Celebrate Your Right to Drink on Repeal Day
Today is the 78th anniversary of the end of Prohibition, that dark era from January 1919 to December 5, 1933 when teetotalers banned the sale of booze via the Eighteenth Amendment. The law was created in an effort to end drunkenness, mental illness, crime, and poverty, lobbied for by folks who sympathized with the likes of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Naturally, there was more decadence during the era rather than less.
What: Brooklyn Lager
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