You may be thinking, why not drink water if you can't drink it? Why are you running a bar? Sometimes, going to a bar or going to a party is not all about getting drunk, or just wanting to be in that atmosphere and drinking a drink with a very delicate flavor ratio, low alcohol or no alcohol, just don’t want to drink water and Coke. It is difficult for people who have never drunk alcohol or are not good at ethanol to imagine the fascinating mystery of wine, but those who have tasted fine wine will miss that glass of "delicious" wine, which is undoubtedly difficult to be dispelled by water. However, when the alcohol is removed, the hazy eyes are less, and the more sober taste seems to be able to distinguish the so-called layers that cannot be drunk afte the British limited edition
"Signature Mixers" special Coke for bartending , and it seems that it also wants to take a share of this market. 1 Photo Credit: Coca-Cola Special Database Closer to home, although there is no evidence to show the era background of the emergence of "alcohol-free", it has something to do with people's uncontrolled and irrational drinking habits. Looking back at the past, when alcoholism seriously affected social order and human health, many countries have launched different alcohol prohibition campaigns. Such as the prohibition movement in the
United States since the end of the 18th century and the 13-year prohibition , the British Victorian era used tea to oppose alcohol and moderate alcohol prohibition, and the "Six o'clock swill" that appeared in Australia and New Zealand during the First World War. "Phenomena - During the First World War, some bars were forced to close, and some of the remaining bars were ordered to close before 6 o'clock in the evening, so there was a phenomenon of going to the bar for an hour after work at 5 o'clock.