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Dig Drop Reef Point

Alcohol-free beer brand Big Drop has added a new brew to its portfolio. Called Reef Point, the new 0.5% abv lager is a malt-forward brew made using Hallertau Hersbrucker hops – known for being high in aroma and low in bitterness – which imparts a honey aroma and a gentle bitterness along with ‘a delicate uplifting waft of citrus’. “Big Drop is on a mission to make any style of beer taste so good that you simply won’t miss the alcohol and Reef Point is a classic example,” says Big Drop’s head of production Johnny Clayton. “With this beer, we really wanted to expand our craft range, and in particular our vegan range, without compromising on flavour. I’m confident that we have just done just that by creating a beer that is well-balanced, full-bodied, aromatic and leaves you wanting more. It’s a beer for everyone to enjoy on any occasion and one that your waistline will thank you for whilst your taste buds are none the wiser.” Reef Point is gluten-free beer and contains 33 calories.

Cawston Press

Cawston Press has unveil a new 1 litre range of Pressed Juices designed specifically for the on-trade. Made from 100% pressed juices and purees, the range contains five SKUs – Crisp Cranberry, Zesty Orange, Terrific Tomato, Sweet Pineapple and Cloudy Apple – with Pink Grapefruit to join the range in late this month. Due to a ‘gentle’ pasteurisation process, the juices hold a 15-month shelf life whilst ‘still matching the quality expected from chilled, not from concentrate juices’. “Consumers are continuously seeking quality when it comes to their choice of drink, which is exactly what we aim to offer with Cawston Press. Premium juices, as delicious on their own as they are as mixers. We use honest ingredients, with real flavour,” says Cawston Press head of taste Micah Carr-Hill. 

John Paul Jones Providence rum

Rum brand John Paul Jones is kicking off its expansion this year with a new release. Called Providence, the rum is aged in Scotland in ex-Islay whisky quarter casks and is described as being ‘unique, smokey and dry’. Much like the rest of the distiller’s range, Providence will be steeped in spiral wrack seaweed, picked from the beach a stone’s throw from the birthplace of the 18th Century naval legend, John Paul Jones, from whom the company takes its name and inspiration. It is due to be released in the spring.

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