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If you're stepping back from alcohol for "Dry January" — or for any reason — you're not alone, and Connecticut restaurants and bars are responding to a demand for non-alcoholic options that go beyond water and soda.
"Dry January" has become a popular initiative to abstain from alcohol for the first month of the year, promoting the physical and mental health (and financial) benefits of giving up drinking for 31 days. But Connecticut bar professionals say they've seen a year-round interest for unique, complex and intriguing booze-free creations.