Category: Trivia

Prohibition Trivia

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Prohibition trivia is about National Prohibition in the U.S. It existed from January of 1929 until December of 1933. That is, it lasted almost 14 years. At the beginning of the Noble Experiment, most people supported it. Indeed, many states already had their own state-wide prohibition laws in place. In addition, the number of such …

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Trivia About Alcohol

Trivia about alcohol are fun! Amaze your friends and relatives. These trivia about alcohol appear in 12 categories. And they are in the following order. I. Drinks Bourbon is the official spirit of the U.S., by act of Congress. 54 Adding a miniature onion to a martini turns it into a Gibson. 38 A tequini is …

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Alcohol on Postage Stamps: Beer, Wine & Spirits

I. Background. Alcohol on postage stamps is a frequent theme. Countries often use postage stamps to promote their products. Of course, a major export of many countries are alcoholic beverages. So it’s natural to see beer, wine and distilled spirits featured on stamps. Spirits drinks incluse rum, vodka, tequila, whiskey, Bourbon, Scotch, etc. For nearly …

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Prohibition Trivia: Fun Trivia about National Prohibition in the U.S.

Background Before looking at Prohibition trivia, here’s some background. Millions of Americans supported federal Prohibition. By the time it began in 1920, over half the population lived in states or counties that were already“dry.” Prohibitionists thought that most of the problems in the country were caused by drinking alcohol. This included poverty, crime, child neglect, …

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