Prohibition was a weird time in our nation’s history. Sitting here in 2016, nearly a century after Prohibition began, I don’t think a single state would ratify such an amendment.
When Prohibition ended in April 1933, Anheuser-Busch made it an event with Clydesdale-drawn beer wagons heading out the brewery gates, down Pestalozzi Street.
This Saturday, April 9, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the A-B Biergarten in St. Louis is hosting a Prohibition Repeal Party. Since the booze ban ended in 1933, cost for the event is $33.
Your admission price gets you a commemorative glass and Budweiser, Michelob and Faust beers. Plus live music by the Big St. Louis Band. You are encouraged to dress in 1930’s era garb. (Spats optional.) Food and additional beer will be available for purchase.
For complete information about the Prohibition Repeal Party, click HERE.