We've entered quite the opposite of the prohibition era, especially considering the continued rise in craft beer
, and here locally, new news of a second whiskey outfit, Axe and the Oak Distillery
, to join our beloved Distillery 291
We'll have more for you soon on both Axe and the Oak and another outfit we've identified that looks to be joining the craft spirits scene — yeah, a third, awesome! — but meanwhile, let's take a look at this past Saturday night's Prohibition Party
at Bristol Brewing
Many people came, in costume, and consumed many 33-cent pints of Yellow Kite pilsner inside of Bristol's cool barrel room. It was noisy and fun as hell and that's about all to say about that ... except that you can view a slideshow here
of my photos from the evening to check out all the cool attire.
The halls of the Ivywild School go back in time with Bristol's annual Prohibition Party.