18th Amendment

(noun) The 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which banned the sale, production, and transport of alcohol in the US.… Read more

21st Amendment

(noun) The 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, ratified on December 5th, 1933, overturning the 18th Amendment and ending the… Read more


(cocktail, noun) A type of cocktail made by combining a distilled spirit and ginger beer, among other ingredients. The most famous buck… Read more


(noun) The practice of mixing alcoholic beverages. Mixology is synonymous with “bartending” in most cases, though it is often used to… Read more


(noun) The period from 1919-1933 during which the production, sale, and transportation of alcohol was made illegal in the United States. Prohibition… Read more

Repeal Day

(noun) An annual holiday celebrated on December 5th that commemorates the ratification of the 21st Amendement in 1933, ending the era… Read more


(noun, phrase, verb) (noun) An alcoholic beverage. (verb) To drink alcohol. Examples: Let’s grab a tipple after work. I’ve been known to tipple… Read more

triple sec

(noun) A clear, orange-flavored liqueur made with dried bitter and sweet orange peels. Read more