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Here Are The Best Non-Alcoholic Bottle Shops Across The United States

November 19, 2023
By: Chrystabelle

About the Author

Chrystabelle is a non-alcoholic drinks expert who has tasted and reviewed hundreds of non-alcoholic beers, non-alcoholic wines, hop water, and non-alcoholic spirits. Her journey to being sober curious and discovering non-alcoholic options began when she realized she had a tendency to binge drink. Reach her at chrystabelle@oneclubsober.com.

Not too long ago, the idea of opening a non-alcoholic bottle shop would raise an eyebrow. Thankfully, more exclusively alcohol-free bottle shops are opening across the United States, from New York City to Omaha.

Sure, you can find non-alcoholic drinks at big box stores like Total Wine & More or Walmart, but I like supporting smaller businesses. Some even host events to bring non-drinkers together! So here are the best non-alcoholic bottle shops across the United States, listed alphabetically according to states.

*During my research for this list, I discovered some small local bottle shops that stock both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. While these bottle shops are not strictly alcohol-free, I have chosen to incorporate them into the resource due to their inclusive selection. If alcohol is triggering for you, you might wish to avoid these mixed bottle shops (indicated with an asterix).

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Das Stahl Bierhaus – Huntsville (Mixed*)

Das Stahl Bierhaus
  • Address: 7914 South Memorial Parkway, Huntsville, AL 35802

Known for carrying the largest non-alcoholic drink selection in town, Das Stahl Bierhaus is a mixed bottleshop and taproom for the South Huntsville community. Speaking of community, I like that Das Stahl is more than just a craft beer bar – they even have a large selection of board games for anyone of any age to enjoy.

And if you want to bring home some non-alcoholic drinks, their bottleshop carries non-alcoholic beers, wines, spirits, and bottled mocktails.

Hop City Beer & Wine – Birmingham (Mixed*)

Hop City Beer & Wine - Birmingham
  • Address: 2924 3rd Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233

Once voted the #2 Best Beer Bar in America in 2022, Hop City Beer & Wine’s Birmingham outlet is a great place to stock up on non-alcoholic beers from brands like Athletic Brewing and Lagunitas. If you prefer to drink on venue, you’ll be glad to know that they serve their non-alcoholic drinks selection at the bar too!

LeNell’s Beverage Boutique – Birmingham (Mixed*)

LeNell's Beverage Boutique - Birmingham
  • Address: 1208 32nd St N, Birmingham, AL 35234

This mixed boutique liquor store might be tiny, but LeNell’s Beverage Boutique has a good selection of non-alcoholic drinks from brands like Athletic Brewing and Parch. The owner is charming, friendly, and knowledgable, and you’re guaranteed to get a personable service when you shop here.


Monsoon Market – Phoenix (Mixed*)

Monsoon Market - Phoenix
  • Address: Mercury building, 3508 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014

Situated in the heart of Central Phoenix, Monsoon Market is a great place to browse a diverse range of offerings, including non-alcoholic beverages, curated pantry staples, and vintage homeware. While the store stocks alcoholic wines too, you won’t feel judged for picking NA drink options here.


Soft Spirits – Los Angeles

Soft Spirits
  • Address: 3208 1/2 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

If you’re looking for some booze-free libations to go with the glitz and glamor of Los Angeles, check out this Silver Lake non-alcoholic retail store. Opened in 2021 as Los Angeles’ first non-alcoholic bottle shop, woman-owned Soft Spirits is everything you would expect from an independently owned store: personalized recommendations, curated drinks, and pop-up bars and parties.

Ocean Beach Cafe – San Francisco

Ocean Beach Cafe - San Francisco
  • Address: 734 La Playa Street, San Francisco, CA 94121

Situated just a block from the beach and Golden Gate Park, Ocean Beach Cafe is a non-alcoholic bar and bottle shop led by a seasoned former bartender with two decades of experience. The cafe features healthy food options like breakfast burritos and salads, while the bar and bottle shop stocks a variety of non-alcoholic spirits, wines, and beers.


FranksWine – Wilmington (Mixed*)

FranksWine - Wilmington
  • Address: 1206 N Union St, Wilmington, DE 19806

Located inside this regular bottle shop is a non-alcoholic section called barNA – ZeroProof Cocktails by Nicole Alvarez. Nicole is around every Saturday to mix non-alcoholic cocktails for sampling and to-go. Note that this is not an exclusive non-alcoholic drinks retailer.


Herban Flow – St. Petersburg

Herban Flow - St. Petersburg
  • Address: 6848 22nd Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33710

Walk into Herban Flow, and you’ll find a wide range of non-alcoholic beverages, from canned mocktails to bottled NA wines. Besides being a bottle shop, Florida’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop also runs sober community events such as tasting events.


