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Temperance Society

Launching a beer isn’t the most obvious thing to do after embracing sobriety. Especially when you work as a psychologist in drug-and-alcohol rehabilitation. But giving up the drink was the catalyst for Clinton Schultz to start his range of Sobah brews with wife Lozen Schultz. A punchy use of native ingredients such as finger lime, pepperberry and lemon aspen is one reason their pilsners, IPAs and cervezas have ended up in Eskies and fridges, but drinkers are also attracted to the Gold Coast brand for another reason: Sobah is entirely booze-free.

“Clinton quit drinking in 2014, which he found relatively easy, but the social side of things was a

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