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Chris Simmonds has options for those who want to ring in the new year without a hangover.
Ceremony — a dry bottle shop — opened its first location in Virginia Beach in May; it offers curated alcohol-free beers, wines, spirits and mixers. Ceremony’s ready-to-drink selection is good for nondrinkers, expectant mothers, people taking medications and people living sober.
In 2010, an Australia-based non-profit called Life Education spearheaded “Ocsober,” a lifestyle and fundraising movement geared toward the organization’s mission of preventative health care and drug education.
Ceremony is a curation of non-alcoholic alternatives to beer, wine, and spirits, mixers and bitters. Combine that with sustainable bar accessories and Ceremony is Hampton Road’s and Richmond’s first dry bottle shop with zero waste.
Ceremony, a new, non-alcoholic beverage store located inside Less Than at 1 N. Lombardy Street, curates non-alcoholic beer, wine, spirits, bitters and mixers for drink-making at home for those who are sober or sober curious. All products are offered in sustainable packaging.
Dry January is just around the corner, so celebrate with Ceremony, Southeastern Virginia’s first (oxymoronic sounding) dry bottle shops, curating alcohol-free wines, beers and spirits plus mixers, mocktail accessories and recipes for both home imbibers and pro bartenders.
Sobriety doesn’t have to be spooky when you drink with Ceremony’s new non-alcoholic options. Ceremony is a company that gives people a new way for people to think sober for the month of October.