The Prohibition began in the U.S. in January of 1920 when the 18th Amendment went into effect.
Tito's Vodka, Ginger Beer, Lime Juice, Lime
Mary Pickford was known as Americas Sweetheart in the 1920’s for being the first motion picture actress of the silent screen and one of the first film stars.
Bacardi, Pineapple juice, Grenadine, Cherry garnish
The Chopper (AKA Bee's Knees)
The submachine gun, known as the "Tommy Gun," was patented in 1920 by John Thompson.
Alibi Gin, Honey, Lemon Juice
A boat trip centered on the consumption or sale of alcohol during the Prohibition.
Bulleit Bourbon, Simple Syrup, Bitters, Orange peel & a cherry
Famous mobsters, such as Al Capone, capitalized and profited from the illegal alcohol market.
Crown Royal, Sweet Vermouth, Bitters, Cherry garnish
When Prohibition was put into play, and it became illegal to sell or manufacture alcoholic drinks.
Casamigos Tequila, Grand Marnier, Lime Juice or Sour Mix, Simple Syrup, Salt & Lime
Tequila, as well as other liquors, were smuggled into the U.S. border during the Prohibition.
Jose Cuervo, Pineapple Juice, Topped with Ginger Beer & Lime
Grey Goose Grog
The term "grog" was used to refer to any variety of liquor. The word originally referred to rum diluted with water.
Grey Goose, Cointreau, Cranberry Juice, Lime Juice & a Lime
The name used for someone who supported the laws that made the production and sale of alcohol illegal in the U.S.
Figenza Vodka, St. Germaine, Pama Liquor, White Cranberry
Bootlegging was the illegal transport and distribution of alcohol during the Prohibition era.
Jim Beam, Sour Mix, Simple Syrup, Orange & a Cherry
This ended National Prohibition in 1933.
Jack Daniel's, Sour Mix, Triple Sec, Topped with Sprite & a Lemon
Rum-Running was another name used to describe illegal transport of alcohol during the Prohibition.
Pyrat Rum, Bacardi White Rum, Lime Juice, Grenadine, Orange Juice, Pineapple Juice & a Cherry