5 Places For Dry January in Sheffield

With almost 61% of Brits admitting to overindulging on alcohol over the festive season, it's no surprise that Dry January has grown in popularity over the years.

However, Dry January need not harm your relationship with the pub; many of Sheffield City Centre's best bars offer non-alcoholic beverages to quench your thirst. 

Here's five of our favourites:

The Botanist

Two glasses of mocktails served as part of dry january at the botanist in sheffield city centre
Carefully crafted mocktails (credit: The Botanist)

The botanical themed restaurant in the heart of Leopold Square has transformed some of its most popular cocktails into non-alcoholic alternatives made with fresh juices and fruits. Recommended drinks include the Rhubarb and Sage Spritz, Strawberry and Elderflower Mojito and its signature long cocktail, The Botanist.

With a live pianist on weekends and jaw-dropping decor, The Botanist's aesthetic and atmosphere will give you all the intoxication you need.

The Botanist | 5A & 5B, Leopold St, Sheffield City Centre S1 2JG | Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed: 12pm - 12am.Thurs: 12pm - 1am. Fri, Sat:12pm - 12am

True North Brew.Co

Iced Latte at Forum Kitchen & Bar with coffee beans located in Sheffield City Centre
Forum Kitchen & Bar

True North Brew Co. has launched it's 'No' & 'Low' drinks menus, for those taking part in Dry January and for those just trying to cut down their alcohol intake after a mulled wine-filled Christmas.

Available at True North Brew.Co venues, The Common Room and The Forum Kitchen & Bar, there's an array of alcohol-free beers, mocktails and kombucha on offer.

The Forum Kitchen & Bar | 127-129 Devonshire Street, Sheffield City Centre, S3 7SB | Mon - Thurs: 10am - 11pm, Fri: 10am - 1am, Sat: 10am - 2am, Sun: 10am - 10pm

The Common Room | Address as above | Sun - Thurs: 11am - Midnight, Fri - Sat:11am - 1.30am

Browns Brasserie & Bar

Range of coloured cocktails sold at Browns Brasserie & Bar in Sheffield City Centre
Browns' mouth-watering mocktails (credit: Browns Brasserie & Bar)

Set in a historic corner of Sheffield City Centre, Browns Brasserie & Bar is a perfect place to enjoy a non-alcoholic drink overlooking Sheffield's award-winning Peace Gardens. Amongst the mouth-watering mocktails on offer are the Virgin Mojito, Passionfruit Dream and Peach Melba.

Browns Brasserie & Bar |10-12 St Paul's Parade, Sheffield City Centre, S1 2JL | Mon - Thurs: 9am - 11pm, Fri - Sat: 9am - 12pm, Sun: 9am - 10.30pm

Frog & Parrot

Inside of the pub Frog & Parrot located in Sheffield City Centre
Inside the quirky Frog & Parrot (credit: Exposed Mag)

Serving food and hosting weekly live music events, the quirky Frog & Parrot is a jewel in Sheffield City Centre's Crown.

Nestled on the corner of Division Street, Frog & Parrot is offering 3 for 2 on all bottles of non-alcoholic beer this Dry January, with the range including Brew Dog and Old Speckled Hen as well as alcohol free versions of popular beers Heineken and Peroni.

Frog & Parrot | 94 Division Street, Sheffield City Centre, S1 4GF | Sun, Mon, Tues: 10am - 11pm, Wed: 10am - 12pm, Thurs, Fri, Sat: 10am - 1am

Once Dry January is over, why not check out our Sheffield Ale Trail Map to treat yourself to a well-deserved drink.