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JuliΓ‘n Castro Dec 5
It’s , the day the United States ended the prohibition of alcohol. 86 years later, it’s time we end the federal prohibition of Cannabis once and for all. Legalize it. Regulate it. Expunge the records of the victims of the war on drugs.
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Budweiser Dec 5
Need an excuse to crack a cold one? We've got you. On this day in 1933 the 21st Amendment was ratified, ending the prohibition of alcohol in America. December 5th, or , is the perfect time to celebrate and appreciate our right to drink in America. πŸ»πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
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Just trying to find the perfect winter coat Dec 5
In memory of this is a picture of the Child's menu from NYC in 1933 that my great-uncle kept as a memento it read "in memory of our first bottle of wine in public, yum yum, twas it good".
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Jack Carr Dec 5
On December 5th, 1933 the 21st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America was fully ratified, repealing the 18th amendment and ending the era of Prohibition. If you enjoy the occasional beverage, raise a glass this evening in celebration of freedom!
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Mario Diana Dec 5
Take a look at the faces below. They are the faces of those against anyone having a good time. We see these same faces today. Happy !
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Eva Putzova For Congress 🏜️ Dec 5
In honor of , we should legalize marijuana and expunge criminal records. It's wayyyyyyy overdue.
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Blanton's Bourbon Dec 5
The 18th Amendment was repealed over 85 years ago. What a great excuse to celebrate! Cheers to a BIG pour! How are you celebrating?
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Anheuser-Busch Dec 5
Happy ! Today in 1933, we celebrated the formal end of Prohibition. Our Clydesdales traveled to the nation’s capital earlier in the year & delivered the first-ever case of to the White House. We’ve been proudly delivering America’s favorite beer since.
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Michter's Distillery Dec 5
Cheers to the repeal of Prohibition!
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Stephen Miller Dec 5
People should be required by law to drink today.
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Red Phone Booth Nov 15
Spread the word. Opening 12/5 on
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DAVΞ Dec 5
Glad we never had to protest for 🍺
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MillerCoors Dec 5
On this day in 1933, we rolled out the barrels of Miller High Life to celebrate . Best get your hands on a cold one today.
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Aviation American Gin Dec 5
β€œWe will not go quietly into the night. We will not vanish without a fight. We’re going to drink on. We’re going to imbibe. Today we celebrate our REPEAL DAY" - President Whitmore" -
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Central States Dec 5
Happy Kansas City! This date in 1933 saw the end of Prohibition, we were here for it operating as a family owned distributor. Some things change, some things never do. Cheers KC, thanks for letting us continue to do what we love: deliver the best beer we know to you!
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Ironclad Brewery Dec 5
Happy In 1920, the US passed the 18th Amendment, "The Volstead Act", prohibiting the sale and consumption of "intoxicating liquors, wine and beer". Prohibition threw the US into a dark period. Thankfully, the government REPEALED PROHIBITION with the 21st amendment.
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Buffalo Trace Dec 5
Happy to all the distilleries that shut down during Prohibition. Not us. We didn't feel like it. (πŸ“·: wiseriverproductions)
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Milam & Greene Whiskey Dec 5
Fun fact: Today is . Did you know a doctor could still prescribe whiskey as a 'cure-all' even when liquor was outlawed by the government?
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Mad River Distillers Dec 5
Happy one and all! December 5, 1933 marked the end of Prohibition...and we can all drink to that! πŸ₯ƒπŸ₯ƒπŸ₯ƒ
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Happy , ya filthy lushes! Now let's get this sucker cranked off again for cannabis.
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