Rhode Island is home to quite a number of extremely talented mixologists, stirring up delicious and beautiful craft cocktails throughout the state.

However, not everyone wants to get their booze on when they are out on the town.
So, say hello to the grown-up, alcohol-free libations called Mocktails!

I had the pleasure of meeting some fabulous drink mixing magicians when I photographed the
“Mocktail Mixology” article for the September issue of Providence Monthly.

Make sure to pick up a copy (or click here!) which offers the recipes for each of the drinks below.

Go get your mix on!

Here are some of my favorite images from the shoot:

The Blackberry Honeybee Sparkler
by Willa Van Nostrand of Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails

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by Kendra Plumley of Julian’s

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by Jonathan Szplia of The Grange

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Cobblestone Street
by Ryan Kennedy of Cook and Brown Public House



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