Tesco-owned convenience business One Stop has brought in 38 new lines across beers, wine, spirits, RTDs and low/no, as it looks to meet changing consumer needs.

As part of its third range reset this year, One Stop said the alcohol overhaul follows feedback from across its estate, which included calls for a wider selection of craft beers as well as low and no alcohol options.

“Introducing more low and no alcohol lines to promote responsible drinking and provide greater consumer choice, was a must,” said Henry Maulik, head of product at One Stop. “We’re excited to be able to offer our customers new lines from brands such as Brewdog Punk AF & Thatcher’s Zero along with extending the number of stores stocking Heineken 0% and Guinness 0%.”

The store has added several beers, ciders, wines and RTDs to its three for £6 deal, including Timothy Taylor’s Landlord beer, Inch’s cider, Funkin Pina Colada, and Most Wanted Sauvignon Blanc.

“We’re also excited to have broadened our ready to drink cans meaning our range now includes a Sauvignon Blanc – our first still wine can,” added Maulik.

The company also said it had used the reset to restructure its merchandising to include more chilled multipacks, including new lines such as Kopparberg Strawberry & Pineapple.