product, but a further 13% say they do not recall seeing one available for sale anywhere, according to a survey conducted by YouGov for The Portman Group.

An advertorial for a drink that claims it can treat hangovers has been found in breach of the Advertising Standards Authority’s Code of Practice.

Big Drop Brewing is launching a crowdfunding campaign with the aim of making its alcohol-free craft beers more accessible in the UK, as well as planning to expand globally.

Strongbow has unveiled its first “ultra-low” alcohol cider, with a 0.5% abv product aligned with its Dark Fruit variant.

Brewdog has expanded its range of alcohol-free beers while also adding an alcohol-free cider from Hawkes cider.

Drygate Brewing Co has launched a citrus alcohol-free beer created to “boost battered immune systems across the UK”.

Thatchers Cider has introduced its first alcohol-free cider, Zero.

Beer Hawk Fresh has announced it will now distribute Fix8 Kombucha, giving retailers the chance to offer freshly-fermented kombucha in both bottle and keg.

Low and no alcohol producers are gearing up for a record number of consumers embracing Dry January this year, with a raft of campaigns targeting those looking to reduce their alcohol intake.