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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for January 5, 2023

January 5, 2023

•Brooklyn-based St. Agrestis has released its second non-alcoholic offering, Amaro Falso, which follows the January 2022 launch of St. Agrestis’ Phony Negroni. Created as the non-alcoholic counterpart to St. Agrestis Amaro, Amaro Falso is made using the same combination of all-natural citrus, botanical, and herbal ingredients found in their spirituous version. Ready-to-drink and individually portioned, it’s billed as similar to an Amaro Highball, with bitter notes and carbonation geared toward aperitivo occasions. St. Agrestis Non-Alcoholic Amaro Falso is initially launching direct-to-consumer in the 48 contiguous states and Canada, priced at $60 a 12-pack of 200-ml. bottles, available through the company’s website, with select retailers, bars, and restaurants nationwide to follow.

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