Prohibition Did What?: A Beer-Goggled Look at the Volstead Act of 1920 1


I get a lot of spam mail from a lot of people stating that they posted content that they think would be relevant to my readers, offering to “let” me re-post the information on my website. For the most part, non of the links provided are of any interest to me, let alone my trusting readers.

Today, however, I did get sent something of entertainment and interest. A random agency (who did not reveal their identity in the email) recently rolled out an entertaining infographic, illustrating some very important facts that lead up to the Volstead Act of 1920. Graphic is below (click on it for a larger version).

Thank goodness Prohibition is over. That is definitely something to drink to…

Prohibition Did What?
Via: Rehab International

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Ashley is a self-proclaimed craft beer evangelist & social media maven on a mission to advance the craft beer industry through education, inspiration and advocacy. She is currently the “Director of Awesomeness” at Bison Brewing in Berkeley, CA — where her responsibilities include everything from marketing, sales, PR, social media & events. Ashley is also a freelance consultant and professional speaker on the subjects of social media, beer mixology, food & beverage pairings. She is the founder of DrinkWithTheWench.com & BeerMixology.com as well as a regular contributor to CraftBeer.com.


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