Most people do crazy things after drinking alcohol, not after drinking alcohol-free beer!
Instead, I volunteered to run 26.2 miles after enjoying a couple of alcohol-free beers.
But it's all in a good cause.
Find out how my alcohol-free beer and running journey led me to signing up for London Marathon to raise funds for 3Food4U and what makes them such a great charity.
Everyone knows that wine is made from fermenting crushed grapes, so it would seem like a reasonable expectation that wine would be vegan. Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Find out why only some alcohol-free wines are vegan and along with ten of the best alcohol-free vegan wines to try.
One of the benefits of drinking alcohol-free is the reduced number of calories per drink. With a clever switch from a traditional alcoholic glass of wine to an alcohol-free glass of wine, you could save nearly 200 calories per serving. We pick our lowest calories alcohol free wines for you to try.
We all know that wine starts life as grape juice and is then fermented to produce alcohol and turn it into wine. However, if non-alcoholic wine has no alcohol, it’s not a surprise that some people ask What’s the difference between non-alcoholic wine and grape juice? Find out what makes these drinks so different.
Over the last few years in the UK there has been a large increase in people going alcohol free. I’m frequently asked Is alcohol free wine & beer really alcohol free? so I thought I’d explain how much alcohol is in these drinks and why the term alcohol-free can be confusing.