Low alcohol drinks

The Driest Christmas Ever?

10th December 2020

Sales of low and no-alcohol drinks are skyrocketing so are we looking at the driest Christmas ever? We have been going through a year unlike any other. Ever since the coronavirus hit, it has impacted our daily lives. Now it’s also affecting those annual events and holidays we celebrate every year. Many cancelled their trips…

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Alcohol cheap as coffee

A Week’s Booze For The Price Of A Coffee

3rd December 2020

Shocking research shows that the maximum recommended week’s booze ration can be bought for the price of a coffee. When it comes to buying alcohol, price can be a deciding factor for many people. Times are hard right now and money is tight. Many are wondering if there are more important things they could spend…

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Scotrail Train

Scotrail Closes Doors On Booze on Trains

28th November 2020

Scotrail is stopping alcohol consumption on trains and in stations Scotrail has announced there will be no booze on trains in a response to the coronavirus outbreak. However, it may only be a temporary measure. All the way through the pandemic, people have had to live with restrictions. We have seen pubs, bars, and restaurants…

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Virus Outbreak New Jersey

Catastrophic Death Toll In India Linked To Illegal Alcohol

28th November 2020

In what could only be called a national tragedy, the continent of South Asia has been rocked by news that around 100 people in India have died from drinking illegally made alcohol. In the north of the country Punjabi police carried out a swift, definitive response, swooping down and carrying out mass series of over…

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Drunk driver being breathalised

Coffee Cup Leads Cops to Drink Driver Hiding In Chicken Farm

26th November 2020

They say, if you consume to excess and get behind the wheel, you are certain to be found out in the end. But who could have predicted a drunk driver, evading the scene of the crime, would be found in, of all places, a chicken farm? If that were not enough, it would take a…

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Scottish Parliament bollards

Drunk Driver Lucky Not To Be Shot

24th November 2020

A drunk driver was lucky not to be shot when they crashed into an anti-terror bollard. Everybody knows it’s foolish to get behind the wheel when drinking. You are literally taking your life in your hands and could harm innocent people in the process. However, for a drunk driver in Edinburgh it almost had even…

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Inside of an illegal drinking den in Ireland

Rise of Illegal Drinking Dens In Ireland

19th November 2020

Police in Ireland are concerned about a rise in illegal drinking dens. Police in Ireland are concerned about a rise in the number of illegal drinking dens especially in the time of Covid-19. Every time the people in power make up a new rule, or impose a restriction, somebody breaks it. People refuse to be…

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The harm of drinking alcohol

Report Shows COVID Increasing Possibility Of Alcohol Harm

14th November 2020

You do not have to go far to see how coronavirus has impacted our daily lives. The UK has seen a rise in anxiety levels, as concerns about the future, and how the crisis may play out, preys on everybody’s minds. A new report, compiled by the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) and the Scottish…

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Pint of beer

Do You Live In the City With The Most Hangovers & What Can We Do About Them?

12th November 2020

How many times have you woken up, after a heavy night drinking and told yourself `never again`. Your head is splitting! You feel weak as a kitten and your stomach is turning ten to the dozen. You are feeling `tired and emotional`, and wonder why you inflicted this punishment on yourself? We have all been…

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Beer being poured into a glass

New Myco-adaptogens Beers Could Be Future Of Alcohol-Free drinking

10th November 2020

It seems every day we are seeing the latest advances in the low or non-alcohol beer market. But the industry is buzzing with the release of a series of drinks called Britain’s first-ever ‘myco-adaptogenic’ alcohol-free beers. It is ironic that a revolutionary new product should be derived from an ancient ingredient, which has been around…

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