Brighton set to host its first Conscious Consumer Festival at The Open Market

Festival visitors will be able to sample low-to-no-alcohol craft beers, wines, spirits, low-sugar sodas, tonics and infusions

People will be able to try over 40 low-alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks at Brighton’s first Mindful Drinking Festival next week.

Club Soda brings the festival to The Open Market in London Road, Brighton on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th July.

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The free festival is supported by Noughty Alcohol Free Sparkling Wines and will include plenty of low and non-alcoholic drinks to try; cocktail masterclasses, beer tastings and beverage talks with local experts; and talks and panels from influencers and experts on changing consumer habits and healthier lifestyles.

The free two-day event will showcase over 40 low- and no-alcohol brands available

Club Soda founder Laura Willoughby MBE said: “A festival in Brighton is long overdue. We are delighted that this is our first big event after covid.

“You don’t have to be alcohol-free to come, you can just swap out a few booze for something a little healthier. Conscientiously or alcohol-free, we think you’ll find something you like.

Club Soda has stated that it is committed to creating a world in which people drink more mindfully and live well and that it helps individuals to:

Change their drinking habits by cutting back, taking a break or stopping for good

· Choose better non-alcoholic beverages by discovering the best low- and non-alcoholic brands

· Connect with others through online communities and events such as the Mindful Drinking Festival

Amanda Thomson, Founder of Noughty Alcohol Free Sparkling Wines, said, “It’s such a pleasure to partner with Club Soda for this inspired festival. Brighton is the perfect summer location for our non-alcoholic bubbles. We can’t wait to pop some corks with everyone in the Southeast! »

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