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A '''non-alcoholic beverage''' is a [[beverage]] that contains no [[alcohol]]. Non-alcoholic mixed drinks (including punches, "virgin cocktails", or "mocktails") are often consumed by children, people whose religion restricts alcohol consumption, [[alcoholism|recovering alcoholics]], and anyone wishing to enjoy flavorful drinks without alcohol. They are often available as alternative beverages in contexts (such as bars) where the norm is to drink alcoholic beverages.
   
 
Nonalcoholic beverages include tea and coffee.
 
Nonalcoholic beverages include tea and coffee.

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A non-alcoholic beverage is a beverage that contains no alcohol. Non-alcoholic mixed drinks (including punches, "virgin cocktails", or "mocktails") are often consumed by children, people whose religion restricts alcohol consumption, recovering alcoholics, and anyone wishing to enjoy flavorful drinks without alcohol. They are often available as alternative beverages in contexts (such as bars) where the norm is to drink alcoholic beverages.

Nonalcoholic beverages include tea and coffee.


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