3 Delicious Mocktail Recipes to Try This Weekend

This post is sponsored by Happy Harry's.

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Have you been looking to switch up your drink with a non-alcoholic (NA) option? Gone are the days of just a few NA beer or wine options as your choices. Non-alcoholic spirits like ISH Spirits are making their way into kitchens, to provide even the most amateur bartender an easy way to mix up delicious mocktail recipes at home.

Choosing and making a new mocktail can be intimidating. But with a few simple steps, you’ll be mixing it up for the better, both in a glass and in your life!

3 Delicious Mocktail Recipes to Try

1. Dark & Stormy

Don’t let the name fool you – this non-alcoholic drink will transport you to sunny beaches! With the flavor of a spiced rum and the tang of lime and ginger, this is a great mocktail to try this Spring or Summer.

Dark and Stormy

A delicious "island themed" mocktail option.


  • 2 oz ISH Carribbean Spiced Spirit
  • 1/2 oz Simple Syrup
  • 1/2 oz Lime Juice
  • 4 oz Ginger Beer


  • Pour all ingredients in a shaker except for the ginger beer.
  • Strain into a high ball glass filled with ice and top off with ginger beer.
  • Garnish with a lime wedge.

2. Bramble Mocktail

For something on the sweeter side, try this non-alcoholic “mocktail” full of berry flavor. Botanical spirits are similar to the flavor of gin (again, without the alcohol), so this is a light, refreshing option to enjoy any time of year.

Bramble Mocktail

Full of berry flavor and great any time of year.


  • 1 1/2 oz ISH London Botanical Spirit
  • 1 oz Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 oz Simple Syrup
  • 1/2 oz Blackberry Juice
  • Lemon Slice and/or Frozen Blackberries for garnish


  • Shake the gin, lemon juice and simple syrup in an ice filled shaker.
  • Strain into a glass filled with ice (ideally crushed ice) and drizzle the juice over ice.
  • Garnish with lemon and/or frozen blackberries. Serve and enjoy!

3. Paloma

Love the taste of tequila? Try this popular Paloma, n/a style! With the tartness of grapefruit and the sweetness of syrup, it will quickly become a go-to mocktail option to keep on hand.


Try this NA twist on a classic!


  • 2 oz ISH Mexican Agave Spirit
  • 2 oz Grapefruit Juice
  • 1/2 oz Lime Juice
  • 1/2 oz Agave Syrup
  • 2 oz Club Soda
  • Grapefruit slice and Lime slice for garnish
  • Sea Salt for Rim


  • Rub the rim of a lowball glass with a lime wedge and immediately dip it in a small plate of flaky sea salt.
  • Add the tequila spirit, grapefruit juice, lime juice, and agave syrup to glass.
  • Stir together gently.
  • Add ice and top it off with club soda.
  • Garnish with a grapefruit and lime slice.

Ready to Drink Mocktails

Want to skip the mixing? Try ISH “Ready to Drink” cans in Lime Daiquiri, G & T (Gin & Tonic), Mojito, and Aperol Spritz. You can find the spirits above and their Ready-to-Drink options at your local Happy Harry’s location!

Other Non-Alcoholic Options

If beer, wine, or sparkling wine are more your jam, Happy Harry’s carries a great selection of other non-alcoholic options. From red and white wine to NA spirits of all varieties (and even your favorite type of brew!), you’ll find something to enjoy, alcohol free. Cheers!

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Katina Behm
Katina grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and played field hockey at the University of Connecticut, and has never been in as good of shape since. She met her husband, Justin, at a bar in Pittsburgh and, despite many romantic Skype dates, found a long-distance relationship to be a drag and moved to Fargo in 2010. She's a bonus mom to Justin's son, Owen (2005), and they have twins Augie and Delphi (2016) and two Great Danes, Rainy and Moose. She's a Speech-Language Pathologist & Certified Brain Injury Specialist who enjoys helping her patients improve their quality of life. She is also a Certified Sculpt Instructor at Mojo Fit Studios. Katina loves showing the world to her kids (but also seeing the world through their eyes), trying new foods, listening to live music and publicly mocking her little brother on Instagram. On most weekends, you can find her at one of her kids' many activities by day, and by night on the couch in sweats, eating a homemade charcuterie board and drinking cheap wine she bought at Costco. She still has Skype dates, but now they're with friends and family who live all over the place.


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