Alcohol-free drinks to try this Dry January

Apple juice and orange juice

This Dry January, look to local producers for your non-alcoholic drinks. We've got some brilliant brewers and juicers in Horsham District making drinks that everyone can enjoy.

First up, coffee roasters. Horsham Coffee Roaster roasts its range of ethically traded coffees in Plummers Plain, just outside Horsham. The team of five sell coffee by the bag and offer a range of monthly subscriptions on their website. Look out for their blends on sale in Crates Local Horsham. A second coffee roastery in Horsham District is Craft House Coffee, which roasts small batches of ethically sourced coffee just outside Henfield and also stocks a range of coffees, subscriptions and kits online.

More of a tea fan than a coffee person? Check out Higher Living, an organic tea company which has been blending herbs for 45 years. Based in the Horsham District village of Thakeham, the company stocks herbal infusions, decaffeinated varieties and classic English brews.

Get your juice fix at Wobblegate, which grows, presses and bottles a range of crushed fruit juices in Bolney. All with an apple base, the juices are sold online and in local farm shops by the family-run business's friendly team.

Finally, if hot chocolate is more your thing, it has to be Cocoa Loco. An expert in all things chocolate, the Cocoa Loco team is based on Hill House Farm in West Grinstead and stocks so much more than the hot chocolate we're talking about here. The Drinking Chocolate Flakes are a must for any hot chocolate fan: simply melt into milk and enjoy. There are a number of flavours to choose from and all can be ordered online. Along with some other chocolatey treats, perhaps...