January 01, 2017
Whether you’re trying to cut back on the amount of alcohol you drink in 2017, starting the year with a dry January or giving it up for good, you won’t be alone.
A movement toward choosing sobriety in the pursuit of health is growing and is a wellness trend to watch for in 2017.
As mindbodygreen.com says, "In the past, if someone said they were 'sober,' it usually meant they were a recovering alcoholic. But over the past few years, a shift has started to occur. We've seen Americans put more focus on health, and the next frontier is our drinking habits."
Vernick’s chef and owner said in a 2012 interview, “Our house-made sodas and mocktails are approached with the same thoughtfulness that we put into the preparation of our cocktails, they’re made-to-order using only the freshest ingredients. It’s a great option for guests who may not opt for an alcohol based cocktail, but who still would like a refreshing beverage beyond the typical offerings.”