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Open since 1919, this family-run establishment has been THE stomping ground for stars of bygone years, a place where the bartender can easily have been in the biz for 50 + years, a staple for any Los Angeles based period movie and the last bastion of grace on Hollywood Boulevard.
Who created the Blue Hawaii?
This Los Angeles bar is responsible for not only making the infamous Moscow Mule but also this delicious whiskey classic, which just so happens to be the same name as the pub?
What is known as the bartender’s handshake in San Francisco?
Where was the Mai Tai created?
Opened in Venice Beach in 1915. This bar survived the Prohibition, the Great Depression, and two World Wars. For the first time EVER during COVID-19, this bar has closed their doors.
Named after a mythical fighting cock whose tail feather was purportedly used to stir the first “cock-tail,” this establishment specializes in antique and limited release spirits and is Los Angeles’ only true speakeasy left.
The oldest bar in Los Angeles, famed for maintaining its original liquor license purchased by Teddy Roosevelt in 1905, is named?
What is the name of the whiskey distillery on Oahu?
James Bond likes his martinis shaken…not stirred. But what was his preferred martini?
What year did Walt Disney World finally start serving alcohol in all restaurants?
In what year did the United States Congress officially recognize bourbon as a “distinctive product of the United States”?
What city is attributed with making the Mint Julep popular?
Which Virginia distillery was among the biggest and most profitable in the country around 1810?
In 1935, what Virginia county became known as the “Moonshine Capital of the World” as a result of the Great Moonshine Conspiracy Trial?
What famous Kentucky bourbon creator got his start distilling in Atlanta, GA?
True or False: It was legal to buy a drink in Washington, DC, the day prohibition was federally repealed on December 5, 1933.
Which state was the first in the South to ban the sale of alcohol for consumption in 1907?
Considered Miami’s oldest bar, this watering hole survived several land booms, Al Capone, and the Great Depression. During its early years, this establishment was once a bakery that presumably served as a front for a speakeasy during Prohibition. Which bar is it?
DC’s oldest bar located across the street from the White House and decorated with the hunting trophies of President Teddy Roosevelt…
What is the official cocktail of New Orleans?
Which Founding Father operated one of the largest distilleries in the country during his lifetime?
This dance hall is the oldest continually operating dance hall in the state of Texas and has been operating since 1878.
This ‘National Beer of Texas’ is a perfect pairing to any AE neat pour.
What cocktail bar is credited as having the longest wooden bar in the state of Texas?
Pick the 3 Austin bars that made the finals at the 2019 Spirited Awards at Tales of the Cocktail?
Which Amendment declared the production, transport and sale of intoxicating liquors illegal, though it did not outlaw the actual consumption of alcohol?
Which state consumes the least amount of straight whiskey?
Which of these southern cities does NOT allow open-container consumption?
Which brand of bitters is most famously used in the Sazerac cocktail?
The history of the Manhattan Cocktail is widely disputed but the first printed recipe (we can agree was in 1891) had what ingredient that is no longer considered a staple?
Serving as Congress’s primary bootlegger, taking shipments from NYC to Washington, George Cassidy received this nickname for his trademark style.
The Whiskey Rebellion was a 1794 uprising of farmers and distillers in protest of a whiskey tax enacted by the federal government took place where?
When critics of General Ulysses S. Grant during the Civil War complained to President Abraham Lincoln about Grant’s drinking, Lincoln replied, “I wish some of you would tell me the brand of whiskey that Grant drinks. I would like to send a barrel of it to my other generals.” What was Grant’s favorite whiskey brand?
American whiskey distillers helped the most in which United States war effort?
Which distiller led the effort in Congress to bring about the Bottled In Bond act to promote whiskey purity?
What country is attributed with creating the modern bourbon market after sales hit their low point in the 1970s?
In Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn in 1885 how many of the 666 retail establishments were liquor establishments (mostly saloons)?
One of the oldest operating drinking establishments still open in NYC was built in 1770 for George Washington’s Aid and later became a place to buy corn whiskey in the 1800s, it’s named what?
Where did whiskey production in the United States really take hold when it first started?
Of our over 50 Whiskey Guardians, how many whiskey-loving ladies are “singing our praises” in their local market?
Where was the Weights and Measurements Act originally made a law?
Opened in 1893, this historic Denver establishment boasts being the home of Colorado Liquor License #1.
In Utah, zion curtains were used in restaurants to restrict drink mixing from public sight, often keeping bartenders hidden behind frosted glass partitions. When were they legally phased out?
Opened in 2004, who is Colorado’s oldest distillery?
Who was the first distillery to operate legally in Utah since the end of Prohibition?
In Colorado, how many more breweries are there than distilleries?
About how many distilleries are currently operating in Colorado?
A popular local dish, Rocky Mountain oysters are what kind of meat?
When did cannabis become legally available for sale in Colorado?
Before gaining statehood in 1792, what territory did Kentucky belong to?
Becoming the official Derby drink in 1938, on average, how many Mint Juleps are sold over a two day period at Churchill Downs during Oaks and Derby?
What is the only Constitutional Amendment to be repealed?
When did the KDA (Kentucky Distillers Association) create the Bourbon Trail Tour?
In 1962 the U.S Treasury raised the legal maximum barrel entry proof to 125. What was it before?
What year was the first running of the Kentucky Derby?
What large distillery in Indiana has provided contract distillation and aging services for many small and large brands across the country?
An Old Fashioned cocktail ordered in Wisconsin is typically made with what spirit?
What was Jack Daniel’s real name?
After prohibition, Chicago went how many years without a single distillery?