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Non-alcoholic beverages in Chattanooga

Trying Dry January? Check out these delicious NA drinks to sip in the Scenic City.

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Are you taking part in Dry January this year?

Whether you’re sober curious, completely sober, or just want to be able to drink with friends who are, we’re listing a few spots in Chattanooga that are serving up delicious mocktails, non-alcoholic beers, and more. We’ll have a non-alcoholic cheers to that. 🍻

Mocktails

Flying Squirrel | Pair an order of garlic fries with Flying Squirrel’s seasonal mocktail.

Easy Bistro & Bar | Easy Bistro serves up four delicious mocktails — the Sober Sunset is probably our favorite (and definitely Instagramable).

The Social | Try one of The Social’s three mocktails, with the option to add local CBD to your non-alcoholic drink.

Clever Alehouse | This Red Bank bar offers a rotating selection of seasonal mocktails and one or two non-alcoholic canned beers.

Wooden City | Check out one of this downtown restaurant’s zero proof cocktails (we’re hoping to try the Pineapple Daiquiri).

The Rosecomb | Rosecomb’s official mocktail menu recently dropped with some delicious warming, herbaceous, and floral mocktails.

Unknown Caller | Sip on a mocktail (like the Ginger Spice) from this popular downtown bar.

NA beers + canned drinks

Barley Chattanooga | Barley has a variety of canned non-alcoholic drinks available like a Mexican-style light brew, West Coast IPA, CBD sparkling water, and D8 infused seltzers.

Cherry Street Tavern | This local bar offers canned CBD drinks and low ABV cocktail options.

Bonus: If you’re hitting 2023 with a double whammy of Dry Janurary and Veganuary, stop by Cherry Street Tavern on Friday, Jan. 20 for a pop-up by Final Girl Vegan Food starting at 6 p.m.

OddStory Brewing Co. | This local brewery is currently serving two non-alcoholic canned beers — Run Wild IPA and Athletic Lite.

The Bitter Alibi | Try one of the non-alcoholic canned beers offered, like a mango dragonfruit fruited sour or Company Pils, or grab a Kombucha.

Clever Alehouse | This Red Bank bar offers a rotating selection of seasonal mocktails and one or two non-alcoholic canned beers.

Other NA beverages

State of Confusion | Try an Agua Fresca, a non-alcoholic drink popular in Mexico in flavors like strawberry basil and cherry limeade.

Honeyseed | This recently opened spot features a variety of non-acoholic beverages, from Instagram-recommended charcoal lemonade (thanks for the tip, @tammiheflin) to red sangria Agua Fresca.

The Tap House | Head to St. Elmo for house-made root beer and butter beer on tap, plus a variety of other specialty sodas.

Bonus: Instagram user @j.worm444 told us that she started a sober group that sometimes meets at The Tap House, Scenic City Sober Social. The group welcomes all steps of sobriety, from sober curious to those who have never had a drink before.

The Facebook group is private to keep the privacy of those who choose to be anonymous in their sobriety.

Learn

Wanna get sober curious from the comfort of home? Check out this Mocktails 101 webinar with The Chattery and Kaleena Goldsworthy-Warnock of The Bitter Bottle, where you’ll learn how to make a shruba concentrated syrup that combines fruit, sugar, and vinegar — and how to combine flavors to create a delicious at-home mocktail.

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