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If you're in Massachusetts, Nevada, Texas or West Virginia, we're sorry, but your teetotaling state legislature won't let people give you the gift of booze this season. For everyone else, DrinkUpNY can help stuff an old-fashioned fan's stockings with travel packs of bitters ($19.99), pint-sized pocket flasks ($14.99) or classic mixologist texts such as Harry McElhone's 1927-vintage Barflies And Cocktails ($30.99) and David A. Embury's The Fine Art Of Mixing Drinks. Their stock of wines and spirits is extensive, but the shop simplifies shopping for amateur barkeeps by offering combos of ingredients for drinks as simple as the French 75 ($69.98) and black cat to concoctions as complex as an attention ($162.95) or a Oaxacan ($122.96). It's a simple way to get in the holiday spirit, but you may want to sit your local legislator down for a drink if he or she is letting archaic blue laws get in the way of your gift giving.

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