Explore Vancouver, Cocktails, and more!

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Tales of the Cocktail is going on the road to Vancouver BC. Drink of the Week will be heading up the coast to experience Tales North and sign a few copies of our book DIY Cocktails .

1920s prohibition posters--women took point in the anti-alcohol campaigns, supposedly due to their "nobler" natures, their connections to churches, and also because women and children were the sufferers when men blew their paychecks at saloons.

prohibition posters--women took point in the anti-alcohol campaigns, supposedly due to their "nobler" natures, their connections to churches, and also because women and children were the sufferers when men blew their paychecks at saloons.

Pearl Harbor Attack #WW2 #Worldwar

Pearl Harbor Attack--my home port during the Vietnam War. Many relics and reminders of the Pearl Harbor attack were still there in Nearby Hickam Airfield still had holes in the walls of offices and barracks as a reminder to never let our guard down.

Tropical Mexican Punch ~ A fruity adult beverage that transports you to a Mexican beach. ~ The Complete Savorist

Tropical Mexican Punch ~ A fruity adult beverage that transports you to a Mexican beach. Try an e-liquid to get the full Mexican flavor experience.

USA, New Orleans - French Quarter Festival

French Quarter Fest in New Orleans. There is no bad time to visit New Orleans, but this festival is particularly fun. Twenty-two stages: amazing music and food!

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Classic WWII poster produced by British government during intended to raise the morale of the British public in the event of invasion.

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Dont be naive.

Prohibition leads to crime. Believing they aren't connected would be naive.

Heidelberg Distributing Company

Heidelberg Distributing Company

Prohibition-supporter William D. Upshaw of Georgia had an easy enough time taking a photo rebuttal –he simply showed himself keeping the capital dry with the use of an umbrella. Upshaw was such a well-known supporter of temperance that he earned the nickname “the driest of the drys.” In 1932, he even ran as the presidential candidate for the Prohibition Party.

18 Vintage Photos From Prohibition

1926 Prohibition Wars-Representative William D Upshaw of GA, a leader in the drys, standing on the railing with a crutch holding umbrella over dome of Capitol.

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