Go Sober in October with Loxtonia Non-Alcoholic Cider

Finding alternative pleasures when embracing a month of mindful drinking during ‘Sober October’ is a breeze with Loxtonia’s refreshing, low-calorie Non-Alcoholic Apple Cider.

Made from 100% freshly pressed and naturally fermented apples nurtured from orchard to bottle in the Ceres Valley, Loxtonia Easy Apple Non-Alcoholic Cider has you covered during your month of sobriety.

The huge increase in the ‘no and low’ drinks sector sends a clear message that people are becoming more health conscious and aware of what they are putting into their bodies. This growing trend is especially evident in the current pandemic as more and more people are cutting down on drinking or giving it up completely,” says Ali Bestel, Marketing Manager at Loxtonia Cider.

Loxtonia’s Non-Alcoholic Cider delivers a burst of crisp apples with a dry Granny Smith finish. Delicious to the core with just 58 calories, you do not have to give up on good times with this non-alcoholic alternative.

All Loxtonia ciders are gluten-free, vegan-friendly and free of preservatives and artificial additives. Enjoy chilled, straight from the fridge, or pour over ice and garnish with a slice of apple.



Loxtonia Fresh Apple Non-Alcoholic Cider is available at the Loxtonia Cidery in Ceres or leading outlets countrywide. For online purchases at R80.84 for a 4-pack of 340ml glass bottles including free delivery within South Africa, visit https://www.loxtonia.co.za/.

The Loxtonia tasting room is open daily. For bookings email enquiries@loxtonia.co.za or call Tel: 023-0040930. To stay in the mix, follow @loxtonia_cider on Instagram and Twitter.

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