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We toast to Antoine Amédée Peychaud, standing in front of the storefront that in 1830 housed his apothecary shop. It was then that he created his namesake bitters, key ingredient to the sazerac and countless other legendary New Orleans cocktails. Mssr. Peychaud, this B...

Back in February (just after we returned from Cuba) we had a few days to kill in Miami. We had heard rumors of a "community" of homes built one mile off the coast of Miami in order to evade prohibition laws. Naturally, we investigated and found these rumors to be (more...

We toast to General James Oglethorpe, the British soldier and humanitarian who in 1733 founded the colony of Georgia.. Learn a bit about historic Savannah - Oglethorpe's first settlement and now one of the few cities in America that allows drinking on the street (which...

December 16, 2016

The Pink House is the oldest standing building in already-old-as-f*ck Charleston, SC. It was built between 1692 and 1712 of pinkish-hued Bermuda stone and located in the more permissive section of the French Quarter known for a time as "Mulatto Alley." It served as a t...

December 16, 2016

The rural and quiet city of Hillsboro, in southern Ohio, was ground zero for the American temperance movement that would usher in Prohibition in the United States. It was the birthplace and life-long residence of early temperance leader Eliza Jane Thompson (1816-1905),...

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