A Few Of Our Favorite Things: Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Posted May 7, 2019
Alright. You have heard enough from us about beer, spirits and cocktails. But we swear that’s not all we drink! In fact, here are some of our favorite non-alcoholic beverages we’ve been sipping recently.
Honey Cinnamon Kick, Superior Switchel
Cinnamon combines with apple cider vinegar and honey to create a cider-like, ginger boost. Superior Switchel’s Honey Cinnamon Kick is a non-alcoholic elixir from the late 17th century, made with just four fresh ingredients.
Intrepid Traveler Coffee Cream Stout, Wellbeing Brewing Company
Have you tried a non-alcoholic beer yet? Wellbeing is the first non-alcoholic craft brewery solely dedicated to brewing beer with no alcohol (St. Louis proud!). So whether you are trying to be more health-conscious or want to drink responsibly, we suggest the Intrepid Traveler Coffee Cream Stout for the perfect blend of cold brew coffee and classic stout.
Traditional Piñon, New Mexico Piñon Coffee
Staying on the coffee train, New Mexico Piñon Coffee’s Traditional Piñon gives fresh notes of nuttiness combined with rich, smooth medium-roast Arabica coffee. Traditional Piñon is a true New Mexico favorite, which they have been brewing for over two decades!
Tulsi Original, Organic India
Tulsi, also known as holy basil, is an aromatic perennial plant native to the Indian subcontinent. With the right amount of spiciness and powerful Tulsi, Organic India has created a restorative, calming and energizing infusion we can sip all day.
Organic Blueberries and Honey Apple Cider Vinegar, Vermont Village
Have you hit the apple cider vinegar trend yet? Vermont Village has an extensive line of apple cider vinegar shots, but our favorite is Organic Blueberries and Honey. Made with only organic apple cider vinegar, honey and blueberries, we drink this as a shot or mix with water or seltzer.
Ski, Double Cola Company (or Excel Brewing as we know it)
Enough with all the healthy, good-for you stuff! We’re all from the Midwest, so we grew up sipping Ski from the next county over. Ski Citrus Soda was formulated in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but we better know it from Excel Bottling Company. If you could imagine Will Ferrel’s obnoxious kid from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby “I’m all jacked up on Mountain Dew” times 10, that is Ski. The neon yellow, sugar high soda is slowly taking over St. Louis, and if you are lucky, they are creeping into a store near you.
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