Hyatt Hotels has introduced a new no alcohol cocktail programme at many of its hotels around the US. Its new ‘Zero Proof, Zero Judgment’ programme sees cocktails prepared using  Ritual Zero Proof and Fever-Tree products at many of Hyatt’s US hotels including Alila, Andaz, Destination by Hyatt, Hyatt Centric, JdV by Hyatt, The Unbound Collection by Hyatt and Thompson Hotels.

‘Zero Proof, Zero Judgment’ which launched in August 2021 in response to travellers’ changing alcohol consumption habits and increased focus on their wellbeing, with many beverages featuring products from Ritual Zero Proof and Fever-Tree.

The approach comes as 52 per cent of Americans are actively trying to drink less alcohol (source: Beverage Daily, Circle Up Growth Partners, Oct. 2020) and nearly 50 per cent of travellers surveyed in October 2021 said they’re likely to choose a non-alcoholic beverage over a beer or cocktail (source: Hyatt Travel Pulse).

The  programme sees restaurant and bar teams at the Hyatt hotels create inventive non-alcoholic cocktails, many created with Ritual Zero Proof and Fever-Tree products. Examples are ‘The Hoodwink’, a Ritual Zero Proof Rum Alternative, blueberry, honey, lime, and Fever-Tree Ginger Beer at the newly opened Thompson Savannah’s Lobby Bar (pictured above) and the team at Hyatt Centric Times Square New York’s Bar 54 which has created a Ritual Zero Proof Gin Alternative, basil, cucumber, lime, and ginger.

This program was inspired by sober bar manager Anna Welker of Topside at Revival Baltimore, a JdV by Hyatt hotel, who launched a local zero proof cocktail menu following a successful dry January menu in January 2020 to ensure non-drinkers visiting the hotel, like herself, were met with understanding and a variety of delicious beverage options.

“We’re seeing travellers increasingly prioritising their mental and physical wellbeing, so we are thrilled to offer this new beverage program that provides delicious and flavourful non-alcoholic cocktails,” said Miranda Breedlove, national director of bars, lifestyle operations, Hyatt. “Ultimately, it’s about providing an incomparable hospitality experience that’s reimagined with intentional options for guests who choose not to drink or to drink less.”

With a continued commitment to prioritising colleague wellbeing and in conjunction with this new beverage program, Hyatt is introducing virtual Zero Proof, Zero Judgment seminars for restaurant, bar and event colleagues at several properties to start. Focused on destigmatising the conversation around mental health in the service industry and highlighting tools for creating a more mindful, considerate work environment, seminars will be led by Spirits Educator, Licensed Professional Counsellor and Founder of Healthy Pour, Laura Green, MEd, LPC.

“Considering the hardships hospitality workers inevitability encountered during the pandemic, I look forward to working with Hyatt colleagues to address mental health and wellness challenges regularly faced by those who work in or around alcohol,” said Green. “The goal is to empower colleagues to foster a transparent and supportive working environment that promotes mental and physical health.”

The following are the list of all participating Hyatt hotel properties across the US offering a Zero Proof, Zero Judgment menu, with more hotels expected to adopt the new programme in the coming months:


Alila Napa Valley (Napa Valley, California)

Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort (Big Sur, California)


Andaz San Diego (San Diego, California)

Destination by Hyatt

The Seabird Resort (Oceanside, California)

Hyatt Centric

Hyatt Centric Atlanta Midtown (Atlanta, Georgia)

Hyatt Centric Beale Street Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee)

Hyatt Centric Times Square New York (New York)

JdV by Hyatt

Revival Baltimore (Baltimore,  Maryland)

Mission Pacific (San Diego, California)

The Unbound Collection by Hyatt

Chicago Athletic Association (Chicago)

Hotel Kansas City (Missouri)

The Confidante Miami Beach (Miami, Florida)

Thompson Hotels

Thompson Dallas (Dallas, Texas)

Thompson San Antonio (San Antonio, Texas)

Thompson Savannah (Savannah, Georgia)