Mocktail trend creating opportunity for R.I. firms

A TALL DRINK: Anna Scott, owner of Anna’s Kitchen Shrub, produces a beverage known as shrub that is made of apple cider vinegar at a facility in Lincoln. The drink has become popular in mocktails and low-alcohol ­cocktails. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A TALL DRINK: Anna Scott, owner of Anna’s Kitchen Shrub, produces a beverage known as shrub that is made of apple cider vinegar at a facility in Lincoln. The drink has become popular in mocktails and low-alcohol ­cocktails. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Drinking was often part of Anna Scott’s former social life in the corporate banking and finance world. Work conferences came with the expectation of dining out, cocktails included. A self-proclaimed lightweight, Scott developed a strategy to blend in without falling over: nursing a single glass of wine over the course of an evening event. In…

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