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Repeal Day 2011

Party like it’s 1933! Taste Prohibition-era drinks with turn-back-the-clock prices as low as 5¢ a beer. | Monday, Dec. 5
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December 5, 2011 is the 78th Anniversary of when Prohibition was officially overturned with the 21st Amendment in 1933. So to celebrate, it’s time to drink up! And there’s no better excuse than on “Repeal Day.”

After all, when was the last time you were able to get hammered in a bar for under a buck?

Repeal Day 2011 Events & Drink Specials
Here’s our picks for the top Repeal Day 2011 events in San Francisco.
Got any other events or drink specials to add? Leave us a comment below!

5¢ Beer Day: 1930s “Repeal Day” Prohibition Party
Dress up in period garb and join a march demanding the repeal of prohibition. Afterwards use the secret code word to get you upstairs to a speakeasy party and tap a special cask of IPA with beers for just a nickel
– 21st Amendment, 563 2nd Street, SF (SoMa) | Monday, 12/5/11 | March at 4p, Party at 5p

25¢ Cocktails: “Two-Bit Happy Hour”
AQ Bar and Restaurant in SoMa celebrates its brand new full bar liquor license with a Repeal Day Happy Hour featuring two hours of prohibition-era cocktails for just a quarter.
– AQ, 1085 Mission Street (btwn 6th and 7th), SF (SoMa)| Monday, 12/5/11 | 4pm to 6pm

Repeal Day Party: “Speakeasy Nights”
One of the oldest bars in San Francisco, Elixir, promises drink specials and giveaways at this Cointreau-sponsored prohibition party
– Elixir, 3200 16th Street (@ Guerrero), SF (Mission District)| Monday, 12/5/11 | 8pm to 10pm