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  • The new cocktail menu at High Wire is the bee's knees

    Raising the Bar
      Alcohol laws are wonky. Before Prohibition outlawed the manufacture and transportation of spirits, Americans had a robust appetite for the drink. In 1830, the average person drank buckets of the stuff (more than five gallons per person per year, compared to three gallons today), and took offense when the government imposed things like the whiskey tax, which led to one of the first insurgencies in America — the Whiskey Rebellion.
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