The Zero Alcohol Awards 2016

Zero-Alcohol-Awards-LogoSo the alcohol industry is probably  hoping this is some April Fools’ joke but I’m happy  to say that the Zero Alcohol Awards is definitely real 🙂  Here is the list of nominee’s from Alcohol Concern.

Congratulations to our shortlisted nominees.

The Zero Alcohol Awards sponsored by Britvic are the first of their kind to recognise and reward the range of zero alcohol drinks provided by retailers, bars and pubs across the country, alongside the innovators bringing new products to the market and creating new environments to enjoy them in.

Best Bar/Pub Award

  • All Bar One
  • Browns
  • Pitcher and Piano

Best Multiple Retailer

  • Asda
  • M&S
  • Sainsbury’s
  • Tesco
  • Waitrose

Best Independent Retailer

  • The Alcohol Free Shop
  • Dry Drinker

Best New Product

  • Belvoir Elderflower and Rose Cordial
  • Fentimans Cherry Cola
  • Frobishers Classics: Apple Pear and Elderflower
  • Frobishers Classics: Sparkling Raspberry
  • Green Lady Sparkling Tea
  • Nix&Kix Cool Cucumber and Fresh Mint
  • Peter Spanton Drinks
  • Seedlip
  • Rochester Ginger

Best Zero Alcohol Award Initiative

  • Dry Bars: The Brink, Liverpool; Redemption, London; Sobar, Nottingham
  • Dry Scene
  • Morning Gloryville
  • Warsteiner Fresh partnership with Jurgen Klopp

People’s Choice Award: Favourite Drink

  • Bavaria 0% Beer
  • Becks Blue
  • Belvoir
  • Bottlegreen
  • Shloer

People’s Choice Award: Favourite Location

  • The Alcohol Free Shop, Manchester
  • The Arkle Manor Bar, Surrey
  • The Crown, Henlow
  • Granger & Co., Kings Cross
  • Sobar, Nottingham
  • Strada, Nationwide

So lots of good recommendations in that list for things to drink, places to buy & go visit 🙂

Winner’s announcement here:

The winners of the Zero Alcohol Awards 2016 sponsored by Britvic have been announced.

9 thoughts on “The Zero Alcohol Awards 2016

  1. I wish wish wish someone would bring back Aqua Libra, I loved it and when I was young and out drinking I frequently chose to have this over alcohol. Gonna google it now, it’ll probably tell me it was alcoholic ha ha.

    1. Hey Ginger Groundhog Thank you for reading and commenting on my blog 🙂 I remember Aqua Libra too! If you find it let me know.

  2. Hiya guys,

    I couldn’t find an official email for you, so hopefully this reaches you. I am a student in Bath who’s set up a brand called Alternative Bath. One of my main motives for this initiative was to give students an opportunity to enjoy Bath creatively without relying on poisoning their bodies with alcohol in order to have fun.

    I personally haven’t drunk any alcohol for nearly 3 years now, as a form of protest, and not that I expect every student to follow suit, it’s still a good opportunity to show students that they can have a great time without it. Some of my events have included a moving silent disco, Dancewalk, through the streets of Bath. And I’m also starting a morning rave workout, with no booze at all.

    I was just wandering if you could support my project in any way, or offer some formal form of recognition or award for the work I’m doing? It would not only help boost my brand, but also would help my grade for my module. Let me know 🙂

    Thanks
    Cody Moir

    1. Hi Cody Thanks for reading and commenting on my blog! As flattered as I am that you think I am someone of influence my best advice would be to contact some of the big boys in the field such as Alcohol Concern (who have recently merged with Alcohol Research UK) and also consider the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) or James Morris at Alcohol Policy UK. Would be happy to showcase your module when it’s done 🙂 Lou

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