In the years leading up to Prohibition, saloons were found on every street corner, and liquor stores were as common as drug stores. It was a golden age of cocktails; the best bartenders earned as much as the Vice President of the United States. As Prohibition came into effect, these craftsmen chose to exercise their art in exile rather than abandon it. They created an American cocktail culture in cities around the globe. Join Audrey Fort, Portfolio Director of EWG brands, Sean Fredrick, bartender at Citizen Public House, and Philip Duff, owner of Door 74, Netherlands' first Prohibition-style speakeasy, to sample pre- and post- Prohibition cocktails and learn about the lasting effect of Prohibition on spirits and mixology culture from Paris to New York.
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