Red, White & Booze: 7 Drinks That Will Make Your 4th Of July Sparkle

Fun fact: Fireworks are already really good at social distancing.

It’s just about time to celebrate America’s birthday, friends. And it probably goes without saying at this point, but it’s going to be a different one than years past; in addition to the health and safety precautions we’re all responsible for taking when it comes to gathering with family and friends, there’s never been a more important moment in our lifetime to reflect on what freedom and independence mean in America, and to acknowledge and address our collective shortcomings in that regard.

As we’ve noted in our most recent emails, from here on out, Saucey will be covering a rounding-up of all purchases and contributing that sum on a monthly basis and in equal amounts to the NAACP Legal Fund, Black Lives Matter, Campaign Zero, Know Your Rights, Showing Up For Racial Justice, and the Black Futures Lab.

However you decide to celebrate the 4th of July, we’re here to bring you whatever you want to drink. Here are a couple of ideas that pair especially well with hot dogs and Piccolo Petes:

These Colors Don’t Rum (They Vodka)

Tastes like freedom.

The Other Captain America

Honestly, way more fun than the superhero guy.

Fireworks Are The Bee’s Knees

Classic cocktail, meet classic combination of gunpowder and a fuse.

You’re A Grand Ol’ Marg

🎵 You’re a high-flyin’ marg, and forever in peace may you get the party started 🎵

Raise The Flag High(ball)

Hey, it’s waving! Better wave back.

BBQ Essentials, Sans the BBQ

For the minimalist. 

OK Fine, This Is A Good Monarchy

A petit exception to our whole ~deal~.

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