Non-alcoholic beverages

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Are you expecting, are you the Bob driving everyone home safely or do you just not want to drink alcohol for a while?’s non-alcoholic beverages are the answer then. With over eight years of experience as a non-alcoholic specialist, we have an exclusive range of
non-alcoholic wine
non-alcoholic cocktails
and more. Our non-alcoholic drinks are not available in the supermarket, and recommended by Hamersma. Check out our selection of vegan and organic wine in the webshop.

What are non-alcoholic beverages?

Non-alcoholic beverages refer to the non-alcoholic versions of known alcoholic beverages. Examples include non-alcoholic wine or non-alcoholic cocktails. Alcohol-free does not always mean 0.0% or without alcohol. In fact, non-alcoholic wine may contain up to 0.5% alcohol. So if you really want to drink 0.0% alcohol, you need to read the label carefully.

How are non-alcoholic beverages made?

Basically, non-alcoholic beverages are first produced in the normal way, that is, with alcohol. In wine, for example, grape sugars from the fruit are converted into alcohol through a fermentation process. This process is necessary for the non-alcoholic beverage, as the alcohol imparts flavor to the product. Then they extract the alcohol from the wine using innovative techniques. The most popular method is vacuum distillation. Under low pressure and at room temperature, the wine is pulled into a vacuum, causing the alcohol to evaporate. However, the important sugar, acids and minerals are preserved. Another popular method is through reverse osmosis. This technique involves running all the components of the wine (the alcohol, flavorings and water) through a very thin filter. This leaves the alcohol behind. Ultimately, non-alcoholic wine may still have a maximum of 0.5% alcohol. Distillation is used to produce non-alcoholic gin, rum, vodka or whiskey. How much alcohol remains in these nonalcoholic beverages varies from one beverage to another. In some cases, no alcohol is created completely; in other cases, a small percentage of alcohol remains. A maximum percentage of 0.5% applies to these non-alcoholic beverages as well.

Non-alcoholic beverages are trendy and hip

Non-alcoholic beverages are on a meteoric rise. As a consumer these days, you won’t be looked at strangely if you order a non-alcoholic rosé or mojito. People even applaud it if you haven’t had a drink for a while, like Dry January. This has to do with the health trend going on at the moment. People are conscious of their health and want to start their day as fit as possible. A huge hangover obviously does not help this. In addition, more and more Dutch people are taking advantage of the opportunity to enjoy lunch with others, both for work and personal reasons. This does not always include an alcoholic beverage. Instead of water or cola, the surprising flavor combinations of non-alcoholic beverages are the ideal solution here.

Non-alcoholic beverages during pregnancy

Drinking alcohol is strongly discouraged during pregnancy. This is because the alcohol reaches the unborn child through the bloodstreams. This inhibits the baby’s development in a negative way. However, if you still feel like a tasty cocktail or wine during pregnancy, simply order one of the non-alcoholic drinks on For example, choose alcohol-free prosecco or make an alcohol-free mojito with alcohol-free gin. Alcohol-free champagne is also a great gift for a pregnant friend or family member at a baby shower.

With non-alcoholic beverages behind the wheel

Being unable to drive home due to too much alcohol on is a thing of the past thanks to non-alcoholic drinks. With the non-alcoholic drinks, it is even possible to drink a full bottle and get behind the wheel without any problems. Ideal if you want to stay sharp during a business lunch or meeting. Drinking non-alcoholic beverages is also not an issue when taking medication. That way you enjoy the pleasures but not the burdens.

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