Celebrate Your Freedoms on Repeal Day, December 5th, By Having a Jazz Baby Cocktail on Us!

Jan. 16, 1920 was a somber day in Norfolk as Reverend Billy Sunday and his Anti-Saloon League, along with a crowd of thousands, laid to rest John Barleycorn to signal the victory of Prohibition.

“The saloon is the sum of all villainies. It is worse than war or pestilence. It is the crime of crimes. It is the parent of crimes and the mother of sins. It is the appalling source of misery and crime in the land. And to license such an incarnate fiend of hell is the dirtiest, low-down, damnable business on top of this old earth.”
-Rev. Billy Sunday

It wasn’t until 13 years later on December, 5, 1933, that the 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition and Americans were allowed to celebrate their freedoms with a spirited beverage or potent potable!

So, this Monday, December 5th, in celebration of Repeal Day, ladies and gentlemen, Southside Stomp is proud to present…

Celebrating Repeal Day in Style


2 ounces gin
1 ounce crème de violette
1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
Shake the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into a cocktail glass.
While we’re feeling festive (or a little drunk), you say you missed out on super early bird pricing for The Be My Jazz Baby Workshops? No problem!
Register at www.bemyjazzbaby.com on Monday, December 5th and in honor of Repeal Day, you’ll get the super early bird and save yourself enough cash to celebrate your 21st Amendment Rights! But on Dec. 6th, regular pricing resumes, so don’t miss out.


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