Tag: non-alcoholic

Better-for-you brews

Tribe Breweries is promoted as one of Australia’s largest independent brewers. It claims to be home to the largest number of independent craft beers as a contract brewer and also has a...

Endeavour Group’s zero alcohol sales soar

Endeavour Group continues to see “strong demand” in zero alcohol drinks. Across the Group’s retail stores, Dan Murphy’s and BWS, sales of zero alcohol products have grown more than 150% in the last...

Rehydrate with Wilde’s isotonic beer

Wilde has launched Wilde Isotonic, promoted as Australia’s first brewed isotonic non-alcoholic electrolyte drink. According to the better-for-you drinks brand, Wilde Isotonic is a healthier non-alcoholic beer or sports drink alternative that...

Beverages bring back the joy

Does your beverage offering spark joy? If not, it might be time to declutter your fridges. You don’t need to go all Marie Kondo on your store, but it’s worth evaluating whether...

First ZERO% by Dan Murphy’s bar opens

Dan Murphy’s has today opened the doors to its very first bar, ZERO% by Dan Murphy’s in Hampton, Melbourne. Patrons can choose from a menu of over 30 zero alcoholic* drinks to...

Bottoms up! (minus the alcohol)

The non-alcoholic beverages category is up 39.3% in dollar value in the Australian grocery channel (IRI, Quantium MAT 30/11/21, supplied by Edenvale). Talking to Convenience World, AVL Wines Global Marketing Director Ben Turner...

Box Mixers mix up natural cocktails

What if I said you could have the sophistication of a Cosmo, paired with natural flavours? Box Mixers announce its new range of zero alcohol cocktail mixers, made from all-natural flavours, crafted to...

The bevs without alcohol movement taking over Dry July

Alcohol sales are on the decline, as Aussies attempt to make a turn-around after over-indulging in the alcoholic beverages through isolation. A healthier option that they are turning to includes that of the...
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