Top Zero Proof Cocktail Offerings Around Australia this Dry July
Pledging to go dry this July? We have you covered!
Never miss a social event or the taste of alcohol with these top zero-proof cocktails found across Australia.
Mocktail, non-alcoholic, virgin… we call it zero-proof!
Inspired by the classics and produced with the locals, no matter whether you’re in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra or Brisbane – they’re near you.
Lona Misa – South Yarra
Explore a timeless scene with Latin loved persuasions to revel amongst friends whilst enjoying a lively Latin Bar without sacrificing on beverage choices. House favourite? Purple Lavender. Curated with purple lavender acai, purple corn kombucha and Strangelove tonic; it certainly is not one to miss.
ALIBI – Woolloomooloo
Alibi Bar and Kitchen is your perfect excuse to socialise amongst friends and family and enjoy dry July whilst in a design-led destination cocktail bar. Our favourite is inspired by the infamous Tequila Sunrise; we present our zero-proof option, Hibiscus Sunrise. Made for those who like a little kick, enjoy the combination of mango, jalapeno, hibiscus topped up with bubbles.
Mister Percy – Pyrmont
Despite Mister Percy’s recognition as Pyrmont’s Neighbourhood Wine Bar, they boast an extensive list of must try cocktails, including zero-proof options. Next time you’re there for Live Jazz Thursdays, order the Espresso Mocktini. Trust us!
MONSTER – Canberra
Monster Bar and Kitchen, a Canberran favourite, is now the perfect spot for a zero-proof cocktail. For all gin fanatics partaking in Dry July, we recommend the Seedlip Southside. Using the well-recognised non-alcoholic Gin substitute, Seedlip, this zero-proof cocktail is a combination of mint, lemon, lychee, apple and Seedlip Garden. Refreshing!
ZA ZA TA – The Valley
Encounter the exotic with ZA ZA TA’s Vanilla Pash Rok! Following in theme with ZA ZA TA’s Tel Aviv-inspired cocktails, this zero-proof cocktail is the perfect combination of sweet and sour. Celebrating fresh produce with passionfruit rap kombucha, fresh lime, vanilla, fresh mint, passion fruit garnished with a dehydrated lemon.
The Inchcolm Bar – Spring Hill
Bringing back the golden age of dining to Brisbane with timeless classics and edible prescriptions. A carefully crafted drinks menu pays tribute to a bygone era when cocktails were clinically endorsed, martinis and spirits were king, and bartenders celebrated. Honouring the tradition for Dry July, the team have created a martini-inspired mocktail highlighting the perfect combination of elderflower and cucumber.