Posted by Foobooz on December 5th, 2011
Today marks 78th anniversary of the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment prohibiting the sale, consumption, manufacture, import/export of intoxicating liquors in the United States.
As you might imagine several Philadelphia bars are using the occasion for some special events.
Memphis Taproom – From 3 to 4 p.m. all draft beers are just $2. The from 4 to 6 p.m., the Taproom’s regular happy hour, all drafts are still only $4.
Farmers’ Cabinet – After 5 p.m. favorite prohibition era gin and rye whiskey cocktails like the Fancy Gin Dailsy and 50/50 martini will be available at a discount. House-made beer will also be just $4 a glass.
Franklin Mortgage – Former Franklin bartender Nicholas Jarrett for a night of Dealer’s Choice. Revelers will check up to three boxes on the card shown below. Jarrett promises that all the concoctions will be “intoxicating, delicious, and legal (probably).”
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