I'm a big fan of hydration bladders. I use a Camelbak in a silnylon sleeve that I stitched to the the side of my Gust on the outside. In winter I hang it inside my pack against my back (to keep the fluid warm.)
In subfreezing conditions after drinking I raise the bite valve and open it and the fluid drains from the tube back into the bladder. The next time that I drink I suck the air out of the tube, drink and drain the hose again. Some report success with blowing the fluid out of the tube. I find gravity to be more thorough. If the valve does freeze, it's usually a small amount of fluid that can be thawed by holding the valve in your mouth for a minute.
In camp and at night I empty the bladder or put it in my sleeping bag or most commonly immerse it in a lake or stream at night or bury it under a few inches of snow all of which will keep the contents from freezing.