The Zero Co – Atlanta

The Zero Co
  • Address: 626 North Highland Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306

Created as a collaboration between Elemental Spirits Co. and the Zero Proof, The Zero Co is Atlanta’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop. It stocks over 500 different non-alcoholic drinks, from NA beers to spirits to wines in a bright and cosy 650-square-foot store that feels expansive with the light and playful colors.

Hop City Beer & Wine – Atlanta, Fayetteville (Mixed*)

Hop City Beer & Wine - Atlanta
  • Address: Atlanta – 99 Krog St, Atlanta, GA 30307 and 1000 White St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
  • Address: Fayetteville – 240 Trilith Parkway, Fayetteville, GA 30214

With two locations in Atlanta (Krog District and West End) and one location in Fayetteville, Hop City Beer & Wine is a convenient place to discover non-alcoholic drinks in Georgia. If you’re looking for the classic bar atmosphere, we prefer the vibes at the Krog District location.


Bendición Bottle Shop – Chicago

Bendición Bottle Shop - Chicago
  • Address: 2540 W. Division, Chicago, IL. 60622

Bendición Bottle Shop is bringing together Chicago’s sober community in the heart of Humboldt Park through its sober events, art space by local artists, book club, and monthly live shows. Come here to stock up on non-alcoholic drinks or take a community class – either way you will leave feeling like a part of the community.

in good spirits – Chicago

in good spirits - Chicago
  • Address: 858 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

This super hip monochromatic blue non-alcoholic bar meets bottle shop is situated in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood, one of Chicago’s up-and-coming hot spots. in good spirits also runs regular sober events, including a Saturday morning walking club!


Generation NA – Lafayette

Generation NA - Lafayette
  • Address: 504 Main Street, Lafayette, Indiana 47901

If you are exploring downtown Lafayette, be sure to swing by Indiana’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop. Besides selling non-alcoholic beers and wines, Generation NA also carries non-alcoholic adaptogen drinks as well as CBD and hemp-infused drinks.

Besides being a bottle shop, it also has a small bar and lounge area where you can sample the drinks. Don’t miss out on their NA Flight Tastings every Saturday!

Loren’s AF Beverages – Carmel

Loren's AF Beverages - Carmel
  • Address: 12770 West New Market Street, Suite 105, Carmel, Indiana 46032 and 5790 East Main Street, Suite 150, Carmel, Indiana 46033

Founded by two sisters who went sober in 2021, Loren’s AF Beverages is Indianapolis metro’s go-to non-alcoholic bottle shop. The store is classy and welcoming, stocked with all sorts of alcohol-free drinks from non-alcoholic spirits to wines to non-alcoholic seltzers.


Hopscotch – Baltimore

Hopscotch - Baltimore
  • Address: 520 S Caroline St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Recently opened in August 2023, Hopscotch is the only non-alcoholic bottle shop in Maryland. Here, you will find some of the classic non-alcoholic drink brands, such as Partake Brewing and Athletic Brewing. After selling out inventory on their first weekend of opening, it is clear Baltimore has been waiting for a place to enjoy non-alcoholic drinks.


Dray – Boston

Dray - Boston
  • Address: 18 Union Park Street, Boston, MA 02118

It is hard to believe Boston has taken this long to open an exclusive non-alcoholic bottle shop, but here we are – finally. Dray is a newly opened bottle shop with a vision to serve Boston’s non-alcoholic drinks community.

The vibrant and inviting orange decor, coupled with a diverse selection of non-alcoholic beverages, creates a welcoming atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.


More or Less NA Bottles and Beer – Grand Rapids

More or Less NA Bottles and Beer - Grand Rapids
  • Address: 434 Leonard NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Located near the Grand River in Grand Rapids, More or Less NA Bottles and Beer – formerly known as Alt City – is a dedicated non-alcoholic bottle shop with more than 450 NA drink options (and counting). As Michigan’s largest retailer of non-alcoholic spirits and beer, there is a lot of options to choose from.

They carry some of my favorite brands, like Ghia (non-alcoholic mocktail), Monday (non-alcoholic spirits), and All The Bitter (non-alcoholic bitters).


Marigold – Minneapolis & St. Paul

Marigold - Minneapolis
  • Address: 3506 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408 and 2236 Carter Ave, St Paul, MN 55108

After becoming sober, Hair stylist and salon owner Erin Flavin realized that Minneapolis had a problem: There wasn’t a non-alcoholic bottle shop in the city that catered to the sober crowd. She decided to open Marigold next to her salon and eventually a second store in St. Paul – with plans to start serving drinks in the shop and hosting events and meet-ups.


Dry Spokes – Omaha

Dry Spokes - Omaha
  • Address: 1901 Leavenworth St, Omaha, NE 68102

This craft dry bar and bottle shop is located in the heart of Omaha, offering a cozy, relaxed atmosphere with bartenders whipping up delicious mocktails. Dry Spokes’ bottle shop is stocked with a variety of non-alcoholic drinks, including spirits, wines, and beers. Don’t miss their regular sober events too.

