Live Free and Host Responsibly
The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) is continuing its groundbreaking Live Free & Host Responsibly partnership with Brown-Forman by launching the first ever New Hampshire Mocktail Week with The Mocktail Project, to help create a stigma-free, more inclusive drinking culture.
New Hampshire Mocktail Week runs concurrently with New Hampshire Distillers Week – an annual celebration of spirits that culminates in the Distiller’s Showcase of Premium Spirits. As our state celebrates NH Distiller’s Week and the Distiller’s Showcase of Premium Spirits, we want to be welcoming to those who either can’t imbibe, make the personal choice not to consume alcohol, or want to take a break from imbibing.
New Hampshire bars and restaurants are signing on to craft specialty mocktails for purchase during New Hampshire Mocktail Week, and customers are encouraged to share their experience at participating venues.
Learn more about New Hampshire Mocktail Week below.
How it works:
Craft – restaurants craft and serve mocktails between November 4 – 10
Sip – individuals visit participating venues or events to purchase and sip on mocktails
Share – snap a picture and #shareamocktail with @themocktailproject and @nhliquorwine on social media
Interested in creating your own mocktail? Check out these delicious recipes:
Visit these New Hampshire restaurants participating in New Hampshire Mocktail Week:
The Foundry, Manchester
Piccola Italia, Manchester
Bedford Village Inn, Bedford
The Grand at Bedford Village Inn, Bedford
Luigi’s Pizza Pub and Grille, Manchester
The Community Oven, Hampton
The Community Oven, Epping
Twin’s Smoke Shop, Londonderry
Shane’s Texas Pit Bar and Grille, Hampton
The Crown Tavern, Manchester
Mint Bistro, Manchester
New England’s Tap House Grille, Hooksett
Tandy’s Pub & Grill, Concord
Lab N Lager, Jaffrey
The Lodge, Alton
Buffalo Wild Wings, Concord
Buffalo Wild Wings, Nashua
Buffalo Wild Wings, Manchester
Osteria Poggio, Center Harbor
For more information on New Hampshire Mocktail Week, please visit www.TheMocktailProject.com/nh-mocktail-week.
A message from NHLC & Brown-Forman
Responsible service and consumption of alcohol are hallmarks for both the New Hampshire Liquor Commission and Brown-Forman. It is critical we work together to promote responsible alcohol consumption throughout New Hampshire.
Safety is paramount and Live Free and Host Responsibly puts safety first. For our consumers, responsible consumption of alcohol is simply safer and healthier. For lounge and restaurant owners, responsible service of alcohol leads to fewer drunk driving incidents, preserves their investments and protects their liquor licenses. For all, responsible consumption and service of alcohol leads to positive outcomes.
Chairman Joseph Mollica
New Hampshire Liquor Commission