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The Best Boozy Photos on Instagram This Week

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We love Instagram (follow us pls!), but we can’t be everywhere at once.  Each week, we’re going to share the best photos of drinks, bars, bottles—basically everything boozy—that Instagram has to offer.

This week on Instagram, pride is everywhere. Last weekend’s LGBT Pride celebration inspired some colorful sippers, this weekend’s drinks are getting the Fourth of July treatment and the garnish game is going strong this summer for any occasion.


You know the drill: If you want a chance to be featured in our Instagram roundup next week, tag your boozy pics with #liquorgram!

1. @stirandstrain

2. @thesharedsip

Summer of citrus! A photo posted by The Shared Sip (@thesharedsip) on

3. @ashr0se

4. @tastingtable

Who’s ready to celebrate? Flag #cocktail coming your way tomorrow! #murrica A photo posted by Tasting Table (@tastingtable) on

5. @carolineoncrack

6. @1821bitters

Congratulations to everyone whose marriage is finally legal! A photo posted by 1821 Bitters (@1821bitters) on

7. @rachelmaefurman

8. @benthebarender

9. @square_sod

I’m absolutely positive if we discussed about whiskey cocktails in sour style this one would be a winner. The New York #Sour has a ton of advantages comparing to plain Whiskey Sour – the appearance, the taste, the mood. I tend to point it as an sophisticated sour.

New York Sour

45 ml bourbon or rye

22 ml lemon juice

22 ml simple syrup

20 ml red wine

Shake all of the ingredients except wine and pour over ice cubes into an old-fashioned glass. Gently pour the wine on top of the cocktail. Garnish with a lemon twist or a wheel or wedge.

Curiously but being an old and grumpy cocktail blogger from Ukraine, I actually DO love the New York Sour and in the same time I’m indifferent to plain Whiskey Sour even with an egg white 🙂 It seems, I’m not old enough 8) . Personally I prefer top the cocktail with chianti – Italian regional dry wine. It brings into the cocktail absolutely gorgeous cherry notes that match whiskey so much

A photo posted by Pavlo (@square_sod) on

10. @simon_dean 


A photo posted by Simon Dean (@simon_dean) on

11. #liquorgram bonus: @twoforthebar

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