The Most Iconic Drink in Every State That You Need To Try

While many states have designated milk as their official drink, many creative beverages are made with local ingredients and ingenious thinking. 

Mix up the beverages in your house by ordering online your favorite local soda, regional beer, or a new cocktail for your next virtual happy hour. Until you can visit every state in America, you can enjoy these iconic drinks from every state. 

Alabama’s Slammer

Made from the flavored liquor Southern Comfort, amaretto, sloe gin, and orange juice, this drink is a favorite throughout the South. 

Alaska’s Double Shovel Cider

Produced by the first micro-cidery in Alaska, this gluten-free hard cider is made with local ingredients such as apples, berries, and syrup. Double Shovel dry ciders are available in 400 locations throughout the state. 

Arizona’s Lemonade

With more than 300 sunny days a year in the state, it's not hard to see why residents love cooling off with a cold glass of lemonade on a hot, dry day. 

Arkansas’ Razorback

This Southern drink made of vodka, amaretto, coffee liqueur, and spiced rum is named after the University of Arkansas' football team. 

California’s Red Wine

A California Red is made with a selection of grapes such as cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cab franc, malbec, or petite sirah and is the largest California wine produced. 

Colorado’s Coors Light

The second best-selling beer in America is known for its golden color and silver cans. Made with Rocky Mountain spring water and American barley, it's a favorite across the country. 

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