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A photo of the shelves at Dray stocked with NA beverages.

Trying Dry January? 5 things to do in Boston that aren’t drinking.

December 29, 2023
Dray has been open since November, but are holding their Dry January Grand Opening party on Jan. 6 — sampling the products, which include zero-proof beers, wines, and pre-made cocktails,...
Boston.com
A photo of the checkout counter at Dray and a side view of the wine and ready-to-drink display.

Boston’s First Non-Alcoholic Liquor Store Comes to the South End

December 19, 2023
Tucked away on a cobblestone side street of the South End, a new store with big orange double doors beckons the sober, sober-curious, or, really, anyone thirsty. Dray Drinks is...
Boston Magazine
A photo of a beautiful mocktail featuring an orange slice and a cherry.

Here’s Where to Drink Creative Mocktails around Boston

December 11, 2023
This one isn’t a bar or restaurant, but we’ve got to mention Boston’s very first non-alcoholic bottle shop. This fall 2023 arrival operates under the slogan “all of the spirit,...
Boston Magazine
A photo of the Bronco mural at Dray

Want to drink without the hangover? There’s a bottle shop in Boston just for that.

December 08, 2023
More people are choosing not to drink, but it can be challenging to find quality zero-proof beverages. That's where Dray Drinks comes in.
Boston.com
A bottle of Muri wine featuring the Dray A.F. sticker in front of a stocked shelf of NA wines.

Dry January just got a whole lot easier

December 08, 2023
Dray Drinks, a non-alcoholic “liquor” store in the South End, officially opened for biz Nov. 17. It’s stocked with more than 1,000 booze-free drinking alternatives, including everything from non-alcoholic beer to zero-proof...
The B-Side
Pat Dooling in a flannel shirt in front of the Bronco mural at Dray.

New in town: A bottle shop that embraces ‘the wonders of not drinking’

November 29, 2023
Walk into Dray Drinks, and the new South End storefront will resemble a typical high-end liquor store. Glass bottles — stocked in a spectrum of colors and carbonation — line...
Boston Globe