Sober curious? Meet Brookie’s new alcohol-free premixes
Byron Bay-based distillery Brookies has been quenching Australia with its premium range of spirits for decades. Its latest beverage launch offers the same smooth flavours and luxe sip – but this time without the alcohol. Brookie’s Free Spirited is the latest non-alcoholic premix that’s ready to add balance to your drinking repertoire.
Over the past few years, alcohol-free drinks have skyrocketed in popularity as many opt to drink less but better. This new sober-curious culture has given way to a slate of alcohol-less – yet flavourful – beers, spirits and premixes. Formulated with an alcohol-inspired taste and delicious varieties, alcohol-free bevvies boast the same social and ritual aspects of your usual knock-off drink.
Most recently, the beloved distillery Brookies has finally launched its take on alcohol-free drinks. Free Spirited – by name and nature – are non-alcoholic premixes that have bottled all the fare of your classic cocktail experience. Pick from two flavours – the G&T with pink grapefruit, influenced by Brookie’s famous classic dry gin and tonic drink, and the Blood Orange Spritz, which is underscored by a hint of bitterness making it ideal for aperitivo hour.
Expertly balanced with Brookie’s renowned rainforest botanical distillate, citrus and no stevia, the new booze-free sips are brewed to capture the acidity, sweetness and depth of alcohol for a seamless and satisfying swap.
For Brookie’s CEO and co-Founder Eddie Brook, these new additions to Brookie’s already successful range of premixes make the distillery’s commitment to craft and quality holistic. “Without getting too Byron Bay yogi centric on you, balance in life is important and there are times in our lives when we take a break from alcohol, Brookie’s is here to keep your vibes high and your spirit free,” he said.
Find Free Spirited premixes wherever Brookie’s is sold or online and savour this new blend of botanicals.
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