Save. We ended up just doing beer and wine (and cider for gluten free people). Apparently some people snuck in some of their own liquor but no one complained to us about the limited drink selection so I think it was worth the savings.
Splurge. We had a full open bar. It was a non-negotiable for us. Looking back, it was worth every penny spent. We've been married over a year and people still tell us that ours was one of the best weddings they've ever been to.
Save! We are still having booze, but only beer and wine. We are only ordering so much and once it's gone, then that's it. I also cut the beer and wine down heavily to only be 2 kinds of beer and our favorite kind of wine. If none of those work for you, you can have a non-alcoholic beverage such as tea, coffee, or water lol
Technically save because we are bringing our own since the venue allows it. However it was FH's parents that decided what we will have. They picked a whiskey, cognac, tequila, vodka, red and white wine that will be put on each table as well as a champagne toast.
Save on this one. We are giving the first $500 open bar but after that everyone is on there own. However my dad keeps asking if they will tell us when it is getting close so my dad may be sneaky and foot the rest of the bill. I hope not though, my friends can be boozers.