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The Boston Public Library recently revealed the Top 10 most borrowed books of 2015 and the list is quite diverse. So naturally, we couldn’t help but come up with some delicious cocktail / drink pairings for each read! Celebrate 2015 in style with any of the pairings below and enjoy the gallery of our favorite bar setups from events this year at the Boston Public Library.

The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant
Sam Adams Beer The obvious pairing for any true Boston Girl. Try a seasonal Cold Snap curled up by the closest fireplace.

Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Sidecar Cheeky, yet flavorful, this cocktail stars cognac and an orange liqueur.

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
Bloody Mary A twist on the traditional hangover cure and the perfect way to help pair together all the clues, twists & turns in this story.

Yes Please! by Amy Poehler
Margarita Whether you prefer yours frozen or on the rocks, the answer is always the same.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Seasonal Sangria Every great romance novel needs a little bit of wine. Elevate yours with a winter sangria starring citrus and pomegranate.

Goldfinch
Finch “75”  Featuring French 75 Prosecco, gin, & lemon juice.

The Invention Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
Redbull and Vodka It might not give you wings, but we couldn’t resist the urge for this bar favorite.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
Whiskey Sour or non-alcoholic Shirley Temple. Perfect for the grownup-kid in all of us.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Whiskey Rye While the main character may be underage, this pairing is for those who like to against the grain.

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Dark and Stormy Dark Rum and Ginger beer collide to create a beautiful classic.

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