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Lyre’s was created to change the way the world drinks and give people freedom of choice.
Many of us have encountered social situations where we would like to enjoy a drink, but for one reason or another, a non-alcoholic option is a good choice. The unique Lyre’s range of premium non-alcoholic variants contain natural essences, extracts and distillates which pay homage to the aroma, taste and appearance you find within time tested classics. With most of the building blocks covered, only Lyre’s can transform a broad range of mixed drinks and cocktails into non-alcoholic or low-alcohol versions.
More and more people across the globe are seeking mindful drinking options. Lyre’s non-alcoholic range means you can still enjoy a sophisticated drink without compromise. Enjoy the freedom to have your drink, your way - simply choose your drink and Make it a Lyre’s.
Lyre’s is incredibly challenging to craft!
First, we expertly deconstruct the elements that make time-honored classic flavours, then meticulously source the world's best all-natural essences, extracts and distillates from around the globe to recreate them. We have even developed our own proprietary non-alcoholic base.
We take great pride in the drinks that Lyre’s has created and our commitment to bring these classic flavours to people making mindful choices. We have led the development of this new non-alcoholic category, and give people social freedom by making the impossible, possible across the globe.
Our aim at Lyre’s is to pay ultimate respect to the flavors of the classics, and Lyre’s really comes to life when mixing, stirring or shaking. The recipes we feature are developed by our experienced, professional mixologists and showcase Lyre’s in the best proportions to deliver the closest possible match to a mixed original, meaning we suggest using different ratios to those using their boozy brothers to provide the perfect balance.
Given that our beverages are non-alcoholic, we recommend taking steps to reduce the dilution of the spirit in the drink you’re making. A few handy tips are if you’re making cocktails, shake or stir, only to chill, rather than dilute. Where possible, pre-freeze your glass or use high-quality, slow melting, large and hard ice.
Lyre's is classified as non-alcoholic, which means it has less than 0.5% Alcohol by Volume (ABV). Our range has a small amount of naturally occurring alcohol formed through combining our exquisite range of natural flavours, essences and distillates. Believe it or not, there are similar amounts of alcohol in other foods and drinks you may not expect, like orange juice, Kombucha, bread, and ripe fruit.
All of the ingredients we use to meticulously craft Lyre’s are free from common allergens including nuts, shellfish, soy, sesame, gluten, dairy, fish and seafood.
We use all natural flavours throughout our range and recommend reading the individual product pages or refer to the bottle for more specific information in relation to each product.
If you have any questions about specific products please Contact Us, our team will be able to help you.
Of course, it's always best to consult with your doctor.
Lyre's is classified as non-alcoholic, which means it has less than 0.5% Alcohol by Volume (ABV). Our range has a small amount of naturally occurring alcohol formed through combining our exquisite range of natural flavours. Believe it or not, there are similar amounts of alcohol in other foods and drinks you may not expect, like orange juice, Kombucha, bread, and ripe fruit.
Provided you, and your doctor, are comfortable with this and the all-natural flavours and sweeteners that make up our bevoirs, then you are fine to imbibe in the majority of our range.
The only other exception may be our Dry London Spirit and Premixed G&T as these contain quinine. The majority of the quinine in our London Spirits comes from cinchona bark, the natural quinine flavour, similar to that used in many varieties of tonic water. Some medical professionals may recommend avoiding quinine during pregnancy.
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