Happy Repeal Day!

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Daily Mirror, Dec. 5, 1933

Daily Mirror, Dec. 5, 1933

On December 5th, 1933 a three-quarters majority voted to ratified the 21st amendment, thus repealing the American Prohibition of alcohol. After over a decade of darkness, the citizens of this great nation were finally able to indulge in relaxing or perhaps celebratory libation when they chose. This was a great day in American history, as people rejoiced and drank in a social manner all over the land.

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80 years later, things are quite different in American alcohol consumption. Gone are the days of Pabst Blue Ribbon being featured at black tie affairs. No longer do

 

people look at drinking as a distinguished undertaking to be appreciated. While brands like Johnnie Walker, Seagram’s, and Budweiser’s still remain popular among drinkers.Brands like Schlitz and Gilbey’s however are not as recognizable to today’s drinker.

In honor of this most special 80th Repeal Day, FoodSided brings to you some of the most innovative, and perhaps disturbing, food-flavored alcohols on the market today!

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