New Hampshire

Dry Cellar – Portsmouth

Dry Cellar - Portsmouth
  • Address: 33 Deer St., Suite 4A, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Walk past the Sheraton Hotel, and you’ll find Dry Cellar, New Hampshire’s first alcohol-free bottle shop, right in the heart of downtown Portsmouth. The store also runs regular tasting events where you can sample different non-alcoholic drink brands.

New Jersey

Gem Life + Bar – Pitman

Gem Life + Bar - Pitman
  • Address: 5 S Broadway, Pitman, NJ 08071

New Jersey’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop is centered around wellness, healing and self-care. Gem Life + Bar started as an online store in 2020 and has since evolved into a physical store offering over 300 varieties of non-alcoholic drinks, along with apparel and regular events.

New York

Boisson – New York City

Boisson - New York City
  • Address: Several locations across Cobble Hill Brooklyn, the West Village, the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, and Williamsburg Brooklyn

With more than five locations across New York City (and an online store for deliveries), Boisson is a must-visit non-alcoholic retail store for New Yorkers. Besides their vast presence in the city, they also carry a wide variety of alcohol-free drinks from some of my favorite brands.

Spirited Away – New York City

Spirited Away
  • Address: 177 Mott Street, New York, NY 10012

If you are looking to stock up on some booze-free libations while in New York’s Lower Manhattan, then pop over to Spirited Away – America’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop. The drink selection reflects the hipness of New York City, from brands such as Seedlip and Ritual Zero Proof to Copenhagen Sparkling Teas.

Minus Moonshine – Brooklyn

Minus Moonshine - Brooklyn
  • Address: 433 Sterling Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238

In addition to being a non-alcoholic bottle shop, Minus Moonshine hosts sober events at their store, with a significant number of events for the queer community. This locally owned and community-focused establishment promises witchy vibes and alcohol-free potions for anyone who visits.

Stella’s Fine Market – Beacon

Stella's Fine Market - Beacon
  • Address: 155 Main Street, Beacon, New York 12508

This cute independent fine grocer stocks non-alcoholic drinks amongst their curated collection of kitchenware & houseware, cookbooks, and custom gift boxes. While the selection of NA drinks at Stella’s Fine Market is small, the choices are well curated, and you’ll find some familiar brands like Surely Wines and Seedlip.

North Carolina

NoLo – Asheville

NoLo - Asheville
  • Address: 36 Foundy St, Asheville, NC 28801

Walk through The Marquee in the River Arts District of West Asheville and you’ll find North Carolina’s only non-alcoholic bottle shop. Founded by a local Asheville resident, NoLo stocks over 200 non-alcoholic drink varieties, from non-alcoholic spirits to wines to beers.


Verbena Free Spirited – Cleveland

Verbena Free Spirited - Cleveland
  • Address: 1434 W. 29th Street, Cleveland, OH 44113

Cleveland’s first dry bar and non-alcoholic bottle shop is located in the hip neighborhood of Hingetown. As a cafe meets neighborhood dry bar and bottle shop, Verbena is the perfect community meeting point for both sober and sober-curious people. You’ll find NA drink brands like Athletic Brewing Co, Ritual, Monday and Lyres.

Bottle Shop by Ghostlight Coffee – Dayton

Bottle Shop by Ghostlight Coffee - Dayton
  • Address: 1201 Wayne Ave, Dayton, OH 45410

Take home a non-alcoholic drink while you grab a coffee and sandwich at Ghostlight Coffee, a coffeehouse and bakery in Midtown Dayton. This cafe slash non-alcoholic bottle shop is cozy and inviting, and the small but well-varied non-alcoholic drinks section boasts a selection of fan favorites like Kin Euphorics and Tost wines.


The Open Road – Pittsburgh

The Open Road - Pittsburgh
  • Address: 600 E Warrington Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15210

The Open Road started as a pop-up bar pre-pandemic before moving into their brick & mortar storefront in March 2022. The store is well-stocked, with everything from non-alcoholic beers to spirit alternatives to functional drinks. If you’re not sure which drink to choose (there are more than 270 varieties to choose from!), owner Mel Babitz will be more than happy to help you find the perfect drink.

The Volstead – Philadelphia

The Volstead - Philadelphia
  • Address: 4371 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127

Nestled in the fashionable Manayunk neighborhood on the historical main street, The Volstead is Philly’s first alcohol-free bar and vegan restaurant. Alongside the dining experience, the venue houses a bottle shop, allowing anyone to conveniently purchase non-alcoholic drinks for takeout.

The restaurant and sober bar is under a series of social enterprise concepts run by the Unity Family, which includes a portfolio of businesses like yoga studios and a community center.

