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Non-Alcohol Spirits

With wellness on the mind of almost every consumer, non-alcohol spirit beverages — also known as alcohol-free, spirit alternatives, or low ABV beverages— have emerged as a growing beverage category. This innovative profile allows those with alcohol-free lifestyles to have their share in the spirits industry and still enjoy the experience of a delicious craft cocktail.

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Did you know?

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Many consumers are limiting their alcohol intake due to rising interests in wellness trends and practices.

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By 2031, the non-alcoholic spirits market value is projected to reach $642.4 million.

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82% of non-alcoholic spirit consumers are also buying products containing alcohol.


Non-Alcohol Spirits

In recent years, the trend of alcohol-free spirits is on the rise, with companies and mixologists pursuing innovative and flavorful non-alcohol options to traditional spirits like gin, whiskey, vodka, and rum. Adding to its creativitiy, Non-Alcoholic Ready-to-Drink Cocktails, or "mocktails" have also claimed its own share in the market for sober-sipping without the extra work of mixing up a drink. Rise in consumer demand for non-alcohol spirit beverages lie in their ability to provide a sophisticated drinking experience without alcohol’s intoxicating effects. Whether you're looking for a classic gin alternative or to replace the base spirit in a margarita, for example, the experts at Flavorman are ready to help transform those ideas into a flavorful, spirit-free reality.

Key Considerations

  1. Non-alcohol spirits can also be used as a base for mocktails and other alcohol-free mixed drinks, making them a versatile and exciting addition to any bar or restaurant menu.
  2. Non-alcoholic Spirits can be made several different ways but must contain less than 0.5% ABV.
  3. Although the alcohol content in these alcohol-flavored beverages is typically below 0.1% vol., some residual alcohol may be expected from the use of food flavors, which are often dissolved and commercialized in alcoholic solutions.

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