What should you drink in a pub if you are a nonalcoholic person hanging out with alcoholic friends? This is always a big question. The popular choice will be soda or a mocktail. Iced tea or coffee can be a healthy alternative to soda. These choices are boring anyway. They constantly make you feel like you don't belong to the place. Your bartender can make so many tasty and refreshing non-alcoholic cocktails. All you have to do is ask him. Don't settle for less!
Check fifteen such nonalcoholic drinks you can order at a pub. Note that the bartenders in your country may not know these drinks. Some cocktails are popular in USA, and some in UK, and others in the other parts of the world. If you are really interested in a cocktail, note down the ingredients, and tell your bartender to make you one.
1.Saint Clement's Cocktail
Saint Clement's is a nonalcoholic drink. The cocktail's two primary ingredients are fresh orange juice and bitter lemon mixed in equal parts. Slices of lemon and orange can be added along with cracked ice. Gin goes very well with the drink just in case if you want this to be an alcoholic drink.
Virgin Collins is a classic gin cocktail. You can request the bartender to give it without gin as a non-alcoholic drink. The cocktail is a simple combination of lemon juice, soda water and sugar syrup. The sugar syrup can be replaced with elderflower cordial or any fizzy drink.
Ice coffee needs no special introduction. If you are the one who looks for booze-free drinks in a bar or pub, go for iced coffee. It is way better than drinking a soda.