By Lyre's Spirit Co
6th Feb 2023
Non-alcoholic alternatives are on the rise in 2023, meaning lovers of a good non-alcoholic cocktail can feel right at home when they walk into a bar. Lyre’s has made it possible to order all your favourite non-alcoholic cocktails across some of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide’s finest establishments.
These amazing bars are now home to some of Lyre’s greatest and most creative non-alcoholic cocktails:
This unique mocktail is the perfect drink for those who enjoy the sweet and sour things in life, and a dash of the outrageous, such as an egg white to rewire their palette.
You can order this non-alcoholic cocktail the next time you head to Sydney’s iconic Opera Bar. Enjoy the incredible view of The Harbour Bridge and keep the Lyre’s Amaretti Sour’s coming as you watch the unforgettable Sydney sunset.
The Lyre’s Americano might look like just another bubbly mocktail, but looks can be deceiving. Tilt your head back and enjoy each sip of this combination of sweet and dry flavours sure to have you ordering seconds.
The Lyre’s Americano is available at the Harbord Hotel in Sydney’s Northern beaches, only a stone's throw away from the beach. Enjoy the fresh sea air as you down a few of these bubbly bad boys.
For those looking for the bubbly high of tonic and soda water paired with the finest Lyre’s Italian Spritz, this is the drink for you. Plus, it comes in a nice tall highball glass, so each time you order this mocktail, you can savour the experience for that much longer.
Take a trip to Melbourne’s BYRDI to enjoy the Lyre’s Italian Highball. BYRDI is a bar that prides itself on its ability to offer a range of food and beverage options that compliment the seasonality of the area, so enjoy incredible food paired with Lyre’s non-alcoholic drinks.
This citrusy beverage is Lyre’s homage to the classic prosecco, offering a bubbly contrast that makes every sip that much more enticing.
This tasty cocktail can be ordered at Queensland’s French-style bar and dining oasis, The Matriarch. So sit back and enjoy some European cuisine and one of the finest mocktails Newstead has available.
If the ingredients in this cocktail were in a race, the Lyre’s Italian Orange would be taking the lead as the hints of grapefruit follow closely behind to create a unique flavour combination you won’t soon forget.
This classy cocktail can be ordered at Maybe Mae, an Adelaide bar with a drink for every palette and places patrons in a time machine with their prohibition aesthetic.
Check out Lyre’s City Guide to see what other Australian venues also serve Lyre’s non-alcoholic spirits.