Friday May 1 2015

The Brink creates mocktails fit for a king/queen

The Brink creates mocktails fit for a king/queen

The Brink, Liverpool’s dry café bar, has created two special mocktails fit for a future king or queen to celebrate the imminent birth of the royal baby.
Customers will now be able to order the blue and pink drinks priced at £2.95. The Duchess of Cambridge visited The Brink on February 14, 2012, as patron of Action on Addiction.

Carl Bell, General Manager at The Brink, said: “We really wanted our customers to toast the new arrival so we created not one, but two special mocktails for our customers to enjoy. It’s the third time we have created a drink fit for royalty so we are sure they will go down a treat!”

The Brink is a revolutionary social venture, which opened in September 2011, and is the UK’s first dry bar and restaurant, serving locally sourced fresh food, an imaginative array of non-alcoholic drinks and hosting events to showcase the talent of local artists, musicians and performers – creating a thriving social hub where people from all backgrounds and walks of life can socialise and relax.


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