Prohibition Exhibit

Entrance to the "Southern Food & Beverage Museum"

Entry door to the Museum of the American Cocktail exhibit within the Southern Food & Beverage Museum

Looking through the doorway into the exhibit

"Professor" Jerry Thomas

"Professor" Jerry Thomas

"Professor" Jerry Thomas

A small desktop copper still

The first printed bartenders guide by Jerry Thomas. Cocktail shown is the "Brandy Crusta".

Early "Tools of the Trade" used by bartenders in the 1800's

Early "Tools of the Trade" used by bartenders in the 1800's (expanded)

Early juice presses from the 1800's

An old bottle of Benedictine and Creme de Cacao

Technical Advancements in the 1800's

Post Prohibition, cocktails come to the home

Recreation of a "moonshiners" still

Prohibition Materials

Some early strainers

Don The Beachcomber and Trader Vic
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