“Repeal Day” 1930s Prohibition Party, Parade & Casino Night After Party | SoMa
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21st Amendment Brewery & Restaurant | 563 2nd St., San Francisco, CA
The 21st Amendment Brewery in SoMa will be celebrating the 81st anniversary of the repeal of prohibition as they do every year with a parade, a secret speakeasy event and the tapping of a special keg.
2014 21st Amendment’s “Repeal Day” Party
Friday, December 5, 2014 | 4:30 pm
21st Amendment Brewery, 563 2nd St., SF
FREE, but a secret password is required
- 4:30 pm: March Against Prohibition
Meet at 21st Amendment and join the parade which will include picket signs, and revelers in prohibition-era 1930s clothing.
At the parade’s conclusion at the 21st Amendment Brewery, O’Sullivan and Freccia will say a few words, ring the bell to signify the end of prohibition and tap their beer prepared specially for the occasion.
- 6 pm: Password-Only Speakeasy
The upstairs Brewer’s Loft will be converted to a password-only Speakeasy complete with casino games, live music and a unique cask beer release to commemorate the occasion. Throughout the evening, costume-clad guests and staff will enjoy food and drinks, while a seven piece Dixieland band provides live music, along with other era-themed entertainment.