South Carolina

Sèchey – Charleston

Sèchey - Charleston
  • Address: 540 King St, Charleston, SC 29403

Walk into this store and you’ll experience the quintessential Southern hospitality. Founder Emily Heintz launched Sèchey in 2021 as a premium alcohol-free space, and you can see it in the store decor. This non-alcoholic drinks shop is chic and modern, with a stylish tasting room to sample the different alcohol-free spirits, wine and beer.


Killjoy – Nashville

Killjoy - Nashville
  • Address: 2020 Lindell Ave, Nashville, TN 37203

Killjoy is leading the alcohol-free movement in Nashville by being the city’s only alcohol-free beverage shop. After going sober and discovering zero-proof drinks, Stephanie tried looking for a place in Nashville where she could find more non-alcoholic drinks, learn about them, and try them.

Like many other non-alcoholic bottle shop owners on this list, Stephanie decided to open her own NA bottle shop when she realized there wasn’t such options in Nashville.


Sipple – Houston

Sipple - Houston
  • Address: 2410 Quenby Street, Houston, TX 77005

Fitting for Texas’ first non-alcoholic bottle shop, Sipple is managed by a seasoned veteran in the beverage industry. The shop is abundantly stocked with a diverse selection of non-alcoholic beverages, including non-alcoholic beers, spirits, wines and CBD-infused seltzers.

Leveraging expertise gained from over two decades as a beverage director and sommelier, each bottle features a QR code that can be scanned to access additional information and recipes for that particular bottle.

Beyond the Bar Bottle Shop – Dallas

Beyond the Bar Bottle Shop - Dallas
  • Address: 101 S Sherman St, Richardson, TX 75081

Located in downtown Richardson, Beyond the Bar is Dallas’ first non-alcoholic bottle shop with a tasting room. Besides offering non-alcoholic spirits, wine, and beer, the shop also organizes regular sober events like mocktail classes and sober parties.

dear dry drinkery – Austin

dear dry drinkery - Austin
  • Address: 2226 East Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702

A former mobile non-alcoholic bar and bottle shop, this newly opened non-alcoholic bottle shop is Austin’s first non-alcoholic bottle shop. dear dry drinkery features a curated selection of NA spirits, aperitifs, functionals, and more, as well as a variety of monthly community events.


WB’s Eatery – Ogden (Mixed*)

WB’s Eatery - Ogden
  • Address: 455 25th Street, Ogden, Utah 84401

Utah’s first dry bottle shop can be found inside WB’s Eatery, offering the community a small but curated selection of dry drinks such as non-alcoholic wines and spirits. When you finish browsing the drinks selection, be sure to try their delicious sandwiches, Chimichurri Steak & Eggs, and handcrafted mocktails at the bar.


Point 5 – Virginia

Point 5 - Virginia
  • Address: 3435 W. Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23221

This locally owned non-alcoholic drinks shop is at the heart of Richmond’s mindful drinking movement. Point 5 is Richmond’s first standalone alcohol-free bottle shop with plenty of non-alcoholic drink options to browse, and it frequently organizes sober events like mixology classes and Karaoke contests for the community.

Ceremony – Hampton Road, Richmond, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News

Ceremony - Hampton Road
  • Address: 5 outlets in Virginia

This chain of non-alcoholic bottle shops has five locations around the state for convenient shopping. Ceremony was the first to open a dry bottle shop in Hampton Road and Richmond, and each outlet carries a curated collection of non-alcoholic drinks, from wines, spirits to beers.


Kindred Spirits – Richland

Kindred Spirits - Richland
  • Address: 430 George Washington Way, Richland, WA 99352

Wanting to support their Tri-Cities community with sober drink options, Kindred Spirits opened in 2022 as the Tri-Cities’ first sober bar and non-alcoholic bottle shop. Here, you can find a wide variety of non-alcoholic drinks and sober events. There are plenty of seats too, making it a great place to come by with friends for a sober hangout.


Inmoxicated – Racine

Inmoxicated - Racine
  • Address: 329 Main St. Racine, WI 53403

It’s not easy finding non-alcoholic drink options in the drunkest U.S state, but Inmoxicated is trying to change that with their sober bar and non-alcoholic bottle shop. Here, you can enjoy the typical bar experience with pool and karaoke without any pressure to drink alcohol. They also run an AF Game Night on the last Saturday of each month.

*Indicates a mixed bottle shop that also sells alcoholic drinks.

About the Author

Chrystabelle is a non-alcoholic drinks expert who has tasted and reviewed hundreds of non-alcoholic beers, non-alcoholic wines, hop water, and non-alcoholic spirits. Her journey to being sober curious and discovering non-alcoholic options began when she realized she had a tendency to binge drink. Reach her at chrystabelle@oneclubsober.com.


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