Sober Curious? Tips to have you mixing non-alcoholic drinks long after Dry January

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When the first “Dry January” took place in 2013, 4,000 people took part. Now more than 130,000 people are estimated to abstain for the month. That said, Dry January is just a small part of a growing trend towards a sober curious lifestyle — and with more and more people opting to stop or lessen their alcohol consumption, many are looking to non-alcoholic spirits, like Seedlip, to sip on at happy hours, parties and at home. Beyond just those at the bar, those behind it are leaning into pouring as much creativity into non-alcoholic cocktails as those with an ABV, too. Here’s what to keep in mind if you’re mixing up your own at home.

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