These non-alcoholic drinks are all the fun without the hangover

Torri Donley

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When thinking up cocktails and drinks, non-alcoholic beverages probably don’t immediately pop into your head — but they should! Maybe you’re the designated driver or trying to avoid a nasty hangover. Or maybe you simply don’t drink alcohol at all. Whatever the case, there are a ton of great non-alcoholic beverage alternatives to consider adding to your home bar.

From liquor alternatives to sparkling wine and malty beer, you aren’t going to want to overlook these alcohol-free beverages.

Check out three of our favorite non-alcoholic drinks below (that are all available on Amazon) and watch this week’s episodes of “Add To Cart” to learn more. Cheers!

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If you’re a whiskey lover, you can still enjoy your Old Fashion or Sazerac cocktail by simply replacing your go-to whiskey with this non-alcoholic alternative. With notes of caramel, oak and smoke, this whiskey is 10 calories per servings and sure to look at home on any bar cart.

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Trying to skip the morning hangover but still pop bottles? Sutter Home’s non-alcoholic champagne is perfect for those that want to sip on bubbly without the subsequent headache. With notes of green apples and pears and “hints of berry and peach,” this crisp wine is ideal for any celebration.

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