After the year's end when you've had as many hot buttered rums and all the spiked egg nogs you can stomach consider a welcome to "Dry January".

Dry January isn't a new trend, but one that has certainly been picking up some steam the last few years. Considering a pause in consuming alchol may not only be a positive way to kick off the new year, it aslo has some proven benefits to your health. Check out some non-alcoholic options we carry that will contribute to a successful dry January without making you feel you're missing out on happy hour.

Athletic Brewing Company

Dry January Beverages at West Seattle Thriftway

Athletic Brewing Co. is a non-alcoholic beer company dedicated to making great-tasting craft brews, without compromise. Our lineup of styles lets you enjoy the taste and experience of refreshing craft beer without sacrificing your performance, passions, health, or good taste. They’re fit for all times, made for all palates, and enjoyed by anyone who loves a great beer.

Dhōs Non Alcoholic Spirits

Dohs Non Alcoholic Spirits, West SEattle Thriftway, Dry January

The team at Ransom Distillery created Dhōs non-alcoholic spirits with an eye toward craftmanship and more mindful consumption for free-spirited individuals. We invite you to up your Dhōs of Freedom with the line of clean quality non-alcoholic spirits. The line up of Gin Free, Bittersweet (great for a negroni), and Orange will tantalize your taste buds while allowing you to bend the rules and celebrate life on your terms!


Wildwood Spirits Co., No Alcohol Gin, Ginnocence

"The no alcohol gin. None of the alcohol, but all of the spirit." - Wildwood Spirits Co.

Seedlip Non Alcoholic Spirits

Seedlip Non Alcoholic Spirits, West SEattle Thriftway, Dry January

The pioneering movement of offering those not drinking alcohol a sophisticated, adult option has since become a segment all its own: the ever-growing no & low alcohol category.

And since, Seedlip has been embraced by the world’s best bars, restaurants, hotels and retailers across the globe. What began in a kitchen in the woods is now leading a worldwide revolution–changing the way we drink.