More Seattle bars are offering mocktails with zero- and low-proof ingredients like Oddfellow’s Pathfinder Collins, made with Pathfinder’s amaro-like, hemp-distilled nonalcoholic spirit. | The Derschang Group
Seattle bars and restaurants are becoming more inclusive of the sober and sober-curious crowd. Thanks to a boom in the zero-proof industry over the last two years, bartenders have an increasing number of tools to make elaborate cocktails for those who don’t drink, whether that’s for Dry January, or just the next round.
Capitol Hill bar Life on Mars has a nonalcoholic cocktail menu for the month, featuring drinks made with ingredients from zero-proof spirit companies like
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