Bartenders respond to push for better non-alcoholic drinks

Why shouldn’t the non-alcoholic drinks be just as creative and tasty?

It’s not commonplace yet, but some Canadian establishments are offering more interesting and complex non-alcoholic drinks. Bartender and owner Robin Goodfellow says bars shouldn’t be exclusively for people looking to get drunk.

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