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Tales of the Bootlegger

One of the strange things you learn as you grow older is the fact that many of the great experiences you have in life don’t seem special at the time they happen. It often takes years to realize how an
If you haven’t noticed, there is a definite trend towards Prohibition era cocktails and even theming modern day bars and restaurants along the lines of a Speakeasy – the term used to describe underground or otherwise secret businesses where you
Probably the most frequently asked question we get is “Why do you call your distillery Seven Jars?”  The answer, at least at first blush, is simple:  our father left his legacy to us in seven mason jars, wrapped in aluminum
George Washington’s birthday is officially recognized by the U.S. Government as the third Monday in February; that is ironic because Washington’s true birthday (under the Gregorian Calendar) is February 22, and thus at no time will his birthday ever fall
Prohibition Prescriptions One of the “loopholes” in the Volstead Act (which is the legislation that enacted Prohibition) was the provision that certain alcoholic beverages could be prescribed for medical conditions.  Thus, your friendly doctor could write a prescription for a
The tale has been around for many years – we heard it, others heard it, and everyone figured it was probably based to some degree on a true story. Imagine our surprise when we found out that the legend was

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