A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.
A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.

Will mocktails replace cocktails? Restaurants and bars in London, New York and Hong Kong prepare for a dry January – which lasts all year

Bars and restaurants in major cities are changing their cocktail menus to include non-alcoholic drinks as people begin to avoid alcohol due to its affect on physical and mental health

Topic |   Food and Drinks
A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.
A mocktail at Byrdi in Melbourne, Australia. Now bartenders are often creating non-alcoholic drinks to taste just like the alcoholic version.
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