/shrb - the 'Prohibition' soda

/shrb - the 'Prohibition' soda

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If you're looking for a drink for the growing number of customers who are cutting back on alcohol, then you can't miss /shrb. Inspired by Prohibition-era shrub-making, their drinks are made using the centuries-old technique of steeping raw ingredients in vinegar to gently release flavour volatiles. In addition to an alcohol-like kick, one of the things you’ll notice, is the complexity and depth of the flavour bouquet – creating a genuine non-alcoholic alternative to a fine wine or craft beer. The drinks are also very low in sugar (5g per 100ml), and are perfect for food-pairing – thanks to vinegar’s palate cleansing abilities. In the short time since their launch in Harrods last year, /shrb have been voted 'Best Non-alcoholic Drink' in The Independent and The Sunday Times. "...not too dissimilar to a sour beer or cocktail, it zips straight to the senses, perking you up in a way you might expect from a first shot of booze...” - Nick Moyle, The Independent


  • Original

    A bevy of botanicals - with the coolness of fennel, a dash of freshly squeezed oranges & lemons, and a splash of apple cider vinegar. Perfect for a ch...

  • Apple Cinnamon

    Freshly pressed apples, ground cinnamon & nutmeg, lavender, and a splash of apple cider vinegar. Probably an all-day sipper - but shines as a dessert ...

  • Lime Juniper

    Freshly squeezed limes, juniper berries, pink peppercorns, lavender, and a splash of apple cider vinegar. The one for beating gin-withdrawal symptoms....

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    /shrb - the 'Prohibition' soda

    shrbwrks Tilbury Road London, London, E10 6RE United Kingdom
    Tel:  +44 7493026140


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    Soft Drinks
    • Cola
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    • Fermented Drinks
    • Ginger ale/Ginger Beer
    • Juice
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    • Mixers
    • Non-alcoholic spirits

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