Cheers! More booze-free bars for Britain

news.sky.com Published: April 7, 2014
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A growing number of alcohol-free bars cropping up across the UK could signal a shift in attitudes towards drinking, reports Sky News.

Catherine Salway set up a dry bar in London last year after spotting a trend in young people wanting to be healthier and cutting back their drinking.



She said: "If you're 30 now, you've grown up in an environment where everyone is getting lashed all the time ... and really, as young people want to do, they are questioning the status quo which is to say why is socialising constantly linked with being drunk all the time?"

H/T: Huffington Post
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