6 Non-Alcoholic Brews for New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve may traditionally call for downing a tipple or two (or three… or four) but we think these six non-alcoholic brews are a better way to usher in the new year.

Not only will you be avoiding the dreaded hangover (although if you have imbibed a little too much then this breakfast recipe may help!), you’ll also start the year fresh and ready to take on 2021.

Here are six non-alcoholic brews recipes that are perfect for your New Year’s Eve celebrations.

6 Non-Alcoholic Brews for New Year’s Eve

Mulberry Water Kefir

Non-Alcoholic Brews for New Year’s Eve

If you have a mulberry tree, then you may well be swimming in mulberries at this time of year. And what a better time than summer holidays to enjoy mulberries a multiple of ways.

Whether it’s mulberry piemulberry pancakesmulberry ice cream or mulberry smoothie, this humble berry also makes a delicious mulberry water kefir.

Full recipe here.

Kombucha

Non-Alcoholic Brews for New Year’s Eve

As far as alternative health drinks go, kombucha has hit a popularity peak and is now available in most supermarkets. However, there are plenty of reasons why you’re better off making it at home.

Full recipe here.

Easy Ginger Beer

Non-Alcoholic Brews for New Year’s Eve

When it comes to fermented drinks, most people think kombucha or water kefir, but good old-fashioned easy ginger beer can be just as beneficial for gut health.

Start with cultivating your ginger bug and then you’re good to go whipping up a batch of ginger beer.

Full recipe here.

Raw Mandarin Shrub Recipe

Never heard of fruit “scrub”? A shrub is simply an old-fashioned fermented fruit drink (used like a cordial). Check out this simple mandarin shrub recipe from fermentation guru and author of ‘Ferment’, Holly Davis.

Full recipe here.

Pink Fizzy Rhubarb Champagne

Technically not strictly “non-alcoholic”, rhubarb champagne is a fun and creative way of using up your surplus rhubarb.

Rhubarb champagne is a delectable, sweet, refreshing, ever so slightly alcoholic, fizzy beverage, which you can easily make at home. The darker your rhubarb the pinker your brew will turn out.

Full recipe here.

Apricot and Peach Fruit Wine

peach fruit wine recipe

Again, another sweet, slightly alcoholic recipe, this peach fruit wine is ideal for those hot summer days. Choose seasonal, ripe and semi-ripe fruits with some acidity, which will improve the mix.

Full recipe here.

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