Exercise Your Rights!
We believe that all Americans are duty-bound to exercise our Constitutional Rights. If you don’t vote, you could lose that right, right? If you fail to exercise, you will be come old and flabby instead of just old. And if you fail to exercise your right to drink, you will become old, possibly flabby, and you will not have experienced the joy that comes from a sip of Krupnik.
Do not let this happen!
Eighty-one years ago today, Americans regained the right to purchase and consume alcohol. Repeal of prohibition came just nine months after the birth of our namesake, JVR. Coincidence? You decide.
You don’t need a prescription for Krupnik (anymore).
After passage of the Volstead Act in 1919, the 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified and in 1920 we began the (dark) Era in U.S. history known as Prohibition. Our right to buy and drink liquor was restored by the 21st Amendment, which was ratified on this day in 1933. States were granted the right to control alcohol, a practice that continues to this day. You still can’t run a still (legally) in your backyard. We can address that legislative flaw in due time, but until then, let’s celebrate and exercise the rights we have today.
This message was brought to you as public service by your friends at JVR Spirits.
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