Here Are 15 Non-Alcoholic Canned Drinks To Try If You’re Doing Dry January
If you (like me) are craving a moment of clarity (especially after Christmas celebrations), participating in Dry January is the way to go. The month-long challenge invites you to temporarily bid farewell to alcohol in hopes of self-discovery and improved health, which are both very beneficial to your general well-being.Though serviceable to yourself, Dry January can become even more of a challenge to not feel left out when all your pals are drinking. Mocktails can be great, but the non-alcoholic beverages scene is growing in popularity, meaning you don’t have to actually bartend your own sips each round.Check out these 9 non-alcoholic canned drinks that are great for toting to your friends’ places or seasonal parties!
This non-alcoholic canned drink presents an unconventional infusion of olive oil and citrus. It passed our taste test with flying colors because it is oh-so flavorful, but still balanced. We love that it's not marketed as a 'mocktail,' either – it doesn't leave anyone out, making it the perfect companion for Dry January.
Crafted to emulate the flavors of a smooth Mexican cerveza, this non-alcoholic canned drink is bursting with notes of fresh lime and salt. Pair a can with some homemade grilled chicken tacos, and you're ready to tackle anything.
This NA brew has *all* the hops with zero alcohol (and the subsequent hangover). It's a refreshing sip that will leave you feeling cool and confident this Dry or Damp January! This non-alcoholic canned drink is especially great for those with more active lifestyles or fitness goals, because it allows enough room for a casual drink without setting back any progress.
The non-alcoholic canned drinks that Mockly offers don't skimp on real flavor. This tonic in particular highlights ginger, pomegranate, lemon, apple, and rosemary to emulate that of a cocktail, but there's no booze.
Fruit juices and botanicals form each sip of this bubbly non-alcoholic canned drink. The Mingle brand has several other drink varieties that are meant to emulate traditional cocktails like cosmos and mules – 0% ABV-style.
Ghia leans heavily into Mediterranean apéritif culture without going heavy on the alcohol. Each of their zero-proof cans can be sipped alone or with their original Non-Alcoholic Apéritiffor a light and dry drink anytime. We love this can because the design feels particularly fancy!
This unique IPA from RationAle Brewing doesn't have any alcohol in the can, but is full on flavor. It delivers citrusy, fruitiness alongside hints of hops that still aid in a fun time! We drink this can on the regular – just make sure it's super cold for maximum enjoyment.
Katy Perry's NA canned drink brand, De Soi, has tons of options for Dry January. Founded alongside award-winning master distiller, Morgan McLachlan, their variety of aperitif flavors range from rosé to champagne – with none of the alcohol. This easy starter pack serves as a nice introduction to De Soi with four different profiles to sip on.
If you like sweet drinks, this non-alcoholic canned drink is the one for you! It's flowing with tastes of peach and mango alongside organic adaptogens, natural nootropics, and functional botanicals that have stress-relieving and mood-boosting properties that won't leave you feeling yucky the next morning.
When it comes to drinks, you really can't beat a margarita. But, this Dry January, branch out and try this NA version that's ideal for social gatherings and tailgates.
This non-alcoholic canned drink crafted with kenshō is reminiscent of a traditional gin and tonic. Where it strays from the status quo, though, is its zero-proof properties that still leave you feeling refreshed.
White Claw found that 69% of people who drink alcohol – including 81% of Gen Z-ers and 78% of millennials – are interested in a “sober curious” or “damp” lifestyle in the new year. That's why they recently launched a 0% ABV product to target those who want to drink less or not at all in 2024!
White Claw 0% Alcohol comes in Black Cherry Cranberry, Mango Passion Fruit, Peach Orange Blossom, and Lime Yuzu.
United Sodas of America, aside from being drop-dead gorgeous, offer a healthy alternative to alcohol to drink during Dry January. Every can has zero chemicals or artificial flavoring, is low-calorie, but full on flavor.
Shiner just introduced their first-ever non-alcoholic canned drink, the Shiner Rode0. This zero-proof drink tastes just like a a classic American lager! If you're craving a sip full of malty, hoppy notes, this is your perfect pick for Dry Jan.
This cheerful NA can still brings the fun! The 'Bright AF' IPA from Brew Dog and Sunnyside's collaboration is only 20 calories and 2.3g of carbs per can, too. Sip on the notes of citrus, pine, and floral to discover the yumminess yourself.
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This post has been updated.
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Creative Assistant, Meredith Holser, is B+C's resident food writer, photographer, and TikTok taker. Meredith writes about a range of topics for B+C, but she's adopted food writing in all its many facets for the last year. You can see her work published in Do214, Advocate Magazine, WFAA, and North Texas Daily. Meredith's passion for photography began after sneaking her mom's iPhone to take pictures of flowers on vacation, eventually evolving from a passion to a professional career. Outside of work, you can catch Meredith hiking, trying new recipes, and dreaming about having a yummy little treat.