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Plan ahead: BOStoday is celebrating Drink Up Month in July

Regardless of which sip you prefer to pour, get ready for a full month of celebrating local beverages during this year’s Drink Up festivities.

Three side by side images: pineapple frozen margarita, hot coffee cup, and Sam Adams beer

Frozen margaritas in pineapples, new coffee shops, and Boston’s best breweries — we want to share about it all.

Photos by BOStoday team

Calling beverage lovers of all kinds. Last summer, we served you Drink Up Week and spotlighted some of Boston’s best beverages, from a guide to espresso martinis to a coffee crawl itinerary and a Q+A with local mixologist.

This year, the celebration will be even bigger, with Drink Up Month taking over July. It’s definitely a glass half-full kind of situation.

What is Drink Up Month?

We want to shine a spotlight on the people and places that make Boston’s beverage scene special. Think: craft breweries, coffee shops, tea rooms, and cider houses.

The best part? You get to help shape our coverage. Take this quick survey to have your say in the BOStoday drink content we serve up this summer.

There are no wrong answers here. If you want to dive deeper into Boston’s Dunkin’ obsession, discover coffee shop specials, or get a guide to rooftop bars, now’s the time to let us know.

How to participate

For our local pubs, cafes, bubble tea shops, and everything in between — we want you to get involved. Email us to chat about collaborating during Drink Up Month.

This could mean creating a month-long drink special, hosting an event with our team, or sharing a locally inspired recipe with our readers. Here’s a review of last year’s specials for inspiration.

We’ll have more information on Drink Up Month participants, events, and activities to come — but for now, we hope this fills your cup, Boston.

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