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5 venues to visit for Mocktails for Dry January

Whether you’re starting ’22 with a health kick or taking on the Dry January challenge, the super selection of bars and restaurants on Liverpool’s waterfront are offering an array of non-alcoholic cocktails, so you can join in the fun and stick to your resolutions with ease. 

Here are five mocktails you can get your hands on throughout January in Liverpool.

The Long Shot

5 Mocktails to try for Dry January challenge

Unit 3, Britannia Pavilion, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD

Over at The Long Shot, Dry January challengers can revel in their options as they provide alcohol-free alternatives for their whole menu – simply ask one of the friendly faces behind the bar.

Highlights include the Cloud 9 which swaps Vodka and Prosecco with Acorn Dry and soda, adding dimension while keeping the kiwi flavour.

Revolucion de Cuba

5 Mocktails to try for Dry January challenge

Unit 17, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

With the sweet flavours of Havana heavily influencing their mocktails, Revolution de Cuba provides the ultimate getaway to escape the dreary January days.

Sunshine Swizzle, Mild-Mannered Mule and Virgin Zombie Slayer are just some of the mouth-watering booze-free drinks on offer.

Revolution

5 Mocktails to try for Dry January challenge

Atlantic Pavilion, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

Get into the Dry January spirit with the Dock’s resident cocktail and mocktail experts, Revolution.

Throughout the month, Revs is offering visitors two mocktails for £5, with non-alcoholic versions of the much-loved Pornstar Martini and Woo Woo to choose from as well as strawberry lemonade and Tropical Fizz, so you can enjoy yourself without the fear of tomorrow’s hangover.    

Turncoat Bar

30 Edward Pavilion, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

One of Liverpool’s favourite independent gin bars, Turncoat, boasts an amazing array of mocktails for when gin is unfortunately out of the question.

From Berry Cooler with elderflower and cranberry to Tropical Twist complete with pineapple and orange, these vibrant and fruity concoctions are a delicious addition to your day.

Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Stanley Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool L3 0AN

Whether you’re staying overnight or popping in for an evening, visitors to the iconic Titanic Hotel can choose from a selection of mouth-watering mocktails, including Strawberry Mule made with pineapple, lime, strawberries and ginger beer, and Passion Fruit Cooler complete with pineapple, cranberry, peach syrup, passion fruit syrup and lime. 

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