Whether it is to accomplish a sobriety challenge such as the Fondation Jean Lapointe 28 Days Without Alcohol Challenge during the month of February, or even for a simple desire for moderation, consumers benefit from an additional range of festive non-alcoholic drinks. more diverse.
Excellent non-alcoholic beers produced in Quebec are now on the market and some spirits are showing up. Do not hesitate to try them, you will be amazed!
HP Juniper, distilled at Champ Libre
Distilled in Montérégie and sold in grocery stores, this alcohol-free spirit with gin aromas is perfect for composing interesting mocktails. Very slightly sweet, it offers refreshing flavors of juniper, rosemary and lemon, spiced up with a peppery finish.
Spritz Veneziano by the Noroi Distillery
All joyful in her neon orange dress, this sparkling spritz is produced by Noroi, in Saint-Hyacinthe. With its sweet orange taste balanced by a frank bitterness, this is a chic aperitif to serve over ice, or to enjoy directly in its can.
The Reasonable of La Voie Maltée
In wheat beer, red or IPA version, La Raisonnable will charm you! With its complex and intriguing aromatic scents, its light texture and its delicate bubbles, we immediately adopt this beer, brewed in Saguenay.
Spirit of the Caribbean and Spirit of London
Two new products from the Noroi distillery in Saint-Hyacinthe: Esprit-des-Caraïbes, an alcohol-free rum, with delicate flavors of molasses and house spices, and Esprit-de-London, an alcohol-free gin with various aromatics, including juniper berry, coriander, angelica, elderflower, ginger, orange, lemongrass and lemon.
Ras L’Bock Extra-Light Matinee
Brewed in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, this excellent IPA beer proves that satisfaction can be found, even without alcohol in the can. Lively and refreshing with its hoppy scents, there is no reason to do without!
Alphonse of the Appalachian Distillery
Intriguing with its aromas of Labrador tea, chamomile, lime and ginger, Alphonse gin, distilled in Lévis, allows you to concoct original non-alcoholic cocktails full of flavor. Great pride! Alphonse has just won Silver at the Low & No Masters 2021, the first competition dedicated to alcohol-free spirits.
Gin Tonic Zero Jardin Verde
Little brother of Jardin Verde gin, distilled by BluePearl in Montreal, this alcohol-free gin and tonic with sweet aromas of mint and cucumber breaks records in freshness. Very light, very little sweet, you quickly become addicted, without any guilt!
Wow! Neipa alcohol free Le Bazaar
Without any compromise on taste or texture, this excellent alcohol-free Neipa-style beer, brewed in Montreal by Le Bazaar, will delight the biggest hop lovers. Lively and sparkling, the Wow! resolutely makes us turn our heads, without farting the ball!
Idea of sportsman Étienne Boulay, Atypique non-alcoholic cocktails in cans are available in four festive flavors: rum and cola, gin and tonic, spritz and mojito. They are light in calories and sugar, perfect for a toast to your health!
Fans of the Blainville brewery will recognize the Boréale touch in these brand new beers from the Hors trails series, non-alcoholic beers available in two versions, the blonde Pale Ale and the IPA. A great invitation to think outside the box!
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