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Drinks 5 alternatives for recovering alcoholics

Recovering alcoholics and teetotallers sometimes do not want to go out and party because they aren't sure they'd be served nonalcoholic drinks.

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For people who are trying to completely quit alcohol and those who do not consume alcohol at all, socialising at bars is often a challenge.

Most establishments serve a variety of alcoholic drinks and beverages, but they also have nonalcoholic drinks too.

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While others enjoy a glass of wine or a bottle of beer, here are five drinks you can request for from the bartender/waiter.

1. Chapman:

 

Chapman is one of the most popular drinks in Nigeria now. It is served at every other party and in every other bar. Chapman is usually made with alcoholic bitters but for children and teetotallers, Chapman is made with nonalcoholic bitters or grape juice.

2. Milkshakes:

 

This is another type of drink that has gained popularity in recent years. Made from milk or ice cream base, this cold, sweet beverage is definitely worth a try. There are a variety of milkshake recipes and flavours to choose from.

3. Smoothies:

 

With smoothies, there is an endless possibilities; there is no limits to the variety of smoothies you can have. From basic smoothie recipes to a combination of your desired fruits, you can have as many flavours of smoothies as you want.

4. Sodas:

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A can or two of chilled fizzy drinks would not be a bad idea. There are numerous types and flavours of soft drinks to choose from.

5. Fruit wines:

Alcoholic wines are generally made from fermented grapes. However wine can be made from fermenting other fruits and even cereal.

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These wines are usually named after the fruits that for their base for example, sparkling cider refers to apple wine.

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