Whether you’re looking to lose weight, boost to your wellness routine, stave off hangovers and sluggish Monday mornings, keep up your sobriety while still being social, or simply want to more consciously choose when to drink alcohol, the Zero Proof Movement is for you. You may have heard terms like Sober Curious, Dry January, Sober October, Mindful Mixology, Sober Rave, No-Alcohol Bars, etc., and they all point to this growing sense that you can have fun without the guilt, fun without the booze.
Below is an ever evolving list of articles, books, podcasts, groups, etc., to help you find your place in this growing movement. Email us at email@example.com for more information or to recommend additional resources we should include.
1. Community: For All Drinks
A great website that helps you discover non-alcoholic drinks through events, podcasts, guides, mocktail recipes, and a community to connect with — their podcast has interviews with stalwarts and newcomers in the Zero Proof movement and I highly recommend it.
2. Blog: The Zero Proof
A blog dedicated to exploring booze-free culture. Their site contains a wealth of products review, recipes, industry news, and city-guides.
3. Book: Good Drinks
Good Drinks: Alcohol-Free Recipes for When You’re Not Drinking for Whatever Reason, written by former Bon Appétit editor Julia Bainbridge, was published this fall.
4. Support: Sober Black Girls Club
A group for Black women who are considering putting the bottle down.
5. Community: Club Soda
Club Soda is part of the mindful drinking movement and its members want to change their drinking, whether moderating or going alcohol-free. Oh, and you’re welcome to join even if you’ve never had a drop of alcohol in your life. They’re based in the UK, but their members are all over the world.